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• And, as will be covered throughout the rest of the topic, plants react to electric
fields through faster growth, greener leaves and stems, increased root mass and
Since we now know that extremely low levels of various forms of energy are required for
(plant) life to simply survive, and we also know that there have been times that life seems
out how we can develop engineered methods to optimize growth processes at our own
discretion, rather than hoping for a few passing thunderstorms to enhance crop growth.
In the next chapter we'll start with learning about electroculture in a historical context,
seeing what experimenters have been able to achieve through the deliberate electrification
of plants and soils.
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