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FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH
Year : 2007  |  Volume : 1  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 1-5

Management and control of genetic processes in cotton plants through homoeopathy


Ex-Head, Engineering & Workshop, Central Institute for Research on Cotton Technology, (ICAR), Mumbai, India

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Detailed study on effects of homoeopathic drugs on plant bodies was undertaken at Central Institute for Research on Cotton Technology (ICAR) in Mumbai. This paper presents promising results of some of these preliminary experiments. This study reveals that electrically neutral and pure distilled water develops internal electrical charges as soon as homoeopathic drugs are added into it. Different drugs as well as different potencies of same drug develop different electrical charges. Further experiments, conducted on plants, proved that medicated water containing drugs of highest potency strongly influences the genetic processes of plants. It can accelerate germination process, can shorten cultivation period, can enhance yield as well as quality of cotton crop and also makes it possible to grow it during off-season.


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