Studies were conducted on different irrigation systems of crops of Peas and Celery and were aimed to identify the effectiveness of use of magnetic technologies.

The experiment used bottled, brackish and recycled tap waters. Part of it was treated with magnetic devices, and the other used for irrigation in its natural form. The study took place at the Sydney West Institute (Richmond campus) from April 2007 to December 2008. All experiments were performed in the laboratory.

Overall results showed positive dynamics with the use of magnetic technology. Magnetic treatment of recycled and brackish water (3000 ppm) increased celery yield (12%) and pea yield (23%). It also reduced consumption of add on by 12% and 24%.

The yield of peas in laboratory conditions increased by 7.8% (bottled magnetic water), 5.9% (recycled tap magnetic water) and 6.0% (brackish magnetic water 1000 ppm). Reduction in the need for irrigation water was 12% (bottled magnetic water), 7.5% (recycled tap magnetic water) and 13% (brackish water magnetic1000 ppm).

Australia. Effect of magnetic treatment of irrigation water on yield
parameters of celery, of water and reduction of its volume requirements.

Australia. Effect of magnetic treatment of irrigation water yield
parameters of peas, of water and reduction of its volume requirements.

 

Australia. Effect of magnetic treatment of irrigation water yield
parameters of celery, of water and reduction of its volume requirements.

Australia. Change in parameters of the irrigation system of vineyard using magnetic systems.
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BioElectroMagnetics 32:58 – 65 (2011)

Magnetic treatment of irrigation water used for growing of peas.

Improvements in nutritional value indicators and overall growth increase.

Harsharn S. Grewal
Basant L. Maheshwari
School of Natural Sciences,
University of Western Sydney, Penrith South DC,
NSW, Australia

 

Seedling Emergence and Emergence Rate Index (ERI)

 

Effect of magnetic treatment of irrigation water on average
germination rate and dry mass of seedling roots.

Effect of magnetic treatment of irrigation water and seeds on the
increase of nutritional values of peas 20 days after seeding.

Effect of magnetic treatment of irrigation water and seeds on the
increase of nutritional values of chickpeas 20 days after seeding.

Conclusion

Treatment of irrigation water and seeds with magnetic fields have significantly increased ERI of seedlings (33- 38%) and dry weight of shoots (4- 25%) in peas and in chickpeas.

Also, the nutritional content of N, K, Ca, Mg, S, Zn, Iron and Mn have increased in peas by 13- 37% and in chickpeas by 11- 18%.