INSIDE THE CRYSTAL: Crystal & Plant Experiment Final Results – August 2016

Hello Crystal Friends!

For anyone who has missed the plant experiment, please check out these links before reviewing the results. Darren goes over all the materials required, watering, measuring and fertilizing details as well in this series.

Watch now by clicking on the links below.

“INSIDE THE CRYSTAL” Blog – Crystals & Your Garden

INSIDE THE CRYSTAL BLOG – Crystals & Stress 

INSIDE THE CRYSTAL – Plant Experiment Week 3

INSIDE THE CRYSTAL – Plant Experiment Week 4

INSIDE THE CRYSTAL June Plant Experiment Update

INSIDE THE CRYSTAL – July Plant Experiment Update

And now the  moment we’ve all been waiting for…

How exciting to share the final results from our months long Plant & Crystal experiment.

We never know what the results are going to be either, so it’s been a great time for both of us to share this with you!

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Watch this video as Rebecca shows you a literal overview of the tomato plants involved in the experiment.

Now that you can see a difference in how some of the tomato plants have performed, lets listen as Darren explains the actual findings.

Now what about the most important thing, taste and quality.  Well we managed to get some “official Lab results” here, so be sure to watch!

Hope you enjoyed that video as much as we did making it!

As you can see, from this first plant experiment that we have shared with you, we have some sound results out of 22 plants, that Crystals do aid in plant growth, and that the location, above or below soil does matter, as does the type of Crystal you use.   Keep in mind this is about as “controlled” as we could get without having an actual green house and technical lab equipment (we prefer our Lab! ha ha), so of course there are always uncontrolled variables, however we are very happy with the results and is enough proof for us to keep going and doing more experiments.

In Summary:

If you are going to use any kind of Crystal or Rock, below ground seems to do the best.

The top 5 stones to choose for this purpose for this used in this experiment are Smoky Quartz, Clear Quartz, Citrine, Blue Kyanite and Kunzite.

Tomatoes were classified by “ready to eat”, meaning red, plump and not just with a red tinge.

Here is the final count of “ready to eat” tomatoes for each type:


Quartz Below: 

0 tomatoes – Rutilated Quartz & Amethyst

4 tomatoes – Rose Quartz

5 tomatoes – Citrine

8 tomatoes – Clear Quartz

10 tomatoes – Smoky Quartz

Quartz Above:

0 tomatoes – Rose Quartz & Clear Quartz

1 tomato – Rutilated Quartz

3 tomatoes – Amethyst

6 tomatoes – Citrine & Smoky

8 tomatoes on Control, but noticeably smaller than all the ones counted


Crystals Below:

0 tomatoes – Moonstone & Moldavite

3 tomatoes – Green Calcite

7 tomatoes – Blue Kyanite & Kunzite

Crystals Above:

0 tomatoes – Green Calcite & Moonstone & Control

2 tomatoes – Blue Kyanite & Kunzite & Moldavite

Stay tuned and see what we come up with next spring… in fact we might even start it in the winter, but you’ll have to stay tuned to find out what that will be about.

In the meantime time to go enjoy the “fruits of our labour” and make some fresh delicious Pico de Gallo!

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Thanks for stopping by and note that for July and August we are going to be posting every other week so you can be outside enjoying the weather with your loved ones!

Happy Summer, and we will be back in a few weeks with more about Crystals.

Send us your questions, comments or suggested Blog topics to [email protected].  We would love to hear from you!

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