Water Filter Treatment Systems With Structured Magnetic Treatment of Agriculture, Irrigation Water Municipal Water Filters Palms, Grass, Ponds, Lakes Water In USA, in UAE, in KSA, in Kuwait, in Europe, in Qatar
Water Filter Treatment Systems With Structured Magnetic Treatment of Agriculture, Irrigation Water Municipal Water Filters Palms, Grass, Ponds, Lakes Water
Structured Magnetic Treatment Of Irrigation Water
Studies have shown several beneficial effects of MF treatment on the growth of plants. It was demonstrated that an optimal external EMF can increase the rate of the plant growth, especially the percentage of seed germination.
Podleoeny reported that exposing the broad bean seeds to variable magnetic strengths during before sowing imposes significant effects on seed germination and seed yield.In addition, they showed that applying MF to broad bean during the growing season can increase the number of pods per plant and reduce the plant losses per unit area.
Several studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of MFs on the root growth of various plants. Similarly, Muraji et al. (1992) observed that MF treatment increases the root growth of maize. Turker et al (2007) reported that static MF has an inhibitory effect on the root dry weight of maize plants, but had a beneficial effect on root dry weight of sunflower plants.
Different studies have shown the inhibitory effect of weak MF on the growth rate of primary roots during early growth. It was demonstrated that MF can decrease the proliferative activity and cell reproduction in meristem cells in plant roots.
Magnetic treated water undergoes several changes in its physical properties. It also exerts several effects on the soil-water-plant system. Leaching the soil with MW significantly increases available soil phosphorus content compared with the leaching with normal water at all soil depths. Behavior of nutrients under an MF is a function of their magnetic susceptibility.
Studies have shown that the effects of magnetic treatment varied with plant type and the type of irrigation water used, and there were statistically significant increases in plant yield and water productivity (kg of fresh or dry produce per kL of water used).
In particular, the magnetic treatment of recycled water and 3000 ppm saline water respectively increased celery yield by 12% and 23% and water productivity by 12% and 24%. For snow peas, there were 7.8%, 5.9% and 6.0% increases in pod yield with magnetically treated potable water, recycled water and 1000 ppm saline water.
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