On March 15th, KEISHI MATSUMURA wrote:
> Does anyone know of applied examples of electrolyzed water for
> agriculture ?
> The salt water of infinite dilution is electrolyzed to get two kinds of
> very useful water (electrolyzed water) : the strongly oxidized water and
> the srrongly reduced water. For example, cleaning of medical apparatus,
> washing of food materials, and so on. The oxidized water has strong
> sterilizing power useful for medical and agricultural use resulting reducing
> chemicals (from a manufacturer's leaflet).
> Now we are trying to apply the water to raising of seedling, controlling
> some disease of strawberry, and so on. We want to get more information on
> the water for our sustainable agriculture project.
> Keishi Matsumura
> GOHOKU INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
> 1934 Kamiyakawa Kou
> Gohoku-Son, Agawa-Gun, Kochi
> 781-2492, Japan
> Email: email@example.com
Greetings Keishi Matsumura,
You brought up an interesting topic, electrolyzed water, but I didn't
see any replies on Sanet.
You probably already know more about electrolyzed water than most
of us. It is still a new topic over here in the United States. But
I'm sure there are many readers who would love to learn more about
water treatments underway in Japan, so please feel free to share some
background information and resources.
I have seen a few references to water treatments in Japan in
journals like HortScience as well as in the practitioner literature.
Plus, I have heard of several holistic health practitioners using
water treatments in Japan. This leads me to believe that at least
certain groups in Japan are tuned into water quality and
accompanying treatments that can enhance the vibrational
characterisitics of water.
The characteristics of water, the qualities of water, water
treatments, how these affect biological systems... these topics are
gaining increased attention in alternative agriculture.
Some of the water treatments are coming from the universities and
industry, while other water treatments are coming from the holistic
health practitioners, homeopathic healers, biodynamic farmers,
permaculture, and related alternative farming systems.
Kirlian photography, biophoton light emissions, water crystal
patterns, sensitive crystallization... these are some of the
qualitative methods used to look at water quality from a new
There is an exciting book on water crystal patterns that was
published in Japan titled "The Message from Water" by
Masaru Emoto. Since it is based on visual observation of water
crystals as water is brought to the freezing point, it can really
only be appreciated by seeing the pictures and reading about the
different sources of water and water treatments that elicit these
Here is a website that provides examples of water crystal images
from Masaru Emoto's book.
Dolphinwater - Japan - Water Crystal Photographs
Likewise, at the following website you can view images of Kirlian
photography and biophoton light emission comparing tap water
versus revitalized water.
Nordic Living Water Systems - Advanced Water Research
How do these subtle characteristics of water affect what we do as
farmers taking care of animals, watering plants, nurturing human
"The Naga is an underwater creature from Asian mythology. Superior
to humans, it inhabits sub-aquatic paradises, living at the bottoms
of rivers, lakes and seas in resplendent palaces studded with gems
and pearls. It is the keeper of the life-energy that is stored in the
waters of springs, wells and ponds. It is also the guardian of the
riches of the seas -- corals, shells and pearls."
Naga, ICLARM quarterly
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