Over the years, the quality of the soil has deteriorated owing to unsustainable farming practices and the overuse of fertilizers and pesticides. This has diminished the quality of crops and thereby their yield. Irrigating your fields with JIVA improves water and nutrient absorption in the soil. In the long term, it brings down the over-dependence on artificial yield enhancers, pesticides, and fertilizers.
When given to farm animals, it enhances their health, improving both the quality and quantity of their yield.
The waters will be at a higher energy level, when passed through JIVA and hence, in a dynamic interaction with soil and plant, it will have the required intelligence to retain/intake/purge minerals, in line with helping life thrive in the plant and soil.
JIVA Water is beneficial in many ways. Firstly, the soil biome improves and becomes healthy, the produce has more nutritional value, the cycle time of the crop is quicker, and yields have been seen to go up. Overall, it creates a very healthy water/soil/produce ecosystem, that thrives over time
While the immediate answer is no, we’ve seen that while using JIVA Waters, one can use close to <25% of the usual quantity of water and gradually bring down the quantity of fertilizers and pesticides being used.
Ideally, we would be tempted to say no. But, we’ve traumatised our soils so badly, plus we have been pushing effluents (human, industrial, chemical) at various points of its flow. As we know – water in its chaotic molecular state retains lower energies. Hence, it would be beneficial to use JIVA, irrespective of the source, and raise these waters to a state of higher energy which helps life thrive