Eng. Jesús Tineo Raimundo, Piura, Peru, South America
I am a graduate of the National University of Piura. I am an Industrial Engineer and I work for the Multinational company called Dole. My best experience, I can say, was at the banana plantation Fundo Homa Joselito in Chulucanas. My job is to visit the farms daily for quality control. I met Andrés Arango in this Homa Farm. He is a Homa technician. He told me about this Homa technology and its effects in farming. Continue reading “Homa Banana Plantation, Joselito, Piura, Peru”
According to Homa agriculture, which comes from the Science of VRUKSHA AYURVEDA, more than 75% of the nutrition for the plant comes from the atmosphere.
HOMA FARM ‘JOSELITO’
Homa Technician Andres Arango, responsible for the practice of the Homa Fires (photo left)
"In this banana farm we have observed two stages: one without Homa Therapy applications and the other, post or with Homa Technology, when the correct and proper implementation of this Super Technology began.
Peru, South America
What made us interested in researching and establishing a Homa Resonance Point on our farm, “AgroBien?” Something unusual happened recently. At the office, I keep a pineapple plant, which I like to show, every time a friend comes for a visit, since the farm is quite distant. When I left for vacation in the month of May, this pineapple plant was one year old and still had not developed. Although I had put some fertilizer, it was sick, yellow and did not grow.
Continue reading “Agronomist Alex Cordoba’s Story”
guanábana, graviola, (sour sop)
My son had a guanabana tree which did not give fruits for years. It gave a few, but they were not edible. They were small and dry.
After spreading Agnihotra ash for one month, this tree started to bear large size fruits. The tree is now full of fruits. The tree does not believe anything; it just reacts to the energy of Agnihotra.
Mr. Manuel shows the size of the guanabana (soursop) after receiving Agnihotra ash. His son David Angel (pictured right) practicing Agnihotra.
Soursop is now being recognised for its cancer-killing properties.
Usually it is inconceivable that certain plants may produce in places out of their zone. With Homa Super technology, we have seen how ‘quinoa’ produces high yields with great quality on the coastal area, and even better than in their native mountain area.
The size and diameters of turnips or cabbage can be very large. The size of each fruit, leave, etc. is bigger. The taste and healing qualities of herbs on a Homa farm are very strong. Continue reading “Agronomist Jorge del Busto’s Observations”
Homa Farm: Hotel Cantayo
The Cantayo farm has a wide variety of organic fruits, medicinal herbs and plants, also animals and much more – you have to visit and experience this unique atmosphere and you will be carried away by its beauty.
Continue reading “Enzo Desto’s Story”
Region: San Martín
A letter from cattle farmer, Americo Perez, to Engineer Sara Carrion Vega, the Director Of The Agrarian Agency – Tocache.
Tocache, 28th of April, 2000
I greet you very cordially through the present letter and at the same time take advantage of the opportunity to thank you so much, for the possibility given to me to work with an ecological and organic technique called Homa Therapy in the rearing of my cattle. In this technique no chemical substances or veterinary products are used. The results are wonderful and achieved in a very short time. It is really surprising, but the execution is very easy and most important, extremely economic.
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Homa Farm: Three Sisters
Aucayacu, Huanuco Region, Peru
After six months application of Homa Therapy – TOTAL REJUVENATION!
“Before starting to work with Homa Therapy, my situation, similar to the one of any peasant from the High Huallaga region, was of total despair and one which people do not understand: I thought I no longer had any resource to heal my crops, since I tried all chemical substances that the Government agency supplied to me. Nothing worked. Plagues and diseases continued, and the yield of the crops continued to diminish each time more and more.”
Continue reading “Edgar Arevalo Patow’s Story”