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Boost grows up to 40% with electricity.

Posted by itselectric ny (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 31, 09 at 10:27

has anybody ever heard of elecroculture? I have and want some people to test out our units. electroculture is growing with electricity. a small electric current can enhance the ion channels in the stems and roots causing cells to divide faster and thus making grows bigger. I set up a classified ad on ebay for people to contact me for information about the elctrification kits.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300343433592


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RE: Boost grows up to 40% with electricity.

pictures of what your advertising woulda been nice. but, to me, it smells kinda. . . . .




meaty.


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RE: Boost grows up to 40% with electricity.

Meaty?


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RE: Boost grows up to 40% with electricity.

Specially
Processed
American
Meat


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RE: Boost grows up to 40% with electricity.

How did I not get that?


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