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Redox, a “scientific” bioelectronic tool to highlight global quality

Many of you have already heard of antioxidant foods, Redox. The inventor was Louis Claude Vincent in the 1950s, who carried out several measurements on human health and the health of soils and plants, and who concluded: "Bioelectronics, a 'scientific' tool to highlight the overall quality: • soils, • amendments, • agricultural products and guide farmers in their agronomic choices This method can make an important and significant contribution • maintaining or • to the restoration of Health » Since then, it has started to arouse interest, proof of which is the enthusiasm on social networks, including Ver De Terre Production, with Olivier Husson as the leading specialist in measurement. Since 2017, I have also had the opportunity to meet a Holland measurement specialist, and all this has encouraged me to equip myself to make my own measurements. To facilitate interpretations and pedagogy, I created a thermometer graduated from 1 to 10: It allows us to get a clear idea of ​​the state of soil and plant health and the impact of inputs on soil and plant health. This is the basis. This has been key in the choice of ingredients that make up our products, and it has also been obvious in the quality of our fertilizers. When a SolStart is well established in the soil, oxidation quickly goes to the target. This is why we ask to send us soil samples 1 month after application to check. Indeed, when the Redox is in the target, it has a huge impact on several aspects. Physically the earth becomes more loose, more airy, it absorbs more water and returns it more to the plants. It smells of undergrowth (especially in the presence of organic matter), it becomes desalinated, and microbial regeneration activity is activated. We also measure all this. And we are happy to see that our measurements match what is observed in the field.

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