Chapter 23 Overview of Agricultural Uses for the SE-5 1000
The next two procedures were prepared by New Horizons Trust. Used by permission.
The SE-5 1000 can be used as the classical scanner to check for plant nutrients and the compatibility of sunlight, irrigation, soil, and fertilizing for growing of crops. Patterning of crops, fields, and fertilizers with appropriate informational fields (IDFs) can help control plant pests, and increase crop yield and quality.
1. Normal Start-up.
2. Place a Sample of the crop into a glassine envelope. Good samples include: leaves, flower petals, fruit, stems, etc. If photographing a field we suggest the photograph be taken from the north, facing south. Place the sample into the Cell.
3. Type the General Vitality Tuning, 9-49 into the window (from Word Tunings in the SE-5 1000 software) or go to the Postive Tunings in Main Programs in Stand Alone Mode..
4. Measure the Amplitude of the General Vitality (G.V.) Tuning.
5. Place a second Sample such as soil or fertilizer into a another glassine envelope and place it into the Cell with the first Sample or on the inserted Input Plate.
6. Take another Amplitude measurement of the G.V. Tuning. The interpretations are similar to those in the IDF compatibility section. If the G.V goes up, but remains under 60, the water, soil or fertilizer is generally compatible with the first Sample.
If the material is considered incompatible, you may wish to try some other fertilizer, etc.
In order for there to be a proper supply of energy in the soil, the G.V. at fruiting should be 4-to-8 times the G.V. at the time of seed sprouting.
This same technique works for location, sunlight, timing, etc. You may type in a written description of the area as the second IDF for compatibility testing.