The electronic effect is allowing the water to utilize what is available to it with greater efficiency. Fewer agrochemicals are normally needed when the electronically treated water is being used. The basic building blocks for plant growth and maintenance are water and carbon dioxide, from these two components energy from sunlight is used to generate plant materials and growth.
The reagents and factors that are in most agrochemicals are related more to controlling disease and eliminating insects than providing materials for growth needed by the plant. Co-factors (minerals for the most part) and vitamins, as well as, components that are non-existent, such as additional nitrogen may be necessary especially when one takes into account the phenomenal growth which is demonstrated when the unit is used. The additional factors, however, will be utilized with more efficiency and less will be required that is normally demonstrated when the unit is not used.