posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 06:45 AM
a reply to: stormcell
A interesting sidenote (to me at least)
They (plants and trees) could still benefit from atmospheric discharge during a thunderstorm, then.
I´m experimenting with atmospheric discharge units and their relation to growing plants/the root system. So far I´m into my second run, the control
group without the discharge wires are all shorter and not as vital as the ones that have a 50kV grid above.
I work with clones except for wheat, it´s not necessary there, phenotypes are not that much different, if at all. A little hint, I´ve found out that
it works the best with plants that utilize serated edges on their leaves. That hint´s even more towards a hidden connetion between atmospheric charge
and plant growth. I´m planning to make my finds public on ATS, after this "long time study".
The osmotic pressure is just right (from looks) whatever I do, on the electrified field. On the control field, in same earth and also the
hydroculture, doing the exact same things and measurements, it´s visibly not that good. Leaves rather hang down than stretching towards the sun. My
gut tells me this hints towards better sap distribution overall, I´m not the only one who came to this conclusion.
Edit: The hydrocultures run from the same basin, same lightsource and and the ones without the grid still are about 1/3 shorter. I don´t know if
it´s just in vegetative state or bloom, too. Let´s find out over time!
edit on 23-4-2018 by verschickter because: (no reason given)