How the Greenbox works
Germination of plant seeds (e.g. tomato seeds) or tubers (e.g. potatoes) is accompanied by the application of an electrostatic field.
Germination of seeds or tubers under the influence of an altered electrostatic field results in a change in the phenotype of the adult plant, i.e., the appearance and/or fruit yield of the adult plant change after this pretreatment.
The plants increase the utilization of the offered nutrients for their growth.
By increasing the strength of the electrostatic field compared to the environment, the plants' resistance to diseases improves.
The fertility rate of the progeny, i.e. the seeds produced from the fruits of the treated plants, is higher.
Important: The phenotypic response is higher in highly cultivated plants than in wild plants!