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DPE Agriculture and DPE Shield Agriculture

Biofotonic Quantistic Agriculture Application

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Utilising the energies of the Earth, the Sun and the Cosmos, the DPE Agriculture triggers a dramatic change in plant growth rates and crop yields. Typically, it can be expected to produce 50% more plant growth and a 200% increase in crop yields (please do your planning on a 50% increase in yield and treat the rest as a bonus), whilst doing this with no fertilizer and no pesticides.

Further, it will extend the growing season, which in some cases will enable two crops per season. Additionally, plants will grow with about 50% less water.

The Agriculture enhancement zone is 300 acres or 120 hectares, whilst the environmental protection zone has expanded to 3km (1.9 miles). As a bonus, the DPE Agriculture will significantly ameliorate the odors coming from the intense farming of pigs, dairy cows and other livestock.

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  • This corn crop with DPE Agriculture is 65% taller than without it.
  • 6mm (24 points) + 9mm (36 points) + 5mm (20 points)
  • 80 points (less than an inch) for the growing period.
  • 5/6 cobs of 380/405 grams (13.4/14.3 oz) per cob
  • Corn plant height 4.20m (13 ft 9 inches)
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Finally, it has a “secret sauce” for those of you living near one or more of the growing population of wind turbines. If you have one of these devices nearby, you know they generate a lot of noise and other forms of interference. The DPE Agriculture will have the same effect on this interference as falling snow. If you have experienced falling snow, you will know it is very quiet. This is because the snow crystals act in a manner to break up the sound. This behavior will be replicated by the DPE Agriculture.

Plants without DPE Agriculture

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Young plants with DPE Agriculture

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When you understand what the DPE Agriculture is doing, you will realize that this device, in the coming years, will transform food production on our planet and solve many other issues along the way. If you are already familiar with the benefits of the standard DPE technology, which eliminates violent and disruptive storms including lightning strikes, hurricanes and tornadoes, along with 5G, you will begin to realize that the deployment of these for the benefits of food production will trigger enormous ancillary benefits.

You may recall that these devices restore the local biosphere to its state of perhaps several thousand years ago. When we spread these across the planet, they will “join hands”, so to say, bringing forth a restoration of our biosphere and protecting the planet and all upon it.

In a time when producing a viable return from most forms of farming has become very challenging, the DPE Agriculture will transform the returns available to many farmers and contribute dramatically to increasing food production on the planet in a safe and environmentally friendly way.

The DPE Agriculture is a highly sophisticated device, effectively combining 3 devices into one.

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Realization of quantum support structures called photo-transmitters and photo-amplifiers

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Tracing of the transmission grids

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Tracing of the production lines of the various crops to be developed

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EXAMPLE 1: Pinus sylvestris

Biorganic growth acceleration of a typical Pinus Silvestris. This species, on average in mild climatic zones influenced by the Mediterranean sea, grows an average of one meter per year. With Biophotonics, growth of 37 cm is achieved even in just one night. For the biochemical processes of lignin this growth cannot happen daily otherwise the tree would bend, which is why the following night growth did not occur. However it is resumed at a distance of 2 nights.

The photo attached shows the measurement of the day before at 18:26. The height detected was of mt. 1.97, at 11.18 pm of the same day it had become mt. 2.04 stabilizing in the following hours. From here we can see a further growth of 7 cm in less than 5 hours.

11-1-2019 at 18.26

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11-1-2019 at 23.18

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EXAMPLE 2: Eucalyptus

With the following photos we show you the growth values occurred in the sample plants.

We have collected from the same plant a leaf grown already before applying the photoquantistic method and a leaf after applying it. We have compared the two leaves and the differences in quality, size, fragrance and state of health are unequivocal and astounding.

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Another very important finding was the growth of this other tree too. Two measurements were made, which we documented in the following photos. In the first of November 1 at 6.38 pm the eucalyptus tree measured 3.56 meters in the second instead of November 3 at 12.57 it was 3.74 meters.

Thus recording a growth of 18 cm in less than 43 hours.

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EXAMPLE 3: Ocimum basilicum​
Basil purchased in a common supermarket known comparison in the picture. The plants were purchased the same day that part of the photo on the left was not treated while the one of our organic natural fertilizers with multiple properties; antifungal, antibacterial and fertilizer. We also add further details on the difference in the health status of the leaves.

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EXAMPLE 4: Lavender ​
At 24 h from the activation of the photoquantistic generator we found an improper reblood with respect to the period in which we find ourselves (November). From the photo you can see both the new flowers and the previous dried flowers as the plant was already at the end of the seasonal production cycle.

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EXAMPLE 5: rebirth of lifeless plants​
To 72 h to our surprise we have noticed the rebirth of 5 different species of plants:

  • Fig tree
  • Red mulberry
  • A weeping willow
  • Lemons plant
  • Orange plant
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EXAMPLE 3: Ocimum basilicum

Basil purchased in a common supermarket known comparison in the picture. The plants were purchased the same day that part of the photo on the left was not treated while the one of our organic natural fertilizers with multiple properties; antifungal, antibacterial and fertilizer.

We also add further details on the difference in the health status of the leaves.

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EXAMPLE 4: Lavender

At 24 h from the activation of the photoquantistic generator we found an improper reblood with respect to the period in which we find ourselves (November).

From the photo you can see both the new flowers and the previous dried flowers as the plant was already at the end of the seasonal production cycle.

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EXAMPLE 5: rebirth of lifeless plants

To 72 h to our surprise we have noticed the rebirth of 5 different species of plants:

  • Fig tree
  • Red mulberry
  • A weeping willow
  • Lemons plant
  • Orange plant

FIG TREE LEAVES ​

Fig tree had already started to shed leaves but after DPE AGRICUTURE activation it started producing new leaves that were healthy and much larger. On average, one leaf is 18/20 cm whereas the new one was 37 cm and in excellent health.

RED MULBERRY ​

This tree was dormant and completely bare but now in November it has new buds ready to sprout.

Summary presentation of Biotechnology

We all know that the growth of flora globally on our planet occurs only at night from 21.00 to 07.00 in the morning, therefore the Biophotonics uses the same frequencies that the earth generates when the sun sets to stimulate the photocrescita not to be confused with photosynthesis, because two completely different things. The first dialogues with the metabolism of mineral microelements acquired from the plant through the roots and peripheral bulbs, useful for forming the structural mass (fiber, cellulose, lipid and protein). The second is solely through the use of solar photons to transform CO2 into oxygen. In this case, CO2 is an indispensable means of metabolizing the micronutrients plus water absorbed by the roots, transforming them into the elements indicated above.

Based on the knowledge of Biophysics concerning the study of planetary geophysical phenomena in relation to the biochemical and photosynthetic development of organic life in the plant world after about 15 years of extensive research and testing, we have developed an innovative method applied entirely to agriculture.

This new technology allows us to make a leap into the future thanks to the extremely short growth times of any type of plant world: fruit trees, trees for the production of paper, trees for the production of oils, vegetables, grains (rice, wheat, corn, etc.).

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One of the most extraordinary aspects of the biophotonics applied in this sector consists in the fact that there is no need to use fertilizers or pesticides of any kind since the frequency field used to accelerate the organic metabolism of all crops does not physically allow these pathogenic microorganisms ( bacteria, fungi, etc …) because the structural membranes of these elements collapse without them having any chance to evolve to withstand these frequencies.

GREENHOUSE COMPANY MARCO VILLACIDRO – SARDINIA (ITALY)

The greenhouse company Marco Villacidro sardinia is located in one of the driest areas of Italy. In thirty days it rained three times in a month.

The height of the plant is 4.20

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Villacidro has the mediterranean climate prevailing.  Summers are hot and dry while in winter the temperature is mild.  The average annual temperature for Villacidro is 20 ° degrees and there is 116 mm of rain in a year.  The climate is dry 206 days a year, with an average humidity of 69% and a UV index of 5.

With this technology, DPE AGRICOLTURE, the plants grew up more larger. For example, 5/6 cobs of 380/405 grams for cob in only 4 weeks from planting with 6mm+9mm+5mm of rain that fell in these 30 days.

Vegetable’s growth also…. We have cases of 2kg tomatoes

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The growth of maize was increased

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Although there was 40% less rain this year than the last, the increase in the harvest was higher
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Usually, the first tomato harvest takes place in the first week of July, but thanks to the DPE this was possible in the first week of May, with an overall annual harvest that is 2 or three times larger

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We had a great success Canapa field in Algeria with the DPE Agricolture

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CONCLUSIONS

Based on these results obtained in such a short time it is easy to imagine a series of advantages:

  • economic
  • quality
  • of quantity
  • of environmental impact, since chemical products are no longer needed.

 

Definition of the productive and organizational structure of the pilot project

1) outline of the technology applied on the ground. (make the paint scheme)

2) organization of areas intended for different types of crops for production purposes

3) experimentation of crops outside the periods of their season.

4) evaluation and analysis of the health status of cultures

5) comparison of the organoleptic qualities of the various products obtained from the experimentation.

6) growth and chemical-physical quality of the organic structure of the trees destined to the production of cellulose and timber destined to the production of furniture, etc.

Types of vegetables & fruits

Aromatic Herbs

Cereals

BOMBUS – BOMBI

They are characterized by a yellow and black banded livery, although there are some species all black or with orange bands, they are generally larger and hairier than the common bees and generally have the widest color bands.

Bumblebees are social insects that live in small colonies, formed by a few specimens, which generally do not survive the winter. The only specimens that survive the winter are the fertilized females that after the death of the colony, will look for a sheltered place to spend the rigors of the winter season. In spring the fertilized female will wake up from hibernation and will immediately look for flowers to refresh herself and begin to create the new colony. Typically these are small cavities in the ground or in trees such as abandoned burrows, hollow tree trunks, cracks between stone walls, etc.

These data are taken from this site.

Confirming the fact that the DPE Agriculture creates a spring microclimate we have documented with videos and photographs (below) a unique scientific event where these insects have been taken up in full activity but in winter when they should be either dead or females hibernate.

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STRUCTURING AND FUNCTIONALITY OF A DPE AGRICULTURE PLANT APPLIED TO A FARM

This technology requires a water supply of 5 liters every 15 days in dry soil. Given that the DPE Agriculture is able to perform a cultivable area of about 1 square km.

Benefits:

As already mentioned above, this technology goes beyond what is today classical chemistry and biology and unequivocally identifies the results obtained in what we call: BIOPHOTONIC AGRICULTURE. That is, the absolute essence of the whole organic life of the plant world since Biophotonics emphasizes the bioenergetic activity of the metabolism of the plant world. The results obtained so far are of undisputed qualitative, quantitative and nutritional value.

Economic advantages:

We have noticed first-hand the extraordinary power in what is the production of agricultural cultures of any kind in incredibly short times. All the production values obtained up to now based on the use of invasive chemicals for the ecosystem cannot and do not find any comparison with respect to the extraordinary and natural power that expresses our technology on the plant world.

The economic advanteges of DPE Agriculture are made up of 50% reduction in growth times, savings in fertilizer and related costs and lastly, more importantly, a saving water of 50%. Given these values, we are sure that most farmers will be happy to embrace.

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