For agricultural ultraweak photon emission measurements both spontaneous photon emission and delayed luminescence technologies are used.
Agriculture is still the basis for our food and health. The food chain has become an important research area and numerous subspecialisms have come into existence.
Water&Light is directly involved in some of these investigations and is mainly researching the meaning of biodiversity.
We measure in an early stage what the quality is of seeds. Seeds and seed breeding are the basis of a healthy harvest. Especially the research into seed germination and the corresponding quality of fruit bearing plants is our research domain.
With our measurement equipment we measure the photon emission of seeds, we can determine the quality and capacity that is stored and we investigate the entire evolution of seed to entire fruit with light measurements.
We also investigate the influence of food manipulation and how this can affect our health. We look at classical forms of breeding based on quality of the end product and after numerous investigations it seems that biodiversity is crucial for producing optimal crops.
The light measurements that we do can immediatly provide information on which elements are stored optimally and what kind of immunity a crop has for a fungus or a virus. With our measurements we can often determine at an early stage what is going on with certain crops and how we can optimize the quality in a natural way.
Especially in agriculture where the diversity is large, one must be able to guarantee a fair and good product as this is the fundament for our health and immunity.
Using toxic substances in agriculture can cause serious biological disturbances and that is the reason why knowledge in this area is critical to learn how to handle crops in a natural way. Light measurements can clearly show us the quality, immunity and influence of all kinds of elements and soil clearly and as such we can optimize the harvest and its diversity and quality can be maintained during growth. Also the relationship with water is critical in this, as the soil and the water supply are the building blocks for crops.
Our knowledge in this area can be of service to you.