Trials & Plantsurge

Plant trials prove magnetic water benefits  

When Plantsurge, the magnetic water garden device was put to the test in a head-to-head contest against tap water, the management team at Ecocamel had no idea what awaited them before results were published. Establishing swift credibility for a new product launched to the garden industry was critical, so, in April 2020 when horticulturist Chris Wiley from testing company Sow Successful Ltd arrived at the Ecocamel head office in London with the results, and showed documented proof of the benefits, everyone was jubilant.  The comparison results were spectacularly in favour of magnetic water - all twenty-five plant species evaluated showed an average 80 percent increase in flowering compared to tap water, some flowers like violas showed a 433 percent increase. Chris Wiley reported ‘I can conclude that there has been a significant improvement in flower counts, with some varieties tending to flower for longer periods of time. There is minor difference in the germination stage, but between the stage of seedling and mature potted plant, there are noticeable variances which include larger foliage, speed of flowering, larger flowers, flower count and general health of the plants, which are typically all better when using Plantsurge.’ The full test results are available to view and download on the Ecocamel website.


Revealing the mystique of magnetic water  

There is something magical about garden enthusiasts turning tap water into magnetic water to achieve healthier stronger growing plants. Yet despite all the positive garden reviews and plant trials, scientists still cannot agree on a consensus of exactly how magnetic water works. But here’s the thing, using magnets to improve plant growth is centuries old, French scientist Louis Pasteur used magnets to grow bigger plants in the late 19th century, our planet depends on magnetic forces to grow the forests and keep us alive, the rain from a thunderstorm is electro magnetically charged and brings dynamic life back into plants. So whilst it’s clear that plants and magnets have great synergy, what’s really exciting is the mystique of the remarkable that happens when magnetic energy is transferred into ordinary water and used to water plants, fruits and vegetables. When you clip a Plantsurge on to a hosepipe, or a water butt, the magnetic fields from its four magnets alters the structure of the flowing water causing electrons and atoms to be shuffled around, this forces molecules to cluster into smaller groups than those found in unmagnetized water. The result is  improved uptake of water and nutrients into cells giving the benefits seen with healthier growth, abundant flowering and improved yield.