good results in maize cultivation with our method

Good results in maize cultivation with new method!

In the spring of 2020, we have been given 9.5 hectares of agricultural land at ‘Domaine des Cortils’ in Belgium to conduct field trials.

We have used this agricultural land to grow maize using a method inspired by circular agriculture. This test was carried out in collaboration with farmer Henny Hartman. At our request he has worked without weed pesticides and nutrients. instead , We used our own agricultural vitalization products, the ‘Vita Earth’ and ‘Agri Elixer’.

Starting situation

The 9.5 hectare of garden plot was largely neglected, which resulted in an excessive amount of stubborn weeds, including 5 to 6 rumex plants per m2.

Implementation Plan

Soil samples
First of all, a soil sample was taken by Eurofins . Based on this, fertilization advice has been given to add lime and nitrogen. This advice has not been followed. Instead, we have worked with our own natural quantum physical products.

‘Vita Earth’
We dug in 135 Vita Earths on these 9.5 hectares. 15 Vita Earths have been placed on each hectare.
The “Vita Earth” is a cylinder containing high energy water which has a regenerating effect on its environment and provides the soil with a higher life energy.

The agricultural company Hartmann has carried out mechanical tillage several times to naturally combat the frequent presence of rumex. This has worked out very well.

Sowing and Elixir
After sowing the corn, ‘Agri Elixer’ was sprayed over the land for 3 consecutive weeks. We used 1 liter of Elixir per hectare each time in a dilution of 1 liter of elixir in 300 liters of tap water. Agri Elixer is a high-energy water that benefits the self-healing capacity of the earth and the plants.

Growth and bloom
The corn had a nice and fast emergence. Even though we were seeding 1 month later than usual, the growth was at least as good as on other comparable maize plots that had previously sown. The leaves of the corn looked very good and healthy.
Along with the corn, one kind of “weeds” sprouted up, which grew exceptionally high. This had no negative effect on the maize growth. Perhaps it even added something! Usual diseases in corn were rare or not at all present. There was no corn stalk borer and hardly any bubonic fire.

Harvest and yield
The corn on the cob was of excellent quality with good moisture content. Despite the very dry year, there was a good yield, which was certainly no less than on other maize plots. 80 tons have been harvested. On average, 9 tons per hectare were harvested, of which in the middle 5 hectares, 12 tons per hectare. The level of the yield was slightly reduced because the yield at the edges of the fields was less. Here there were sections with many stones and trees between the rows. Despite that, the yield was still good.

Soil samples afterwards
The fertility of the soil was expected to decline after the growth of the maize. Certainly because of the lack of nitrogen and lime and the poor condition of the soil beforehand. Yet this was not the case and there was just a small improvement in the values. This corresponded to the good visible condition of the ground.

The results were surprisingly good and promising. Despite a difficult starting situation, a dry year and no use of pesticides, the plants looked very nice and the quality of the maize was very good. The edges of the ground plot slightly decreased the revenue, despite that the total yield was good. In addition, the costs of our method are also lower than with the usual methods.

Our goal to take good care of nature and ourselves and not burden it unnecessarily has been achieved!

This year we will continue with this test and will grow maize again. The expectation is that the yield will increase further.
Go green!
Our method can be scaled up and adjusted to your wishes.
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