The Leading Biotech Experts For Cannabis & Indoor Farming

Annual Revenues

Combining the "Best in Class" hardware and software, along with proprietary algorithms, indoor growers can now enjoy annual revenue increases of up to 30-40%.

With a reduction in needs for pesticides, 25-30% power savings, and spectral lighting solutions in the palm of your hands, each user is in control, all from their mobile device, Fractal AG is powering the next generation of market leaders to outpace their competition and solve huge problems while reducing operational cost.

Pre-Programmed or Fully Customizable Spectrum via App-Based Software

Our AI-controlled technology for autonomous parameter adjustments is pre-programmed to optimize a plant's exposure to the exact spectrums needed to optimize 100% of its genetic potential. We offer a library of specific spectrums for each cycle of the plant's growth that are driven by our proprietary algorithms.

We also provide each grower the opportunity to customize the spectrum arrangement as they see fit.


Years Of Lighting Experience

Unparalleled efficiency rating Factors

Our technology is providing only what the plant needs through dynamic spectrum operations. This provides a huge energy efficacy advantage over traditional static spectrum LED grow fixtures, 30-40% energy reduction is not unlikely.

UV Light Spectrum (100-400 nm)

Research shows environmental stress, fungus, and pests can also be reduced using controlled amounts of UV. Research has emerged that suggests an increase in cannabinoids like THC in Cannabis can be achieved using UV-B light (280nm – 315nm).

UV light spectrum, which is not visible to the human eye, is outside the PAR range (100nm-400nm). Around 10% of the sun’s light is ultraviolet, and like humans, plants can be harmed from overexposure to UV light. There are 3 catagories of UV, UV-A (315-400 nm), UV-B (280-315 nm), and UV-C (100-280 nm). While the benefits of ultraviolet light use in horticulture are still being researched, UV light is often associated with darker, purple coloring – in fact, small amounts can have beneficial effects on color, nutritional value, taste, and aroma.

The following are areas of research that Fractal is deeply involved in. Scalar Fields - Vibrational, or subtle energetic research has helped advance our understanding of scalar waves. One important discovery states that there are many different types of scalar waves, not just those of the electromagnetic variety. For example, there are vital scalar waves (corresponding with the vital or “qi” body), emotional scalar waves, mental scalar waves, causal scalar waves, and so forth. In essence, all “subtle” energies are made up of various types of scalar waves.

Some general properties of scalar waves (of the beneficial kind) include: Cause the molecular structure of water to become coherently reordered. Positively increase immune function in mammals and plants. Are involved in the formation process in nature.

Not all scalar waves, or subtle energies are beneficial to living systems. Electromagnetism of the 60 Hz AC variety, for example, emanates a secondary longitudinal/scalar wave that is typically detrimental to living systems. Our Earthing Probe Technology effectively cancels this detrimental wave and transmutes it into a beneficial wave. It also provides.

Patented earthing system that substantially increases growth rate and yields
through the use of Scalar wavelengths/Fields

Emerson Effect - Monochromatic Lasers - Now Super Emerson

Fractal uses both a proprietary Emerson Chip as well as our proprietary (patented) Monochromatic Blue and Red Spectrum Lasers.

The Emerson effect is about driving photosynthesis with part of the light PAR (400-680nm in this case), and part of the light far red color (700nm-740nm or so wavelength), which combined can result in photosynthesis rates higher than normal.

Robert Emerson used his work with red and far red light to deduce that there must be two photosystems, called photosystem I (PSI) and photosystem II (PSII). These are named in the order of discovery, but for photosynthesis the process starts with the PSII first.

Monochromatic light has a sharp drop off in photosynthesis at 680nm, this does not happen if far red light is added with about 720nm being most efficient in driving additional photosynthesis. Fractals Laser technology further enhances the spectrum to eliminate any drop off in the photosynthesis and when coupled with our proprietary Emerson chip, creating the Super Emerson Effect.

Other Benefits to the Fractal Technologies Include the ability to

Far-red photons alone minimally increased photosynthesis. This indicates that far-red photons are equally efficient at driving canopy photosynthesis when acting synergistically with traditionally defined photosynthetic photons. These results suggest that far-red photons (701-750 nm) should be included in the definition of photosynthetically active radiation.

Program The Plant To Grow The Way You Want
Automate Recovery Protocols
Mimic Any Spectrum At Any Altitude

Circadian Rhythms

The circadian response within plants and its impact and regulation on how and when a plant grows, makes a technology that simulates natural lighting vital. Fixed spectrums and density will lag in performance.

Plants, like animals, also have an internal clock that is impacted by circadian lighting. Plants coordinate their growth and development with the environment through integration of circadian clock and photosensory pathways.

PSEUDO-RESPONSE PROTEINS (PRRs) are a gene family vital for the generation of rhythms by the circadian clock. Plants have circadian clocks, or circadian oscillators, to adapt to a rhythmic environment. The circadian clock system can be divided into three parts: the core oscillator, the input pathways, and the output pathways. The PRRs have a role in all three parts. The PRRs can make protein complexes and bind to DNA, and the wide variety of protein-protein interactions are essential for the multiple roles in the circadian clock.

Today's molecular biologists know that Arabidopsis thaliana stems lengthen just before dawn. Studies in recent years have shown that this elongation of the stem in the young seedlings is controlled by PIF proteins, whose cellular accumulation depends on sunlight. Thus, light promotes the degradation of PIF proteins during the day. At night, however, PIF proteins accumulate inside the cell, and just before dawn, promote plant stem growth.

There are four primary PRR proteins (PRR9, PRR7, PRR5 and TOC1/PRR1) that perform the majority of interactions with other proteins within the circadian oscillator, and another (PRR3) that has limited function. These genes are all paralogs of each other, and all repress the transcription of Circadian Clock Associated 1 (CCA1) and Late Elongated Hypocotyl (LHY) at various times throughout the day. The expression of PRR9, PRR7, PRR5 and TOC1/PRR1 peak around morning, mid-day, afternoon and evening, respectively. As a group, these genes are one part of the three-part repressilator system that governs the biological clock in plants.

Launching Q1 - 2023

Fractal Technology

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Science of Growth