Star Trek for Plants?

Plant in container

This Sounds Like Star Trek…

Plant in containerWhen they hear about frequencies being used to stimulate plant growth, most people don’t believe it. However, sometimes you need to think outside the box to solve long-standing problems. This type of thinking allows us to create unique solutions to old problems by looking at the problem in different ways.

The common problems in improving plant health include getting enough sunlight, the right nutrients for the type of plant we are considering, the right amount of water, and keeping insects from damaging the plants or fruit.

Typical solutions for these problems are adding soil amendments or fertilizer, spraying for insects, using irrigation or timed water, etc.

However, physics underlies all chemical interactions. The chemical reactions involved in photosynthesis are governed by the laws of physics. Through physical interactions of:

photosynthesis illustration· molecules of water

· carbon dioxide and pic of photosynthesis, and

· energy from the sun,

these elements are reorganized into food for the plant.

Further physical interactions with nutrients in the soil create the complex molecules plants need to grow strong and healthy and reproduce through flower and fruit production.



Applying Principles of Physics to Plant Health

Mr. Fulvio Balmelli already knew from his years of research that he could positively influence human physiology through the introduction of specific frequency patterns. His Kyminasi technology uses basic principles of physics to directly stimulate the process of photosynthesis in plants.

Mr Balmelli finally cracked the code of exactly which frequency patterns would cause the processes of photosynthesis to become enhanced and more efficient after 12 years of exhaustive research. This led to the development of the Miracle for Plants device.

The Miracle for Plants device can be used by any grower to improve the health, growth rate and flower and fruit yield of the plants. Check out our Natural Gardeners page for more information.

Happy Gardening!