Agricultural Research

FECORE Enhanced Crop Yield

Our Goal

The current artificial approach

Within the field of farming there is a lot of faulty science engineering occurring. Seeds are manipulated to somewhat increase the crop yield. But these altered seeds have a decreased stability which creates smaller yields in second generation plantings. This requires the seed industry to again alter the seed DNA to regain a good crop yield.

This has resulted in a controlled and cornered market for seed suppliers. Some seed producers even create so called terminator seeds which do not produce offspring for farmers to create their own strand or breed. These are patented and altered organisms which studies indicate are potentially negative for your health. And it is very damaging to the health of the farming industry. The world certainly needs a better and more abundant food supply. This is the goal of any person of good intent. But creating seeds which place control over food in the hands a corporation whose only goal is profit without the regard to health or sustainability then that is certainly not the way to get a better food supply. This way of doing business goes against everything nature does on its own. The patented seed road is a plan for exploitation and disaster.

On the other hand if you use natural forces on seeds and crops you can get amazing and groundbreaking results beneficial to the entire world. There are a many methods which work with nature to enhance crop size, stability and yield

FECORE is going to invest heavily into researching how to use nature as driving force for enormous crop yield increases up to 1000%. Brilliant designers have been creating innovative designs for testing and production equipment. There is proof we can use controlled grow chambers with electromagnetic fields at varying frequencies and alternating currents to increase plant strength and fruit yields. There are larger scale designs such as greenhouses using natural gasses at increased barometric pressure which can create astounding yields. This technology can also decrease the amount of land required to produce some crops. For some crops a 5 X 5 X 3 meter space could yield as much as a 20 X 20 meter field. That is a 16 to 1 reduction in required land.

FECORE is gathering funding to build these experimental designs and demonstrate that the natural scientific approach will dramatically increase crop yields without any corporate seed monopoly. Farmers love to grow food that’s why they farm. As we present them with methods which free them from a monopoly and greatly increase their yield they will be more profitable. A profitable, naturally produced and sustainable farm industry results in more food production, more nutritious food and lower food costs. This is a great benefit to all the world.

These projections are based upon research documented from many sources

Previous Results

In seeds of mung bean (Vigna radiata), exposed in batches to static magnetic fields of 87 to 226 mT intensity for 100 min, a linear increase in germination magnetic constant with increasing intensity of magnetic field was found. Calculated values of mean germination time, mean germination rate, germination rate coefficient, germination magnetic constant, transition time, water uptake, indicate that the impact of an applied static magnetic field improves the germination of mung beans seeds even in off-season (Mahajan and Pandey, 2014).

Pea seeds exposed to a full-wave rectified sumusoidal non-uniform magnetic field of strength 60, 120, and 180 mT for 5, 10, and 15 min prior to sowing showed significant increase in germination. The emergence index, final emergence index and vigor index increased by 86, 13, and 205%, respectively. Furthermore, it was found that exposure of 5 min for magnetic field strengths of 60 and 180 mT significantly enhanced the germination parameters of the pea and these treatments could be used practically to accelerate the germination in pea (Iqbal et al., 2012).

Magnetic field application with a strength from 0 to 250 mT in steps of 50 mT for 1–4 h significantly enhanced speed of germination, seedling length and seedling dry weight compared to unexposed control in chickpea (Cicer arietinum). It was also found that magnetically treated chickpea seeds may perform better under rainfed (un-irrigated) conditions where there was a restrictive soil moisture regime (Vashisth and Nagarajan, 2008).

Pre-sowing treatment of corn seeds with pulsed electromagnetic fields for 0, 15, 30, and 45 min improved germination percentage, vigor, chlorophyll content, leaf area, plant fresh and dry weight, and finally yields. Seeds that have been exposed to magnetic field for 30 and 45 min have been found to perform the best results with economic impact on producer’s income in a context of a modern, organic, and sustainable agriculture (Bilalis et al., 2012).

Higher germination (about 11%) was observed in magnetically-exposed tomato var. MST/32 seed than in non-exposed ones, suggesting a significant effect of non-uniform magnetic fields on seed performance with respect to RH (Poinapen et al., 2013a).

The effect of pre-sowing magnetic treatments was investigated on germination, growth, and yield of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus cv. Sapz paid) with an average magnetic field exposure of 99 mT for 3 and 11 min. A significant increase (P < 0.05) was observed in germination percentage, number of flowers per plant, leaf area, plant height at maturity, number of fruits per plant, pod mass per plant, and number of seeds per plant. The 99 mT for 11 min exposure showed better results as compared to control (Naz et al., 2012).

The science behind these effects seems to be the effect of the earth’s magnetic field. It is well known fact that northern climates produce more abundance in one season than tropical areas for many crops. But the fact that the magnetic field in the north is stronger than in the tropics or in the southern latitudes has not been considered as a reason for this disparity. Some plants then might have a natural affinity to the weaker magnetic field in the south. This may explain the following findings regarding rice tests.

The mean germination time of rice (Oryza sativa) seeds exposed to one of two magnetic field strengths (125 or 250 mT) for different times (1 min, 10 min, 20 min, 1 h, 24 h, or chronic exposure) was significantly reduced compared to controls, indicating that this type of magnetic treatment clearly affects germination and the first stages of growth of rice plants (Florez et al., 2004).

Increased growth rates have been observed in different species when seeds where treated with increased magnetic field. Treated corn plants grew higher and heavier than control, corresponding with increase of the total fresh weight. The greatest increases were obtained for plants continuously exposed to 125 or 250 mT (Florez et al., 2007).

Plants of pea exposed to 125 or 250 mT stationary magnetic field generated by magnets under laboratory conditions for 1, 10, and 20 min, 1 and 24 h and continuous exposure were longer and heavier than the corresponding controls at each time of evaluation. The major increases occurred when seeds were continuously exposed to the magnetic field (Carbonell et al., 2011).

There is even evidence of disease reduction. In tomato, a significant delay in the appearance of first symptoms of Gemini virus and early blight and a reduced infection rate of early blight were observed in the plants from exposed seeds to increased magnetic fields

Increased barometric pressures have been shown to significantly increase crop yields. Cotton and maize plants were grown under full sunlight in glass houses containing normal ambient partial pressure of CO2 (330±20 μbar) and enriched partial pressure of CO2 (640 ±15 μbar) with four levels of nitrogen nutrient. In 40 day old cotton plants grown in high CO2, there was a 2-fold increase in day weight and a 1.6-fold increase in leaf area compared with plants grown in ambient CO2. In 30 day old maize plants there was only 20% increase in dry weight in plants grown in 640 μbar CO2 compared with plants grown in 330 μbar and no significant increase in leaf area. In both species, at both CO2 treatments, dry weight and leaf area decreased in similar proportion with decreased nitrogen nutrient.

The increase of leaf area in cotton plants at high CO2 caused a reduction of total nitrogen on a dry weight basis. In cotton assimilation rate increased 1.5 fold when plants were grown with high nitrogen and high CO2. The increase was less at lower levels of nitrate nutrient. There was a 1.2 fold increase in assimilation rate in maize grown at high CO2 with high nitrate nutrient. Cotton and maize grown in high CO2 had a lower assimilation rate in ambient CO2 compared to plants grown in normal ambient air.

For experimentation on seeds and crops a testing chamber has been designed to create a high pressure environment as well as magnetic and electro magnetic radiation. The initial frame layout as shown in fig.1 shows the dimensions of the machine itself and the dimensions of the pressure chamber. The FECORE High Pressure Tank will have a pressure chamber on the left hand side with room for electro magnetic coils for soil radiation which will occur from the inside of the tank to avoid having a solid layer between the coils and the soil.

The bottom right side will house the gas tanks mixture tank and compressor which will keep the air at an increased barometric pressure. The top right section will provide room for the conditioning and controlling air quality, composition, temperature and humidity levels all in a closed loop system.

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