Influence of electromagnetic radiation on plants

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HOW DOES RADIATION AFFECT THE VEGETATIVE WORLD?

Interestingly, plants located in radiation zones behave almost identically as the other live world.

Perennials of two various types of nursery plants have been observed, with softer structure of the trunk, as e.g. Canadian poplar in Ivo Ribar Lola Str., Skopje and plant with tougher trunk structure, as e.g. Acacia in Ilindenska Str., Skopje.

Two groups of trunks of each of the trees were taken:

a) Group exposed to geopathogenic radiation;

b) Group of the same plant, the same age and in the immediate vicinity of a safe zone.

I. Canadian poplar

Group a) in early spring awakes rather late to vegetate compared with the group b). Group a) has less developed branches and leaves compared with group b). At sudden temperature rise the group a) does not have time for gradual vegetation and a lot of plants dry out. The plants of group a) show dehydration from the direction of the wave, i.e. from the direction of its movement, and not from the northern side as one should expect due to low temperatures and the north wind.

II. Acacias

Trunks of group a) in the radiation zones, both from underground and from cosmic rays, wake up much later in the early spring than trunks in group b) which were near the safe zone.

Trunks in group a) are less developed, and are covered in many boils (tumors), same as with people in radiation zones.

Tree line in Ilindenska Str., Skopje. The five marked trunks are in the area of a wide underground wave. The difference of the early vegetation is evident, compared with neighbouring trees, which are in the safe zone.

Fig. 1. Plants in early spring, they are the geo-pathogenic radiation have delayed vegetation

 

 

Fig. 2. Dehydrated seedling, it is dehydrated by the side of the trunk where the radiation comes

 

Fig. 3 Dehydrated plants are located at points of cosmic radiation Stoyan Swarm

 

 

Fig. 4 Two plants of the same type, one in a safe place and the other geo-pathogenic and K node. One seedling development is normal and the other with a delay and vegetation development

 

Fig. 5 Two plants of the same type, one in a safe place and the other geo-pathogenic and K. node. One has normal seedling development and other tumors has

 

Fig. 6  Plant K. node. the trunk has cancer

 


PROJECT ON HORTICULTURE

In March 1991, a detection of geopathogenic zones was performed in a state-owned flower firm, Komunalec, in Skopje.

This company has been growing high quality flowers for years.

The research was done on the lanes which are there to grow very sensitive seeds and plants.

5 parallel geopathogenic waves were detected 1 m wide. The waves were covering part of the lanes and the difference in growth of the flowers in lanes covered with waves and growth of the same seed material on the safe zone was obvious. The part influenced by radiation had weak growth and thickness, seed plants much more in number and developed than the part of the lanes with no electromagnetic radiation.

It was further noted that the influence varies depending on the seed culture. Some are more sensitive to geopathogenic radiation, some are more resistant.

This research has confirmed the harmful effect of the electromagnetic radiation on plants.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 February 2016 19:02