Introduction to Plasma Technology in Agriculture
Plasma technology was developed by the Iranian nuclear engineer, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe. The technology is basically a spaceship technology but has many uses and applications in fields other that space or space related fields. Spaceship technology is different from space technology in that no motors or wings are needed for space travel as no motors or wings are found in the universe, yet planets, galaxies, and other bodies in the universe have been rotating for millions of years. When applied in agriculture, plasma technology is changing, and will continue to change people’s understanding of plants, soils, and agricultural practices in general. Duly understood and correctly applied, plasma technology has potential to completely transform agricultural practices, minimize cost for agriculture practitioners, enhance health and healthy living for both producers and consumers, and virtually eliminate external inputs in agricultural systems globally. Plasma technology in agriculture will also show over the next few years that this world has unlimited resources everywhere, and that it is the people who will need to learn and fully understand how to “harvest” those resources that they need for their agricultural practices, and for all their other needs in general.
Gasses in Nano State (GANS)
With full understanding of how plants absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe designed technology that replicates a plant’s leaf for the effective capture of CO2 and other gases in their Nano states (GANS). A gas in Nano state is a new state of matter, where a gas molecule that becomes Nano of itself, appears as a solid state of matter (Keshe, MT, 2011. The Structure of Light). It is especially this seemingly simple, GANS capture technology that will, necessarily, completely transform agricultural development and practice once and for all.
Transforming agriculture with CO2 GANS
CO2 GANS are increasingly used to transform agriculture practices across the world. Before sowing, for example, seeds are soaked in CO2 GANS liquid plasma to decontaminate any that may be disease infected or adulterated, while irrigation of crops with CO2 liquid plasma virtually eliminates the need for fertilizers and pesticides. The use of CO2 liquid plasma and other such liquid plasmas increasingly provide the much needed agriculture solutions for enhancing plant growth, ensuring plant health, and increasing crop yields at minimum cost to producers.
Crop diseases and pests
For plant diseases, CO2 GANS liquid plasma creates conditions in the plant environment under which those diseases cannot exist. For crop pests, application of CO2 GANS liquid plasma creates conditions under which the pests do not damage crops. In addition, pests also absorb the energy of the applied CO2 GANS liquid plasma. When they absorb enough energy for their bodies' metabolism, such pests do not need to feed on the crops, thus application of CO2 GANS liquid plasma creates a win-win condition for both crops and their erstwhile pests.