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Raspberries yield 22% better, and repels spider mites

Friday, July 1st, 2016

“In terms of first class quality assessment we do at pack house intake, the Magnation-treated block was the best performing block on the farm.

It had the lowest counts of mold and cladisporium. Also the lowest levels of soft fruit, blistered fruit and low levels of insect damage. When the field was under attack from spider mites it was less severe in the Magnation-treated block.

Comparing it to the control block trial block the Magnation treated block performed 22% better.”

~ HEMEL & AARDE VALLEY FARM, HERMANUS DISTRICT, WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA, 2016

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Greenhouse & Horticulture Benefits with Magnation

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Magnation has been highlighted in a Dutch e-publication on GroeteNet (“Vegetable”Net) following a successful show at GreenTech 2014 in Amsterdam this past June.  English translation of article available for reading below.

For interest in Western Europe, please contact our distributer Piet Regnerus.

GreenTech 2014 Magnation Exhibitors

 

 

Magnation Technology Promotes Plant Health 

2Excell Magnetics Europe introduced last week at GreenTech, Magnation Water Technology for horticulture. This is a U.S. company whose products are widely used in agriculture. This technology promotes healthy soil, strong plants and high yields. 2Excell Magnetics Europe was the last participant enrolled in GreenTech in 2014. This American company is inactive on the Dutch market, but wants to move into horticulture in the Netherlands, and introduce magnetic water technology to a variety of industries.”The technology splits molecules into smaller clusters. Smaller clusters of water are easily absorbed into the soil and plant cells, which promotes a healthy soil, strong plants and high yields, “says CEO Piet Regnerus of 2Excell Magnetics Europe.” In addition, smaller clusters of water molecules also reduce the amount of dissolved substances, reducing limescale and greatly reducing water salinity. ” And there is another important fact, adds Regnerus: “For horticulture this technology a 20% reduction of pesticides can be” realized.