Thursday, September 11, 2014

Buddhist music = more and better rice

Farmers in a village in East China's Fujian Province have claimed that Buddhist music playing in the fields has helped them to increase their rice production.
Output in Liangshan village went up by 15% after residents installed 500 lotus-shaped speakers in the rice paddies to engulf the crops in a wave of soothing mantras, the Global Times newspaper reports. Local authorities say the musical rice fields also yielded larger grains, while the silent paddies with no music suffered from pests.

1 comment:

  1. Buddhist mantras can be utilized to control,appease or increment.My guess here is Buddhist mantras can expand growth in adapting and in addition in plants or the climate.Mantras discharges positive energy so its very sensible that these positive energy had positive consequences for plants as well.