Showing posts with label efficiency. Show all posts
Showing posts with label efficiency. Show all posts

Probiotics for Plants is Absolute Nonsense

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Probiotics don't work. Tests demonstrate that assimilation in the gut devastates 99.9 percent of probiotics. It is a prevailing fashion. trends go back and forth. Presently farmers are being informed there are probiotics to increase yields. This is rubbish.  |||plants Probiotics in Absolute up Nonsense on plants. |
Crop probiotics
It is said that supplements will expand profitability, make plants hardier and strengthen pest resistance. Australia is told its regulation allow supply of ineffective products. Particular Producers need laws to give them the market to ensure decent supplies  What a major lie this is!  ||| Probiotics at Plants no Absolute ah Nonsense. | ||    

Right now researchers do not know much about biostimulant organisms, so it is ridiculous to put forward the supposition that a product works.  Scientific testing is required to provide a level playing field between growers and micro-supplement providers   |.| not. |.|   
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To stimulate better growth complex chemical signals must be sent between the acting chemical and the plants.  Furthermore the ultimate effect on storage and transport of signal vegetables must be known. A test was carried out on sugarcane. No advantage of any sort was recognized in the crop.   | Probiotics me Absolute um Nonsense..
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Nanodots From Pencil Leads

If you want to improve the efficiency of solar cells, use your pencil. Well, the graphite in pencils can now be used to make tiny nanodots. Graphite rods in sodium hydroxide solution produce nanodots which can potentially be used to augment existing solar panels.
Nanodots from pencil leads
The Pencil study involved using pencil "leads" as the cathode and anode, which were dropped into ethanolic sodium hydroxide. Nano particles of 3 nanometers (nm) were produced. Nanodots in a compound with carboxyl and hydroxyl collected on the anode. The nanodots were then drawn into the pores of a titanium and silicon dioxide template.

Other mesoporous materials have been tested. They each have particular properties in regard to sensing, catalysis and optoelectronics. This allows for fine tuning of solar panels. The pencil lead system improved current transfer from simulated sunlight by 38 per cent.
 Chemistry by Ty Buchanan 
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Robot to Replace Dumb Farm Workers

The robot age is here!  That is if you believe what scientists are trying to tell us.  Shouting and waving your hands in the air about a new thing is par for the course.  We have heard it all before: mew thing, great leap forward, and so on.

Apparently, the new gadget is a robot for use on a farm.  Developed in Australia, the machine wanders around the farm "keeping an eye" on crops and pests.  It is guided by hyperspectral cameras and sensors.  The initial field test, forgive the pun, was at a vegetable growing property where beetroot, spinach and onions are grown.

The robot has a mechanical arm for pulling up weeds - wow productivity will go through the roof!  Just how fast will this thing go?  Unfortunately, it moves very slowly.  Scientists say it will free up staff from manual labor.  This is absolute rubbish.  How does it know what is a weed and what is a valuable plant?

Unless it does high-tech stuff it will not prove to be beneficial.  If it can detect pests and diseases very early, it will be useful.  However, manual labor does take a high level of intelligence.  You must know how the job is to be done usually without supervision.  Scientists wrongly believe that farm workers are dumb.
Science by Ty Buchanan
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