High dilutions of Magonia pubescens hidrogel affect germination variables in Sorghum bicolor L. Moench
Carlos Moacir Bonato, Beatriz Rigon, Aleandro Ferreira de Souza, Carolina Bertuzzi Pereira, Bruno Reis.
Introduction: In science homeopathic diseases or physiological disorders are not considered just a result of
abiotic and biotic factors, but rather a consequence of loss of organic system homeostasis. Homeopathic
science is currently being used efficiently in the control of plagues, plant diseases, in the increase of
medicinal plants’ active principles and in plant metabolism[4,5]. Although actual results, both in the
academic and field-level, very little is known about physiological mechanisms action of homeopathic medicine
on germination process. This work aims to study the effect of M. pubescens hydrogel, on some physiological
variables of sorghum germination (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench).
Research papers concerning agrohomeopathy, homeopathy (if relevant), potentised BD remedies and so forth.