Harvest HarmonicsTM New Biophysics Agricultural Technology For Farmers In India
The Agricultural Biophysics technology, 20 years in development, that Harvest Harmonics has now released, by empirical results, is showing a significant increase in photosynthesis which is causing Faster Plant growth with Increased Yields on nearly 200 farms worldwide.
Clearwter, United States – December 2,, 2020 /PressCable/ — A First-of-Its Kind U.S. Company, Harvest HarmonicsTM, with it’s New Biophysics Technology to Enhance Photosynthesis, Plant Nutrition and Growth is Creating Major Agricultural Improvements with Farmers in India.
The technology which is known as Kyminasi Plant Booster© is designed to widen the environmental conditions under which photosynthesis occurs in plants while also enhancing nutrient absorption and increasing root density.
Both of the first two farmers to announce results saw a significant improvement in growth rate and yield, one on eggplants and the other on black lentils. Both also reported an added benefit of improved resistance to pests. The crops were of the highest quality and, in the case of the black lentils, were ready for harvest two weeks sooner than the non-treated fields. The Science behind the Biophysics Plant Frequency Technology is Explained Here.
On August 13, 2020 in Bulandheshehr, Uttarpredesh, India, the first eggplant case study in the country using Kyminasi Plant Booster© was completed. According to the farmer, the results that came from the test were nothing less than stunning. After one month of irrigation using this technology the eggplants showed a significant increase in size, a visible improvement in vividness of color, and were much healthier which contributed to considerably less insects than in the control field.
In comparison to the control field, the eggplants using the Kyminasi Plant Booster© showed a 20% growth in yield at the first harvest and the final yield total is expected to increase to 30% by the end of the season. Avi Vatsa is the Harvest Harmonics representative opening India on behalf of the company and personally did the installation of this technology on the farms.
The black lentils were planted on 1.2 acres and compared to a control field of the same crop and with similar soil. The treated field was irrigated once a week for only three weeks of the 9-week growing season and was not fertilized. In this case, the farmer chose not to apply any chemicals such as UREA, normally used to ensure production.
With Kyminasi Plant Booster©, the black lentils were ready to harvest two weeks before the control field and were a desirable, deeper black in color. The treated field produced a yield that was 30 kgs greater than the control field (120 kgs vs 90 kgs) which was a 33% increase. Kyminasi Plant Booster© Installation in India.