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Selection and Highlights of Published Studies

in Agriculture Obtained with Trivedi Effect® Biofield Energy

Each Individual Team Members Cell Model Published Studies can be accessed by clicking here


 Biofield Energy Impact of Treatment on Soil Fertility

Journal: Earth Sciences Published December 21, 2015


  • Total bacterial and fungal counts were increased by 546%  and 617%.

  • Conductivity of soil was increased by 79%.

  • Content of various minerals were also changed:

    • calcium carbonate 36% increase

    • nitrogen and potassium were increased by 12% and 7%

  • Soil showed a significant improvement in the physical, chemical, and microbial functions of soil component.


 Impact of Biofield Energy Treatment on Ginseng and Organic Blueberry Yield

Journal: AGRIVITA Vol 35, No 1 (2013) ISSN 0126-0537


Ginseng plants treated both pre-harvest and a combination of pre- and post-harvest showed market grade increases of 33.3% and 40.0%, respectively.

  • Based on stand adjusted yields and quality values, a combination of pre- and postharvest treatment of Ginseng increased gross income by 57.4%.

  • Two different blueberry varieties, each in different stage of flowering, showed a statistical increase of 96% and 31% in yield.


 Impact of Biofield Energy Treatment on Yield, Quality and Control of Nematode in Carrots

Journal: Journal Of Horticulture  Published June 27, 2015


  • Total yield and gross return were greatest in biofield treated group producing an approximately 33% increase over the untreated controls and 15% increase over those treated with the commercial standard.

  • Vitamin A (beta carotene) was significantly greater in biofield treated carrots.

  • Better nematode control.


 Impact of Biofield Energy Treatment on Growth and Yield of Lettuce and Tomato

Journal: Australian Journal Of Basic And Applied Sciences 6(10): 100-105, 2012 ISSN 1991-8178


Differences of agronomic parameters were here seen between biofield treated versus untreated leafy vegetable and fruiting vegetable crops. In the case of lettuce, a leafy green crop, where true botanical maturity is never reached, the benefits of these treatments included higher percent survivorship of plant stands in disease infested soil, improved color in plant vigor, and overall yields. In the case of tomatoes, a fruiting vegetable, where botanical maturation followed anthesis, plant growth and color were improved which also resulted in higher fruit yields from treated plants.




 Effect of Biofield Treated Energized Water on the Growth and Health Status in Chicken

Journal: Poultry, Fisheries & Wildlife Sciences; Published Sep 30, 2015


  • Mortality rate was reduced in the energized water treated chicks as 54.55% in week 1, 42.11% in week 6, and 39.13% in week 4.

  • Average body weight was increased by 12.50% in week 1.

  • 15.47% increase in the edible meat weight.

  • Feather, skin and internal organ weight were significantly reduced by 21.22%.

  • Protein content was increased by 10.11% and cholesterol was decreased by 4.64%.



 Evaluation of Plant Growth, Yield and Yield Attributes of Biofield Energy Treated Mustard and Chick Pea Seeds

Journal: Agriculture, Forestry And Fisheries Published December 22, 2015



  • Plant height of mustard and chick pea was increased by 13.2 and 97.41%.

  • Primary branching of mustard and chick pea was improved by 7.4 and 19.84%.

  • Treated crops were free from any infection of pests and disease.

  • The seed and stover yield of mustard in treated plots were increased by 61.5% and 25.4%.

  • Grain/seed yield of both mustard and chick pea crop after biofield energy treatment was increased by 500% in terms of kg per meter square.



 Morphological Characterization, Quality, Yield and DNA Fingerprinting of Biofield Energy Treated  Alphonso Mango

Journal: Journal Of Food And Nutrition Sciences Published December 22, 2015


  • Treated mango had an average weight of 400 gm as compared to 275 gm in the control.

  • 75% higher pulp as compared to the control.

  • Acidity content in treated mango was increased by 65.63%.

  • Vitamin C content in the treated mango pulp was 43.75% higher.

  • The yield of flowers and fruits in the treated trees were increased about 95.45 and 47.37%.

  • Overall results envisaged that the biofield energy treatment on the mango trees showed a significant improvement in the morphology, quality and overall productivity along with 100% reduction in the spongy tissue disorder.

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