Effects of orgonite on flora

First of all I cannot guarantee that you will get exactly the same results as the ones on the photos below; however it is evident that orgonites generally have positive and beneficial effects on plants. You should also be aware that all the examples below are with vegetable gardens that are 100% organic/natural, devoid of any kind of chemical pesticides and/or chemical fertilizers.

Many examples below are a summary of the examples on this page: Visible effect of Orgone on vegetation

This person planted the same vegetables in two different vegetable gardens, one with orgonite, the other without orgonite. Apart from this difference, both gardens are exactly the same, except for the orientation with respect to the sun, but just that difference cannot explain the huge differences that were observed.

Both gardens during summer 2004 (left normal, right with orgonites):

With Nicole comments:

Now, you can really see a difference between the plants in the gardens on the right-hand side, they are greener, produce more flowers (thus more vegetables) and the vegetables look better.

The garden on the left produces a small amount of regular cucumbers and those which grown there are often deformed (,), a little in the form of comma the seedlings of the gherkins are already starting to die, in the left garden.

For now, it seems to produced more tomatos (they are still green) in the seedlings of the garden of right-hand side, although the tomatos of the two gardens seem to mature with the same speed. It is quite a bad year for the zucchinis (not dry enough) one nevertheless sees a difference in the color of the leaves (greener in the garden of right-hand side).

The basket in the photographs of the Right-hand side (Above) shows some specimens of the garden of right-hand side (of cucumber ‘ ‘ burpless”) which are usually collected at 8 -10 inches, reached at least 12-14 inches!

The same experiment during summer 2005, except that in this case only one type of vegetable was planted: The marrows waltham Butternut

End of june 2005, beginning of the growth of marrows:

Mid-july 2005:

Normal garden

Garden with orgonites

Beginning of august 2005:

A view of both gardens

Normal garden

Garden with orgonites

The final comment:

I counted 16 big marrows in the organized garden and 5 small marrows in the normal garden on August 27.

On the same page there are also photos of tests with germinated seeds, the photos don’t need any comment..

For the following photos, I would like to thank Mark Bennett who graciously allowed me to use photos he made and collected around the UK from various people who grew vegetables with and without orgonites. ALl the following photos can be found on this page: Orgonite & gardening/farming

For these experiments, the person who grew these vegetables grew the vegetables in a good soil without orgonites and other vegetables in a less good soil but with orgonites.

Below are the photos from the normal vegetables and the ones that grew with orgonites: the largest vegetables are always the ones that grew with orgonites nearby.

A variety of round carrots:

Another variety of carrots:


A variety of beets:

Another variety of beets (I’m not sure if these are beets or not…):

A vegetable garden in a green house:

On the right are tomatoes that grew quite more (with orgonites), whereas the ones just next to those (in the middle of the photo, under the strings) are much smaller and also produced less tomatoes (without orgonites).

My neighbours also have a dozen of orgonites in their vegetable garden every year since 2009. We tried the experiment in 2009 by putting orgonites in one half of the garden and none in the other half. Since then I cannot compare anything anymore because they were convinced with the first try and since then they just spread orgonites all around the garden.

In 2009 the most obvious result was with the tomatoes (it was a good year for tomatoes too, orgonites can’t do everything if it rains all summer long..)

The side without orgonites:

The side with orgonites:

The difference between the tomatoes is obvious, but the most surprising is the natural presence of marigolds, the small red/yellow flowers on the ground, no one planted them! They are completely absent on the side without orgonites. I discovered later that these are flowers that are just great to plant with tomatoes, they reduce the presence of parasites which affect the flowering of the tomatoes (I did not know much about gardening at that time).

Since this year, since orgonites are spread all around the garden, marigolds grow naturally (if it’s a good year for tomatoes..) at the base of many tomato plants. Globally there are more plants and wild flowers between the vegetables which do not hinder the growth of anything and seem to be quite beneficial against many parasites.

The only ‘bad’ comments my neighbours made since they have orgonites, is that they have too many cucumbers and salads, they don’t know what to do with those anymore!

Another personal experiment I made with bananas also convinced me of the fact that vegetables/fruits stay fresh much longer when they are in a place with orgonites. I didn’t really think of publishing any of this so I have no photos of the evolution.. I simply left 3 bananas on a small pile of orgonites for almost 6 months, in the end the bananas were all completely black, but did not rot at all (be aware that they should not be kept in a place that is not too humid, else they’ll rot in any case). I ate them and they were delicious, very sugary (even too much). But there was no alcohol taste, which is usually a sign that they started rotting..

As you can see the skin was completely black, but the inside was perfectly fine, without any ‘large’ black spot as many would have expected!

Since then I noticed this effect with many other vegetables and fruits, they last longer in the presence of orgone ans thus orgonites.