Our Research Goals are:
Optimizing growing conditions, in regards to the physical support of the Jagube using individual poles where it can climb up and/or using horizontal steel cables similar to wine production.
Develop it’s strength; for example, how can the composition of organic compounds in the Jagube be influenced by mineral fertilization?
Increase Cytocinin levels. Our Mothers Garden fertilization system strongly favours the root growth, in comparison with any other growing techniques. The amount of cytocinins in the plant thereby becomes far higher, and positively affect cambium levels to ensure the growth of much stronger branches.
Compare different strains of Jagube, in regards to the growth behaviour and component chemistry.
To create a continuous growing system, whereby the mother plant of Jagube can be simply trimmed for the required usage, rather than taking out the whole plant.
Mother’s Garden will also research the beneficial effects of using mycorrhiza. Mycorrhiza is the symbiotic association between a plant and a fungus. Approximately 80% of all plants on the earth conduct this type of symbiosis, whereby the plant trades carbohydrates (from photosynthesis) to the fungi in it’s root system which gather the phosphates that the plant needs.