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Does magnetism affect plant growth?

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Magnetism has been shown to affect plant growth positively. In addition to treating the seeds magnetically, water used to hydrate the plant can also be treated to boost its growth.

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Magnetically treating seeds increases germination rates. It boosts protein formation and allows weaker seeds to grow stronger root systems. Plants that are watered with magnetized water grow 39 percent larger than those watered with tap water. This number can reach as much as 600 percent in some cases. Not much is known about using magnetized water during a plant's life cycle. In addition to its positive effect on growth, magnetism decreases ripening times and increases the quality of fruits.

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