Growth of The Branches

The difference in plant growth can be observed clearly here with sweet pepper.

 

The plant on the left side has been fertilized with our special system where the plant on the right side has been fertilized in the traditional way. Because of the higher amount of cytocinins in the plant, the production of it’s fruit begins much earlier and stronger. These results can be directly associated to the increase of cambium activity in the Jagube.

All fungi have one thing in common: they grow extremely fast. As more fungi are connected to the roots of the plants, and as the fungi infuse the ground more extensively, the more phosphate can be extracted from the soil. This is supplied to the plant, forcing the plant to send down carbohydrates to exchange for it.

 

This makes the plant healthier, stronger and more resistant to negative environmental influences, such as drought, or aphids. A healthy, strong plant “naturally” bears larger fruits, in a shorter period of time.

 

This is what our system does.

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Gastager Caçapava/Brazil ©
With this technology it is now possible to work just as the Brazilian natives did. They created the Terra Preta dos Indios (The Indian Black Soils) in the Brazilian Amazon, and now we will be able to replicate it. All efforts of scientific research to reproduce the Terra Preta dos Indios have not been able to replicate it.
 
This is something we will demonstrate and prove the reasons for failure were based on European fertilization systems. Using our system they can be recreated almost anywhere.
As a result, Instead of degrading the soils, by applying traditional European agriculture techniques (ie Nitrogen Fertilizers), we will be able to boost agricultural yields, and create a “New Terra Preta”. This, we hope, will guarantee a sustainable long-term future for not only medicine farms, but also for the small island chains so heavily dependant on imported foods.