Feasibility study of application of bioresonance frequencies in hydroponic culture medium to increase plant metabolites without the need for chemical fertilizers (Triticum case study)

Document Type : Original Article


1 Shahid Beheshti Environmental Research Institute And Health Technology Research Institute, Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

2 Health Technology Research Institute, Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

3 Plant Production Group, Agricultural Research Institute, Scientific and Industrial Research Organization of Iran


Today, replacing the achievements of biotechnology with chemical fertilizers and pesticides is one of the main goals of environmental protection in agriculture. Intensification in electromagnetic waves is called resonance; that the use of resonant frequencies in agriculture can be considered as one of the new methods of biotechnology. These frequencies can cause large changes in molecular and phenotypic levels in plants. Wheat amplification resonance, plant growth acceleration, and general root growth and a combination treatment of these three frequencies) where used in a completely randomized design with 5 replications. Also, for statistical analysis, ANOVA and Duncan post hoc tests in SPSS 24 statistical software were used. The results of initial vigor, root length, shoot length, fresh weight, and dry weight of plant biomass and consequently the tendency of wheat to plant growth, in all treatments compared to the control sample at the level of 0.05% showed a significant increase. As a result, the use of resonant frequencies in hydroponic culture medium, due to the environmentally friendly nature of these waves, can be a good alternative to many pesticides and chemical fertilizers and eliminate their destructive and non-environmental effects.