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Effect of magnetism on seeds and Plants
Two separate experiments were conducted with statistical design to ascertain the effect of magnetic fields on :

Effect of magnetism on seeds
  • Percentage and rate of germination of seeds.

  • Growth and composition of the seedlings, utilizing individual south and north poles.


  • Two sets of seeds and plants, treated and untreated (with magnetism) were maintained to compare the effects. It was found that the seeds under magnetic influence sprouted faster and developed deeper roots compared to the uninfluenced one. It was also observed that the plants irrigated with magnetised water yielded a 20 to 40 per cent higher growth rate and vigour as compared to untreated one. Not only that these plants (treated) are also less susceptible to crop pests and diseases.

    The chemical composition of the treated and untreated plants also brought out an interesting pattern of energy characteristics and minerals. Several biomagnetic experiments carried out in his laboratory, showed higher values of sugars, oil, and protein in the plants treated with south pole. The beets grown with South Pole treatment showed higher sugar content and the peanuts with increased oil content.

    The above findings offer great promise in enhancing the agricultural yields of crops. Russian farmers have already shown the way by growing giant-sized brinjals and tomatoes of the size of musk-melons by magnetising the irrigation water.

    Similar set of experiments with magnetised water prepared from the north and south poles as well as the mixed water of both the poles, resulted in incredible difference with the potted ornamental plants of money-plant (pothos), marigold and dahlia. The leaves of pothos grew broader and denser, and the flowers of marigold and dahlia bigger and brighter under the influence of the South Pole magnetised water used for the irrigation of these plants. These experiments do not require high-end gadgets, and can simply be performed by common people.

    Effect of magnetism on PlantsIn another set of experiments, designed to ascertain the effect of magnets on the enzymatic activity by fruits and vegetables, the unripe fruits and vegetables like mangoes and tomatoes were placed in the magnetic field. Closely related to the experiment were the studies on the shelf-life of cooked vegetables, meat, fish and various other types of foods. The studies revealed that the unripe fruits and vegetables ripened faster in the magnetic field, suggesting enhanced enzymatic activity. Also, the cooked food remained unspoiled for greater periods under the influence of the North Pole than those kept under normal conditions or under the influence of the South pole.

    Similarly, the fermentation rate was greatly enhanced when kept in the magnetic field of the North Pole. Many scientists have corroborated these findings in their laboratories and homes. Based on these findings, the following conclusions have been drawn:

  • The South Pole of a magnet gives energy. This energy enhances fermentation of liquors and promotes the growth of moulds and bacteria. It also promotes denser vegetative growth and bigger-size flowers and fruits.

  • The North Pole treatment retards the growth of bacteria and plants and leads to sparse vegetative growth. It also adversely affects the fermentation rate in alcohol and increases the shelf life of cooked foods.

  • The North Pole arrests growth of bacteria and consequently putrefaction of cells, while the South pole encourages growth.


  • This simple experiment will clarify the effect of the North pole of a magnet:

  • Take two glass bottles, fill them with ordinary tap water and cork them.

  • Place one of the bottles on the North pole of a strong cylindrical magnet with a strength of about 2000 gauss for about 24 hours, while the other bottle under normal room conditions.

  • Observe both the bottles for any mould or fungus growth every day. You will notice that the bottle kept under the normal room conditions develops thread-like mould growth after 2 to 3 days, while the bottle treated with the north pole will keep free of any mould growth for about 15 days.


  • This proves that the North Pole retards any life activity. This property of the North Pole is utilized against infections and degeneration of tumors and outgrowths.

    The experiments were conducted on the behaviour of bacterias, which produce skin troubles and stomach disorders. These bacteria incubated in the magnetic fields of 15 kilogauss showed complete inhibition of their development.

    Similar experiments with other pathogenic bacteria like Eschirichia coli also revealed partial or complete inhibition of their growth. Experiments designed to judge the effect of high magnetic fields on life, the mould of the genus Neurospora was employed as the test organism.

    The studies were directed to know whether high magnetic field can induce any Mutation (Changes in genetic composition). Prolonged exposure upto high magnetic fields of 110000 gauss assigned no adverse effects to magnetic fields. This suggests safety of high magnetic fields to life.

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