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HysteryDiagnosis Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jun-30-10 07:43 PM
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The Primeval Code, a potential alternative to Monsanto and the
rest of the criminals out there toying with genetically mutated crops and seeds.

Translated from German:

http://www.urzeit-code.com/index.php?id=22
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This section is currently being updated. (October 2009)
Outdoor cultivation in Bavaria demonstrates Bio-effect! (January 2009)

For years, hired Daniel Ebner "from the Swiss canton of Basel-Country for the" primitive code. Now his work is bearing fruit at last: Thanks to the interest and financial support of a Bavarian agricultural cooperative of Swiss biologist could be lower in 2008 with farmers in Germany on three different boxes of cereal. The seeds had been previously exposed by him in an Italian laboratory temporarily a strong electrostatic field.

Result: In the case of wheat and maize was harvested from the significantly higher. Specifically: the electrostatically treated wheat yielded in comparison to the control area is an outdoor surplus of 20 percent - without any pesticides. Sown in late March 2008, harvested in late June. The two fields were growing ever around half a hectare large. The growth of E-field plants was generally lower than that of the untreated control group, the yield per plant is much higher.

In the E-field maize surplus was compared with the control group even after the harvest estimated at 38 percent. In this case, the E-field plants were as tall, but the yield per stem is much higher. Some were individual plants of several styles. In addition, there were in the E-field offspring on average three to five flasks per plant, in individual cases even up to nine pieces! The size of the two at about the same acreage of wheat. Was sown in early May, harvested in late September. In contrast to wheat have been used in maize due to pest infestation pesticides, both in the E-field - and in the control panel.
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