The Trivedi Effect On Horticulture

Agriculture is one of the biggest and richest subjects known to humankind. Agriculture has an extensive and ancient history, dating as far back as 9000 BC. It has existed long before any kingdoms, cities or towns existed. Agriculture was the activity that co-created everything else in the world, like bartering and money systems, transportation, and whatnot. Present day, scientists are becoming more and more involved in the agricultural industry in order to fully utilize this ancient art form. Through extensive research and development, we now have an array of fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, nutritional supplements, and other chemicals. At first, these methods produced extraordinary results, for instance, doubled crop yields. However, we are becoming increasingly aware of the effects these chemicals and methods of production have on the quality and decreasing nutritional value of our food. Unfortunately, farmers and producers have become dependent upon these means of production and crop treatments because of the rising plague of pests and fungi, genetic abnormalities, viruses, as well as increasingly resistant forms of bacteria. Most farmers can’t afford NOT to.

The Trivedi Effect is the solution to all of these problems and to the production of 100% organic crops. The biofield energy transmissions administered by Guruji Mahendra Trivedi have not only been successfully tested, measured, documented and validated in over 4,000 science experiments and nearly 200 peer-reviewed science publications on Materials Science, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Cancer, Genetics, Human Health and much more, but it has also been successfully applied in the field of Agriculture.

One particular study was conducted to determine the effects of biofield energy on soybean production in Iowa, USA. The production of soybean in Iowa outnumbers any production belt in the world. Iowa has the best rainfall and climatic conditions, topography, growing season temperatures, and soil, yet the soybean yield each year decreases due to weed interference. This science experiment was conducted in 2012 and the results were remarkable. The treated soybean seeds were infused with Mr. Trivedi’s biofield energy treatment, while the control soybean seeds were treated with standard fungicides. The outcome showed that the biofield energy transmission (otherwise known as the Trivedi Effect) has extraordinary potential to replace fungicide treatments, thus eliminating the toxicity and chemicals from fungicide applications.

The extraordinary phenomenon that results from Guruji Mahendra Trivedi’s biofield energy transmissions is known as the Trivedi Effect. Although this research may seem difficult to believe, it’s impossible to deny. The Trivedi Effect is a phenomenon which has the ability to transform any living or nonliving material, thus optimizing its potential to an optimal state of existence and with greater application to the benefit of humanity. The groundbreaking research on the Trivedi Effect has already been adopted by the National Institutes of Health, as well as hundreds of universities within the U.S. and hundreds more abroad, including ivy-league and prestigious universities like MIT, Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Dartmouth, Brown, Cornell, Columbia, Cambridge and Oxford. Guruji has again and again demonstrated the capacity of biofield energy and the Trivedi Effect through consistent, successful scientific experiments. He has contributed so much to science and opened new lines of inquiry, research and development that no other spiritual leader has done.

This experiment was published in the peer-reviewed science journal Agricultural Journal titled Biofield and Fungicide Seed Treatment Influences on Soybean Productivity, Seed Quality and Weed Community.” The full publication is available here: http://medwelljournals.com/abstract/?doi=aj.2013.138.143

1 thought on “The Trivedi Effect On Horticulture

  1. Samuel Green

    I have only seen the alternative treatment for human health and never thought that it could be used in Agriculture as well. This is new for me and I believe it’s the best way to bring some revolutionary changes in the field of agriculture research.

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