Stefaans Van HeerdenTicks and Parasites

I grew up in Pongola and have been farming here since 1980. Pongola is subtropical and consequently grows just about anything here but so do unwanted parasites and weeds, fungi etc.

The fact that winters are temperate and frost does not commonly occur causes ticks and other parasites not to be killed in winter, which results in tick numbers getting out of hand very quickly if animals are not dipped weekly.

I heard about agrifrequencies and put them to the test for one year. I was amazed at the result…. Since there are still ticks that are important for maintaining immunity, I can unequivocally say that I probably have 10% of the normal infestation of especially the fur ticks.

Because I know how much I dipped before and now only apply spot treatment when needed to certain animals, I’m in my element. Most of my animals are no longer ‘infected’ with cypermethrin to keep them clean of ticks.

I also asked (sent photos) for the treatment against pear-shaped liver fluke which occurred in large quantities in the faeces of especially young animals. I have not seen any liver snail in a long time! Put the technology to the test, you will be amazed at the result!

Nicole BoogaersWater Structuring

A lettuce cycle in the NFT hydroponic system is about 5 weeks. During this cycle the lettuce produces a head of about 400 grams. Around the hydroponic system’s tables, weeds will grow over time and could lead to an increase in pests and overall untidiness. During 2 growth cycles repeated, one bay (59 tables) was used as a control and another bay was used as the experiment. Water structuring patches were implemented into the experiment bay and the results were as follows: The experiment bay had less weed growth (smaller, less dense) where the control bay had dense weed growth which lured several pests such as leaf miner and fungus gnats. The experiment bay had a much lower pest level than the control and the lettuce quality was slightly better for the experiment bay than for the control (this could be due to the lower pest levels).

In conclusion, it is clear that structuring water can:

  • Increase propagation and growth rates
  • Improve root system development
  • Improve plant vitality
  • Enhance transpiration rates
  • Decrease weed growth
  • Decrease pest levels
Ben - From RaytonMonkeys

I have pecan nuts for the first time this season after Agri frequencies used frequency technology to keep the monkeys away from my pecan nuts, there are also several other pests and plagues with which they help me like certain plant species.

Arno - From Riebeek KasteelInsects

Now in the 2nd season I see even more benefits using frequency treatment, I start my season with minimal insects and welcome predators that ensure a healthy ecosystem. The frequencies are also very effective against the Kalander Insect.

Borrrie - From SenekalBirds

This year I harvested the most delicious figs after Agri Frequencies used Frequency Technology  to keep the mouse birds away from the figs.

Arno - From Riebeek KasteelBirds

Now in the 2nd season I see even more benefits using frequency treatment from Agri Frequencies. Bird control is very effective with measles birds, mouse birds and swallows. The Frequency Treatment keeps them away from my farm, however they are plentiful in the area.