Garden test 2005

Visible effects of orgonite devices on a garden

Part 2 - Summer 2005

In 2004, we conducted a test to objectively see if orgone genrators had any effects on plant growth. Results were positive as we noted that a garden with orgonite was at least double in size as well as many other improvements over an identical garden without orgonite.

This year, we undertook the same test.

Both gardens are identical, the same weight in seeds was sowed in the same locations  on both sides. During the whole experiment, the plants were left alone; no fertilizer or pesticide was added and neither garden was artificially watered. Orgone devices in the right garden are 4 TB's and 1 HHG. They are the same devices we used last year.

One difference with last year: only one variety of vegetables were planted in both garden: Waltham butternut squash.

 

Seeds used to sow the gardens

June 24 2005

Overview

Orgonised garden

(Another difference from last year: the devices were not burried and simply left above ground. The 4 TB's and 1 HHG can be seen here)

Control garden

July 13 2005

Overview

Orgonised garden

Control garden

 

August 3 2005

Overview

Orgonised garden

Control garden

August 17 2005

Overview

Orgonised garden

We had to use another angle to take these pictures due to the large size of the orgonized garden.

Control garden

August 27

Orgonised garden

Control garden

On august 27, I counted 16 large squashes in the orgonised garden and 5 small squashes in the control garden.

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