In 2013 and 2014 Sally did a plant project testing the transformative effects of transmitting the Trivedi Effect energy to seeds first and then to the plants for the growing season. These results were compared to a control group of plants for which conditions were identical, except the control plants did not receive the energy transmissions. Pictures comparing the control and treated plants follow.
Sally had not planted a garden as an adult. As a child she helped her mother plant and maintain an acre and a half garden each summer on their farm. Even though she had this gardening experience, she had never had the responsibility of a garden. For this project she had to learn the specifics of each step.
Both 2013 and 2014 seeds were purchased and divided into two groups from the same packet of seeds. Prior to planting an energy transmission was done to the treated seeds and then the same number of treated and control seeds were planted with the two rows 5 feet apart. The two groups received the same amount of water and were in identical soil conditions. The treated group continued to receive regular energy transmissions (averaging 5 times per week) throughout the growing season while a neutral attitude toward the control group was maintained.
Differences between Treated and Control plants in both 2013 and 2014 were noted in the areas of germination rate, resiliency and strength of plant structures when subjected to inclement weather, size (height, leaf, stem, roots), complexity of leaf structures, different shape of leaves, thickness of leaves, complexity and length of roots, stem size and surface of stems, resistance to pests, yield, quality of produce including differences in shape, size, color and flavor, appearance of health, color and vibrancy.
These differences were observed and are shown in pictures of the plants, roots, stems and leaves.
At that time there was no plan that this would be presented as a formal study. Because of this, careful records of specific ongoing measurements of progress and differences were not kept.