Torfinn (61) has invented a compound that leaves farmers in shock, as it increases crops by up to 200 percent.
If the invention by Torfinn Johnsen from Sandnes in Norway is only half as good as he says, it can change much of the world's agriculture.
For years he measured protons and electrons, ie electrical charges in the air, for his allergy, not knowing that the measurements would give him an Eureka-experience years later.
Johnsen's measurements show that the amount of protons in the air increased with contamination after the 80s and the 90s. When the air is positively charged it "steals" the electrons from the sun rays - and these are electrons that plants need to grow.
A video posted by the Norwegian TV channel TV2, shows how farmers are testing the compound on a test-field and then measuring the crop compared to a field without it.
The field that has not been fertilized by Torfinn's compound was measured to 1,16 kg and the field with the fertelizer was measured to 12,6 kg, 12 times as much. This test was 1,5 years ago and now Torfinn has improved the invention.
Torfinn Johansen has met many sceptics along the way, and he has heard a lot of comments like "too good to be true" and "too unbelievable".
However, one of the most experienced physicists in Norway, professor Ove Ånensen in Kristiansand, who has followed Johansens work for a long time, is impressed.
He believes Johansen has revolutionized agriculture with his invention and says Johansen is a great inventor who understands nature.
Johansen himself says he would not sell his invention even if someone offered 50 million for it.
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