Electroculture consists in applying artificial or amplifying natural electricity in agriculture, in order to stimulate the growth of plants.
There exist several systems and techniques, which can be used on seeds before sowing them and/or after, when plants have started growing.
The different books and resources that we propose present the various techniques and possibilities.
They all have a point in common: agrochemicals are no more necessary with electroculture.
The knowledge of electroculture is ancient, and there were already experiments, systems and books from the 18th century on.
The Golden Age of electroculture was the first half of the 20th century.
But these precious techniques almost disappeared after WW2, when electroculture was replaced by agrochemicals, with all the terrible consequences on environment and health that we know.
Some systems of electroculture proved to be so efficient that they increased crops in considerable proportions (up to 200%) without any chemical fertilizer of any kind.
The germination of seeds was better and shorter, and crops were much hastened.
Electroculture also helped prevent diseases and rejuvenate plants, even, with some systems, in drought-stricken regions.
Talma Studios is pleased to help bring back this knowledge to all people concerned by agriculture, food, health and environment.
The future of agriculture