Pea Plant comparison
We planted “salad mix” seeds (cabbage, kohlrabi, kale, and broccoli) in two 10” x 10” flats filled with potting soil. Flat A had a 3” wisdom tensor ring underneath its center, and Flat B was the control flat, planted in an East-facing window with all other conditions identical. These were planted on the evening of April 9 (day Zero.)
Day Zero: Seeds sprinkled on damp flats of soil (about an inch apart from each other) and watered.
Days 1-3: They look good, but no noticeable difference between flats A and B.
On the 4th day I moved them 18” apart, thinking that perhaps I underestimated the size of the energy field, and that Flat B has also been benefiting from the tensor ring.
(After this the flats were only put near each other for the comparison photos.)
Day 5: Flat A now has broader leaves and a little taller sprouts
Day 6: Flat A sprouts are more noticeably taller
Day 7: Flat A seems to be a full day ahead of Flat B; in fact Flat A is ready to harvest.
1. The wisdom tensor ring sped up the growth cycle of the Flat A microgreens.
2. The wisdom tensor ring noticeably benefited all plants within 18” of its center, which is why I had to move Flat B.
I will definitely be using these for future plantings. Cutting a day or two off of required growth time is especially good for someone like me that has limited space for planting.
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