Sardinia Pilot Installation | DPE Agriculture

2019 Pilot with DPE Agriculture in Sardinia


The first image below is from a crop without DPE - the second image shows the results from a crop with DPE was installed.
No DPE installed

Without DPE installed

After DPE installed

After DPE installation


This corn crop with the DPE Agriculture is 65% taller than without it.

• 6mm (24 points) + 9mm (36 points) + 5mm (20 points)

• 80 points (less than an inch) for the growing period.

• Corn plant height 4.20m (13 ft 9 inches)

Young plants with the DPE Agriculture.

• 5/6 cobs of 380/405 grams (13.4/14.3 oz)

Using the Energies of the Earth, Sun and Cosmos the DPE Agriculture triggers a dramatic change in plant growth rates and crop yields.

50% more plant growth

200% increased crop yield

50% less water required

No fertiliser required

No pesticides required

Greatly Extended Growing Season

DPE will extend the growing season, which in some cases will enable two crops per season. Additionally, plants will grow with about 50% less water. The DPE Agriculture enhancement zone is 300 acres or 120 hectares, whilst the DPE environmental protection zone has expanded to 3km (1.9 miles). As a bonus, the DPE Agriculture significantly ameliorates odors coming from the intense farming of pigs, dairy cows and other livestock.

DPE has a bonus for those living near a wind farm. If you have a wind turbine installation nearby, you know they generate a lot of noise and other forms of interference. The DPE Agriculture has the same effect on this interference as falling snow. If you have experienced falling snow, you will know it is very quiet. This is because the snow crystals act in a manner to break up the sound. This behavior is replicated by the DPE Agriculture.


The first image below is a corn crop without DPE installed - the second image shows a corn crop (same age) where a DPE was installation.

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Without DPE installation

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After DPE installation



Marco Villacidro - a greenhouse grower in Sardinia.

See below:

  • Enhanced sizes - a 4 kg tomato
  • Tomato harvest at 50 days before normal ripening
  • Cherry tomatoes 4 weeks after planting.

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Villacidro has a prevailing Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and dry while in winter the temperature is mild. The average annual temperature for Villacidro is 20°C, and there is 116 mm of rain in a year. The climate is dry 206 days a year, with an average humidity of 69%, and a UV index of 5. It is in one of the driest areas of Italy.