So you may have been wondering, what real scientific research has been going on with respect to electroculture… right? I had the same thoughts when I first set out on this journey, too. In today’s picture post, I’m going to share with you a couple pictures from a research article by Tsutomu Takamura.Read More
I was just digging around some old photos and I came across a couple of pics from my greenhouse last year… Check out the what’s possible with the energy from a single solar cell!Read More
September was a very exciting month for me as I was invited to give a presentation for the St. Louis innovation think-tank, Openly Disruptive. The meeting was on the topic of food & sustainability and I ended up speaking on 3 ideas where electro-horticulture would be of benefit to urban agriculture. It was a great event and I’ll share more about it once the video is posted online. The only thing that I would like to mention is that the speaker before me spoke a great deal about food forests and permaculture – which re-sparked some thoughts I had regarding how electricity could be used in those settings.Read More
Saturday, July 27th was a great day at the Sunflower+ Project StL site – not only for the great weather, but for the results that we were able to observe. The results were a bit unexpected, but as you will see below, a positive sign that electro-horticulture works in a field environment.
Here’s an update to the Electric Fertilizer portion of the Sunflower+ Project.
A few weeks ago we showed up early on the day of the Awards Ceremony to begin installing the system’s electrodes.Read More
To get a feel for of the lay of the land, I went to visit the property a few weeks ago… Being my first visit to Old North, I was pleasantly surprised!Read More