Plantsurge XL bundle
Award winning landscape garden designer explaining how Plantsurge works.
“We grow edible flowers and microgreens for restaurants nationwide. To irrigate our 20,000 plants, we fitted two large Plantsurge magnetisers and we were surprised and delighted to see plugs flowering six days quicker than we expected, the benefits for our business bottom line has been noticeably improved. Plantsurge was easy to fit to our water pipes and we started using them the same day they arrived.”
Ben wild, Owner Wild Greens Farm
Brackenholm, North Yorkshire
‘’I’ve gone off in a new direction on watering in recent days, I’m trying out a Plantsurge that clips on to the hose or water pipe. I’m fascinated that my plants might be able to absorb water more efficiently.’’
Val Bourne, Journalist
Amateur Gardening Magazine
How it works
Plantsurge harnesses the power of magnets to give a similar effect on your plants, effects proven from independent plant trials, observations by commercial growers, professional gardeners and hobby plant enthusiasts.
Just how does the Plantsurge magnetic fields cause such significantly stronger, healthier plant growth than both tap water and collected rain water?
The honest answer is that there is no general consensus among water scientists on this, but by far the most feasible and heavily promoted theory is down to the cluster size of the water molecules.
Plantsurge uses a special configured set of four magnets with a specific gauss strength that when attached to a water pipe or hose pipe with flowing water, creates a strong magnetic field. This magnetic field reduces the cluster size of the water molecules, allowing more efficient absorption into the plant’s root system. The result is better hydration (with water saving benefits) and more efficient nutrient uptake, giving healthy, vibrant plants - just like thunderstorm rainfall.
Independent trials prove plants flower more abundantly and bloom longer using Plantsurge
In November 2019, the Plantsurge magnetic water system was tested against tap water on 25 different varieties of indoor and outdoor plants. Horticulturist Chris Wiley from Suffolk company Sow Successful Ltd discovered some remarkable findings after nearly six months of testing. The most significant benefit was that when compared to tap water, Plantsurge watered plants produced an average of 80% more flowers, and viola and pansies showed a massive 400% increase.