Magnetising water to boost our seedling growth with Plantsurge

by Mars
Plantsurge

Last year, towards the end of our gardening season we received an innovative product called Plantsurge which is essentially a group of magnets that connect to your hosepipe that magnetises your water. I did a lot of research and reading at the time, and magnetising water is a cheap and simple way to improve the state of water so that plants can absorb it better.

The terrific team at Plantsurge reached out to us again this year and sent us their new model which is partly made from recycled ocean plastic, and we’re super excited to try it out this season in our flower and vegetable garden.

If you’re interested and want to give Plantsurge a try, you can buy it directly from Plantsurge. Don’t forget to use this discount code at checkout to get a 10% off your purchase: MYHOMEFARM

So I mentioned how magnets restructure water molecules to help plants absorb water better, but the process also helps improve nutrient mobility in soil and enhances extraction and uptake of potassium, nitrogen, phosphorus and iron leading to healthier plants. Essentially, magnetically treated water increases the efficiency of fertilisers that are added to plants and vegetables, and gives your plants and vegetables an additional boost.

I have read countless studies on the subject, and it’s also been proven that magnetic water improves seed germination and we’re putting it to the test as we speak. Last week, we seeded all our vegetables, and we’re watering them exclusively with magnetised water from our Plantsurge. We’ll reveal the results in the coming weeks.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
11 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Ian
Ian
2 months ago

“I have read countless studies on the subject”, That’s good to know, but can you say where I can read them, cos this sounds implausible!

Ian
Ian
Reply to  Mars
2 months ago

Ah, yes, “mixed results” is what I’d expect from field trials! Generally that means that something else is affecting the outcome, not the thing that you’re testing. Have you seen anything from the lab that suggests a mechanism?

Malcolm Ratcliffe
Malcolm Ratcliffe
Reply to  Mars
2 months ago

To get valid data you must have an experiment that has a control. In this case plants watered with magnetic water and identical plants in identical conditions watered with ordinary water. You can’t use magnetic water and say “These plants grew better than last year”? Or whatever.

Ideally you would have large numbers of plants grown, half watered with magic water ant the rest with ordinary water.

Ian
Ian
Reply to  Mars
2 months ago

Oh, OK. That is an interesting article. It is *all* about saline water, so I don’t know if that’s relevant.

Malcolm Ratcliffe
Malcolm Ratcliffe
2 months ago

“Magnets restructure water molecules”. Water is H20 if I remember correctly there is an angle of 108 degrees between the two hydrogens and the Oxygen. To restructure anything needs energy. If magnets restructured water where does the energy come from? As the magnets last forever it seems that there is a magical continuous energy source. Energy can be transformed from one type to another, ending up as heat. For example using electricity in a power tool, it gets hot, the drill bit gets hot as work is done.

in your seed experiments have you a control ie. Seeds being watered with ordinary water, so you can compare them. Identical conditions for the two sets of seeds the only difference being the type of water?

you reports of heat pumps etc have been great. Don’t get sucked into this mystical mum o jumbo.

You may also like

11
0
Please leave a comment – we'd love to hear what you thinkx
()
x
%d bloggers like this: