Experimentation with Music of the Plants continues
For several month now at Damjl, we have been doing new research about the world of plants, creating a greenhouse with various kinds of experiments regarding the plant kingdom, from cultivation techniques to technological systems. One of the greenhouses has been converted into a kind of laboratory, in which we are cultivating many kinds of plants, especially flowers, rare and ornamental plants. We would like to emphasize the artistic and beautiful aspects of what nature produces.
In the greenhouse, we have activated equipment for making Music of the Plants, with one or two plants who perform in turn. We are verifying the behavioral differences amongst the various green “musicians.” We intend to stimulate and improve the growth of all the plants present in the greenhouse through the music that is produced. Some of them have suffered from the winter cold and are there in care and healing.
One of the experiments that is happening is about the influence of Selfica on plants. We have planted Dahlia seeds in three identical pots with the same soil, each positioned close to one another. They are watered at the same time and in the same way. We placed a Self for plants in only one of the pots. Right now in that pot, there is more germination with respect to the plants in the other pots. A similar experiment is underway with two other pots with other flowers, one with a Self and one without.
In another area, a hundred tomato plants were sown. Near some of the plants, we placed imaginative copper structures with spirals or symbols in Sacred Language that mean “abundance,” “joy,” and “victory.” We are observing if there are any differences in the germination and growth of these plants as well.
by Camaleonte Oleandro
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