Agriculture &
Horticulture

Soil is not an inert mass but a living, finely balanced organism with a complicated life structure of its own.
All the various different life forms in the soil – its fauna, flora, bacteria and many microorganisms – work together to produce a healthy, living substance with which to sustain plant life.

With years of misuse, many soils have lost their finely balanced structure. Radionic treatment, first considered for use with soil and plants in the 1940s, can help to rebalance the soil to create healthy and nutritious crops and can treat pests and diseases in individual plants, farms and gardens.