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Due to the fact that the Multi- Wave Oscillator benefited sick plants, we are not allowed to go into further details as a result of FDA regulations. More details on Lakhovsky’s experiments can be found in Ed Wahler’s article Lakhovsky’s Multi-Wave Oscillator (MWO) Another Perspective.


The next statement is a paraphrase from an article written by Robert A. Nelson. The application of electricity, magnetism, monochrome light, and sound can stimulate the growth of plants to a great extent. This little-known technology, called Electro-culture, can accelerate growth rates, increase yields, and improve crop quality. Electro-culture can protect plants from weakness, infection, insects and frost. These methods also can reduce the requirements for fertilizer or pesticides. Farmers can grow bigger and better crops in less time, with less effort, and at a lower cost. The several approaches to Electro-culture include antennas, static electricity, direct and alternating current, magnetism, radio frequencies, monochrome and intermittent lighting, and sound. The energies are applied to seeds, plants, soil or the water and nutrients. To read the complete article go to


The SEAD technology contains six of the above-mentioned nine Electro-culture approaches. Although the SEAD may not be practical for large outdoor fields, it could be used in greenhouses for great results. Because of the size of a greenhouse it would be advisable to use the larger, more powerful SEAD. Also, since it is not recommended to have human exposure as long as you would want to treat the plants the SEAD could be run on the timer that turns on and off when no one is around.


An additional alternative benefit of the SEAD would be to have employees energize for a few minutes before work. Not only could this lead to better job performance, but it could possibly reduce losses as a result of sick days leading to reduced insurance premiums.

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