The first radionics equipment was developed around 1880, 1890. It became
very popular and there was a lot of interest and experimentation,
especially in the fields of medicine and agriculture.
An especially dramatic application comes from radionics research on
agriculture. At that time, the 1920s and 1930s, the agricultural
community in our country was just starting to use pesticides and
fertilizers. There are many parts of the country which grow huge amounts
of food, and they were feeling the need for something extra to increase
production. They were calling for more and more fertilizers, more and
more pesticides. And the intensive, factory-style agriculture put a
great burden on the land, sucking out nutrients and concentrating pests
attracted to miles and miles of mono-culture food crops.
Researchers saw an alternative to this snowballing cycle of poisons and
artificial nutrients within the principles of radionics. Radionics
devices are incredibly effective at broadcasting agriculturally Ė to get
rid of pests, to increase the nutritional value of plants, to balance
the nutrients the plants need to grow. Radionics researchers sought to
prove that farmers didnít need to spend ever-increasing amounts of money
in order to poison their fields. They could achieve the same, and
better, results through radionics, and it was very, very effective.