AGRICULTURE

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Flowform® eco-technology has been used extensively in many farming, horticulture and home garden projects worldwide for over thirty years.

It is a rhythmic vortical bio-mimicry that uses Nature’s best methods to help water support life, backed by science and positive results in many installations.

The two main Flowform® methods helping water are

  1. The movements of a lively mountain stream (increased many times through the Superstream™ Effect, where one forward Flowform® metre is similar to 10 metres of natural steam water treatment)
  2. The rhythmic pulse found inside all living things, whether they are plants or animals.

When we capture fresh water it loses its original capacity to support life because of the way we store and transport it.

Anyone who sees the effect of rainwater on a garden knows this. Water from a mountain stream has the same effect…

Flowform® eco-technology gives water back to Nature, even when it is in a man-made environment.

This extraordinary technology comes from the very heart of nature. It is as if Nature itself has shown how to help water support life, through John Wilkes’ invention of this ideal bio-mimicry method.

The technology can be used effectively to oxygenate and energize your water when stored in tanks or ponds.

GIVE YOUR CAPTURED FRESH WATER BACK TO NATURE WITH FLOWFORM® ECO-TECHNOLOGY

USES IN AGRICULTURE

  1. Refreshing semi-stagnant horticultural ponds / Improving irrigation water for greenhouses and fields
  2. For plant germination and general health
  3. Compost Teas and Effective Microorganisms (the oxygen stays in much longer than bubbling methods)
  4. Biodynamic Preparation stirring. (30 to 40 litres of Preparation 500 can treat 1 hectare / 2.5 acres of land)
  5. Activating all liquid fertilizers before putting onto the land.
  6. For production of seaweed and fish fertilizers, speeding up the process.
  7. Effluent Treatment: changing it into aerobic liquid fertilizer that the land can easily absorb. Micro-organisms become more active and numerous from observations. This includes cow, pig, chicken and human effluents.
  8. Renewing fresh water for animals to drink (they drink more, enjoying it more)

BACKGROUND SCIENCE

Refer to www.healingwaterinstitute.org.nz/science/ for the background research and practices, plus PDF reports in this page.

Oxygenation Report
Water Treatment Report (including Effluent)
Energizing Water with Flowform Eco-Technology

FLOWFORM®MODELS USED IN AGRICULTURE

MATATIKI (Not Presently Available in USA)

An interior commodity product that enlivens the environment for your home, apartment and office. It is very simple to set up, requiring only 10 litres of water and a power socket for the pump that comes with it. It can enliven tap water for drinking or activate liquid fertilizers for your pot plants and garden. It comes with a water collection shute. Beautifully produced by an ethical Buddhist family in their top quality ceramic studio factory in South Vietnam.

KOTUKU (low stocks, only available in UK and EU)

An ‘exterior’ ceramic vase that enlivens the environment for your garden, courtyard or patio. It is very simple to set up, requiring only 60 litres of water and a power socket for the pump that comes with it. The ‘Kotuku’ can enliven tap water for drinking or activate liquid fertilizers for your pot plants and garden. It comes with a water collection shute. Beautifully produced by an ethical Buddhist family in their top quality ceramic studio factory in South Vietnam.

VORTEX (Cast in NZ, California and UK, supplied to anywhere)

Especially designed to activate water energy frequencies, as well as to oxygenate and polish water, the Vortex model creates powerful vortices swirling in opposite directions through a figure8.

These vortices fall into a chaos chamber that opens up the water to cosmic radiation, which is a quantum physics concept regarding information frequencies.

This helps increase water’s capacity to support in gardening, farming and aquaculture.