From Kook Science

Electroculture is a method of applying atmospheric electricity to the fertilization of plant life;[1] this may also be extended to include magnetism (magnetoculture), radio, light (chromopathy), and sound. The application of electroculture is intended to assist the agriculturalist to "accelerate growth rates, increase yields, and improve crop quality", as well as "protect plants from diseases, insects and frost."[2]

Early Reading on Electroculture

The following articles form a brief, historical basis from which to continue reading on electroculture.


  1. As defined by Justin Christofleau in his book Electroculture (1927)
  2. Nelson, Robert A., Electro-Culture (The Electrical Tickle),,