Magnetic water (MW) is water that has been passed through a magnetic field. Magnetic water treatment devices (MTDs) or magnetic water softeners are environmentally friendly, with low installation costs and no energy requirements. MW can be used to increase crop yield, induce seed germination and benefit the health of livestock. MW treatment is currently used in Australia, Bulgaria, China, England, Japan, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Turkey and the United States for these purposes (Qados and Hozyan, 2010 and Hozayn and Qados, 2010). It is believed that magnetized water used for irrigation can improve water productivity (Duarte Diaz et al ., 1997), thus conserving water supplies for the expected future global water scarcity. MW has also been found to be effective at preventing and removing scale deposits in pipes and water containing structures. Magnetized water also can increase the levels of CO2 and H+ in soils comparable to the addition of fertilizers. Cleaning agents have an increased effectiveness when combined with the power of MW, and the amount of cleaner used can be reduced by one-third to one-fourth (Kronenberg, 1993).
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“Then also we have developed an industry thesis,” he continued. “One of the things that I’ve been talking about is that we’re at the beginning of a marijuana market metamorphosis, where we think that the dual markets will combine and consolidate into one larger market, because it is not practical to operate two markets in any state, as there are duplicate efforts involved. We have seen this in Washington and Oregon, and now, California is discussing this as a possibility as it moves forward with developing a regulatory framework.”