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Title: Effect of Homoeopathic drugs on cotton plants
Authors: Gangar, H U
Keywords: Homoeopathic drugs;Cotton plants;Growth;Barayta Carb;Abrotanum;Phosphorus;Iodum;Nux-Vomica;Magphos;Tuberculinum
Issue Date: Apr-2007
Publisher: CSIR
IPC Code: Int. cl.8 A01G 1/00, A01G7/04
Abstract: Detailed study to investigate the effects of Homoeopathic drugs on growth of cotton plants was initiated at Central Institute for Research on Cotton Technology, (ICAR), Mumbai. In the present paper promising results of preliminary experiments have been discussed. The results revealed that electrically neutral and pure distilled water develops internal electrical charges as soon as few drops of homoeopathic medicines are added into it. Different drugs as well as different potencies (dilutions) of same drug produce different electrical charges. Further experiments proved that such medicated water containing drugs in highest potency influence the genetic processes of cotton plants in a big way. It can accelerate germination process, can shorten the cultivation period, can enhance the yield and quality of cotton crop and also makes it possible to grow it during off-season.
Page(s): 138-141
ISSN: 0975-1092 (Online); 0972-592X (Print)
Appears in Collections:NPR Vol.6(2) [March-April 2007]

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