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Christall presents Life in Images

qualitatively very good compost

(click to enlarge the chroma, click next to the enlargement to return to the page)


Some possibilities of roundfilter-chromatography (method Ehrenfried Pfeiffer)

• Monitoring aiming for fertility

• Visualizing the quality of manure, compost, combination of manure and compost

• Making quality visible of the components of our food

• Testing on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in soil, manure, food etc.
• Aid in determining the soil quality of land in lease or before purchase
• Distinction of organic and regular grown products
• Making visible the quality of seed and seedlings

• See for more options the application page

Roundfilter-chromatography according to Ehrenfried Pfeiffer


tomato organic                                                                       tomato non-organic 

The difference between organic and non-organic is clearly to see in the image, also for the layman, however difficult to describe. Organic tomatos appears to smell tastier  more than the non-organic. In the image, the chroma of organic tomato is at least more colorful and more differentiated. There are more aspects visible, but explanation goes to far in this place.



bleeding horse-chestnut                                                                 healthy horse-chestnut

The harmonic, the radiation, shows health and vitality. That's the same with trees. The above images of two horse-chestnuts are showing the chroma's of the bark of a bleeding horse chestnut at the left (even in the chroma the red-brown fluid exceeds its borders).

The chroma at the right side is that of a chestnut that doesn't bleed and the chroma is much more harmonic. But in the chroma one can see the tendency of the inner region to exceed the borders. That means that the tree will start bleeding in the near future althought it looks healthy from the outside. These are just a few examples discussed in a limited way because chroma's might show you much more. 

By clicking the chroma's you increase them and the differences and nuances are better visible. After this, you need to click next to the chroma to return to the page.

To conclude this introduction we show you a beautiful chroma of honey-mustard. A small beekeeping business in Germany makes special products. The quality is easily visible in the chroma, the taste is sublime and the preparation of the honey-mustard is unique.

For those who want to know more, take a look at the website of the Regenbogenhof from Heidi and Rainer Pernotzky:  

honey-mustard from Regenbogenhof (Germany)