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Pranic agriculture research results

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Comparative research results in Pranic Agriculture from Germany, India and Colombia on spelt, oat, lupines, tomatoes, coffee and sugar cane.

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Pranic agriculture research results

  1. 1. Pranic Agriculture Comparative Trials from Germany, India and Colombia Presented by Rainer Krell First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015
  2. 2. PRAG project scales and teams: 1. Germany - organic, commercial grains Author: Stefan Riebesell 2. India - conventional horticulture Author: Jois N. Srikanth 3. Colombia - organic family farming, annual and perennial crops Team: Adriano de Jesús Quintero, Alvaro Gutiérrez Lozano, Ana de Dios Castro, Arcesio Váquiro, Desined Figueroa, Leonardo Sarmiento, Rainer Krell, Roberto de Mendoza
  3. 3. PRAG results: Germany Yields – kg/ha Crop Year PRAG Demeter Difference Spelt 2011 3,840 2,000 + 92% 2012 2,340 0 * Oats 2013 4,200 ? 2014 4,840 3,120 + 55% Lupines 2014 3,500 2,400** + 46% * Total crop loss due to cold, ** Average conventional yield in Bavaria
  4. 4. First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015 Pranic agriculture Demeter Spelt on May 25th 2012
  5. 5. PRAG results: India Tomato plant behaviour Approx. 2600 plants each per pranic and control group Fertilized on day 8 & 21 with 17-17-17 NPK; day 45 with DAP Treated on day 15 & 28 with Dimethoate Measured Difference to Control Height + 18.5 % Stem diameter + 12.05 % Number of flowers + 31.75 % Yield in kg + 31.1 % 24% higher yield in a similar slightly smaller study in 2014
  6. 6. First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015 Control Group Pranic Group
  7. 7. First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015 0 2 4 6 8 10 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Height Stem ø Average height and stem diameter of tomato plants cm Visits
  8. 8. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015 Average number of flowers per plant Visits #
  9. 9. First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015 Average yield per row of plants kg Visits 0 2 4 6 8 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
  10. 10. PRAG results: Colombia Crops under trial: Tomato, lettuce, onions, yuca, cacao, coffee & sugar cane In 3 different ecological zones; Pranic treatments and observations conducted by small scale family farmers on working farms Advers weather conditions, especially on annual crops, and Longterm crops showing no significant difference in growth yet Preliminary observations: Level of pests on coffee appears lower Quality and concentration of sugar in pranic sugar cane appears to be better First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015
  11. 11. Colombia Coffee Yucca Sugar cane
  12. 12. PRAG results: Colombia Sugar cane harvest (100 plants of pranic and organic controls each) Measure Pranic Control Height (average in cm) 234 252 Internodal distance (cm) 23.6 22.3 Stem diameter (cm) 3.1 3.2 Total weight (kg) 142 154 Syrup volume (lt) 49.5 51.5 Syrup weight (kg) 56.2 51.5 Panella (sugar) weight (kg) 9 9.5 Next tests: non-sugar residues and repeat trial with sugar concentration Potential difference in quality of the end product and concentration of syrup. First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015
  13. 13. Conclusions: - Productivity increases in major commodities, and horticultural crops (for organic & conventional) - Potentially less disease and pest pressures - Measurable quality differences - Greater income with lower costs, & - Reduced risks for organic practices - More controlled research into factors that influence efficiency of pranic techniques First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015
  14. 14. Conclusions: Conscious pranic agriculture practice will lead to: (apart from healthier food and environment and more prosperity) New collaborative awareness: From I to We First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015
  15. 15. Therefore Conscious pranic agriculture practice will lead to: Economically more secure farms under most conditions Healthier food and environment Farmer and farm experience as connection to all: One with All = Food & nutrition that reconnects us, (in-)forms us First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015
  16. 16. Thank you For more information contact: Rainer Krell - info@pranicagriculture.org Stefan Riebesell – info@pranicfoods.de Jois N. Srikanth - srikanth@pranichealing.co.in First Pranic Healing Research Conference, Bogota, Colombia 14 Sept. 2015

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