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Available biophotons for the treatment of liquid manure, stable manure, compost, potting soil, rainwater and irrigation water for use on grassland, in arable farming, in home gardens, for commercial and ornamental plant cultivation. Content: 5,2 kg

Art no.: ANT


ANT - AgriNaturalTec - Energetic

Introduction and connections:

ANT is an energetic for soil and plants to improve the biodiversity of grassland, the health of soil life and the growth of cultivated and ornamental plants.

The elementary importance of this product is based on the following contexts and facts.  

Anyone who takes a close look at the state of the plant world will notice that various things are no longer as they were a few decades ago. In the most diverse media there is more and more talk about the fact that our food (or perhaps only food) often contains only a fraction of the vital substances as it did in the fifties of the last century. The reports that more and more of the so-called foodstuffs harvested are contaminated with a wide variety of pollutants, heavy metals, hormones and drug residues are also worrying. Incidentally, we find exactly the same substances in our drinking water.

These substances have been added to nature exclusively by humans since the beginning of the industrial age, and massively since the end of the Second World War. Since our nature has enormous self-healing powers, the effects of the pollutant and poison inputs often only become visible decades later.


"Only biological processes take place in nature - nature does not produce chemicals - nature does not make mistakes - nature does not stink and is therefore simple and perfect!"

Nature only tolerates natural things!

In nature, especially in the upper soil layer, processes take place that most people know nothing about. Intensive research in this field has been carried out in special institutes since the time of the Weimar Republic. The results and elementary findings of this research were not published and made public in a big way, but were withheld from some insiders and the alternative specialist literature.

Briefly summarised, these researches can lead to the following results:

  • In our upper soil layer (topsoil) live a multitude of small and micro organisms (beetles, worms, microorganisms), which are responsible for the biological processes for the conversion of nutrients and trace substances.   
  • These living organisms are by nature subject to an absolute and orderly structure, only in this way can they fully fulfil their function - here we speak of the microcosm.
  • Depending on the soil layer, microorganisms have building and decomposing tasks - the exchange of nutrients for humus formation between the soil layers takes place primarily through earthworms.
  • Nature does not produce chemical compounds, so any kind of input of chemical substances is to be regarded as a massive disturbance for the microcosm of soil life.    
  • Growth, formation and storage of nutrients in plants is based on photosynthesis (formerly called "the miracle of growth and life"). Through the further development of optical measuring instruments, we now know that this is a process that is due to the release of bio-photons. Bio-photons are tiny flashes of laser light that can be made visible between cells during metabolism.

Knowledge of these connections naturally turns much of the teaching of crop production, and thus the N-P-K craze, completely on its head. In conventional literature, state schools and official advice, these issues are either ignored, sabotaged, played down and, not least, very often ridiculed.   

The fact is that all life on our planet, whether plant, animal or human, is fundamentally dependent on the humus-containing upper layer of soil. Even the condition of our drinking water, the most important foodstuff of all, is decisively influenced by the health or illness and the condition and composition of the soil life and thus the plant population.

How did ANT come about?

Why did it come about that our company had to think about the growth of plants and the associated health of humans and animals?

Through our work in the field of organic energetics and the associated support of many farms under the most diverse

We have noticed time and again that conventional farming methods often no longer work, or work only to a limited extent.

Alternatively managed or organic farms are often looking for ways to improve the health of their soils and animals and thus the entire farm operations. Since the "conventional way" is no longer effective here or is no longer desired, we have come across the aforementioned contexts.

It is striking that, especially in the area of animal health, many preparations and products, often tried and tested for decades, suddenly no longer work.

We, too, always try to provide people with products whose benefits are recognisable on many levels. As a result of the occasional "malfunctioning" of tried and tested preparations and substances that have been successful hundreds of times over, we have come to realise that both the quality of the drinking water and the quality of the basic feed are essential for keeping livestock healthy.

Today we know that if a certain product or preparation does not work, there is usually an elementary malfunction in the system. When there are problems with animal health, the first thing that is usually done is to unpack the programme of chemical clubs and various additives for the feed, instead of first of all getting to the root of the problem and checking the quality of the basic feed and drinking water.

In order to be able to produce high-quality, healthy and energetically perfect basic fodder, a high-quality and healthy growth basis for the fodder to be produced is required.

(Common mustard, dock or e.g. corn bunt cannot be the basis for healthy animals and thus ultimately healthy people).

When nothing useful grows any more and the consequences:

More and more farmers complain about a lack of plant growth, declining quality and energetic deficits in their harvested products and the resulting health problems in animals and, not least, often in humans.

If you drive through our landscape attentively, this may not surprise you. If we take a closer look at most of the areas, it is noticeable that especially in grassland there is a serious decline in the number of species.

Common mustard, dock growth close to pure culture, fungal grain fields and maize bunt are the order of the day, among other things!

Even the musty smell, especially that of the common dock, the red and grey lumps of mould in the maize silage, or of "grey straw", indicates a fungal infection and thus the contamination by the most diverse bacteria and fungal cultures. Even if the course of a silage process did not go in the desired and naturally predetermined direction, our nose notices this immediately. (Remember: nature does not stink).

The fact that these deficits may not least be the result of modern, commonly used manure management is something that many farmers are simply not yet aware of or made aware of. The massively advertised and recommended use of NPK fertilisers and pesticides was then the signal for our still halfway intact soil life with its orderly microcosm to retire and largely say goodbye.

The connection that animal health, consequently the health of the product produced and thus also the health of humans is fundamentally dependent on the biodiversity of the plants in the feed is often not recognised. Immense veterinary costs, expensive feed supplements, cost-intensive soil, feed and animal examinations, in which often no clear findings can be identified, are then often the consequences.

Animal health and feeding advice centres are often at a loss. In order not to have to admit this ignorance and incompetence to the farmer with the problem, often completely senseless and, not least, excessively expensive measures are initiated with operational hectic. Strikingly often, the results of these measures are only short-lived or the effect is completely absent. The financial burden on the farmer grows, the stress of the unchanging situation remains or continues to grow.

How and why does ANT(Agri-Natural-Tec) work?

ANT activates the soil life in a balancing and harmonising direction. With the use of ANT the bio-photon production is sustainably increased, so that a clearly healthier condition is recognisable in the growing plants.

By activating the soil life in the desired direction, a positive change in the plant population is perceptible after only a few applications.

If the soil life is actively positively active, the nutrients are specifically metabolised for the healthy plant stock. Plants whose life is dependent on freely available, easily soluble nutrients, such as those found in mineral fertilisers and rotted manure, become nutrient deficient over time and are thus noticeably pushed back. Often, the desired starvation and absence of undesired plant species becomes visible within a year. And all this without dead spraying, ploughing up and reseeding.

From practice:

Through the use of ANT and the associated activation of soil life, the following experiences can be reported from practice in recent years:

  • The treated growth makes a more vital and stronger impression, the differences between treated and untreated areas are clearly noticeable.   
  • Even during longer dry periods, the plants retain their vitality for a longer time due to the better water retention capacity of the soil.      
  • Treated stands show a more closed scar after cutting, a lush green and can thus grow back better.
  • The burden of so-called weeds and grass weeds as well as soil and plant pests decreased drastically in some cases.
  • When feeding products from ANT-treated areas, the animals' intake of mineral feed and salt visibly decreases after a certain period of time. This observation is based on the fact that with a functioning soil life, many of the required vital substances are produced again and made available to the animal in an available form.
  • In extreme weather (hail, heat, storm, driving rain) one can observe a particular insensitivity of the treated areas, both in grassland and in arable farming.


Dosage and application:

To prove our credibility, we have designed ANT in such a way that it is possible for the practitioner to also treat partial areas or particularly stressed areas in order to thus obtain comparative results.

ANT is dosed directly into the suction hose of the slurry tanker to enable targeted treatment of areas. Experienced ANT users stir ANT directly into the slurry pit or dose it via the channels in the barn.  

Experience has shown that in the first year, 1-1.5 kg per hectare and crop are required for grassland. In arable farming, the annual requirement is approx. 4-5 kg per hectare. ANT is available in practical, resealable 5-litre buckets with a measuring cup for 6 cubic metres of slurry.

ANT is suitable for the treatment of slurry, solid manure, seed and planting material, arable land, grassland, horticultural and ornamental areas. Let your advisor inform you in detail about the manifold effects and application possibilities of ANT.


Content: 5,2 kg