It is common in the agricultural sciences that derived and synthetic hormones are used on
plants and fruits to serve a number of purposes.
The most important hormones in plant growth and development are:
Let's briefly cover the functions of the most notable ones:
The first set of hormones most significant to electroculture are called auxins. These belong
to a group of compounds that have an influence on cell enlargement, stem growth, root
initiation, bud formation and flowering. They are also known to assist and promote the
production of other hormones. For example, regarding their influence on cytokinins, they
of cell enlargement and stem growth, this is accomplished by improving the plasticity of
the cell wall, in other words, it improves plants ability to stretch out when cells fill with
yield increases. Normally, growers who look to manipulate the crop yields or size of fruit
use synthetic auxins or gibberellins to achieve these goals. With electroculture, these goals
can be realized in a much more natural manner.
The second class of hormones, known to regulate growth and developmental processes
into the developing fruit. They are used extensively to boost the growth of a number of
in 2006 that the application of direct current fields to plant roots results in an increase in