Asafetida (Ferula assa foetida L.) A medicinal plant is one of the most important species of Apiaceae, whose seeds have a relatively long dormancy period. Its economic output is the resin known as Asafetida. This gum is extracted by cutting the apex of the plant.The high demand for pharmaceutical industry for gum products has made a unique opportunity for farmers to initiate and expand the plant cultivation in arable lands. In this research, bioresonance technique was used to increase seed germination speed. For this purpose, a research was conducted at the laboratory level using different treatments at the Bioresonance Research Laboratory of Amir Kabir University. This experiment was carried out in a factorial arrangement in a completely randomized design with 3 replications. The results of using this new technique showed that the germination rate and germination percentage of seeds increased significantly. Based on the results, cold and solutions that were sterilized by a bioresonance apparatus over 300 seconds on distilled water were stored by different electromagnetic frequencies and had the most effect on seed germination percent and speed. To be The highest germination percentage was 96.6% in treatments 5 and 10, Comparison of mean of Duncan test showed a difference significant between treatments 1 and 10, which can be said that by increasing the time in the storage of electromagnetic frequencies, speed and germination percentage increased, as the rate of germination in seeds under Electromagnetism treatments increased significantly compared to the control sample, with a significant reduction in the germination time of 40 days in the control samples to 15 days in the electromagnetic treatment. The use of bioresonance technique in the field of agriculture covers a wide range. This technique can lead to extensive changes in the molecular and phenotypic levels of plants, so it can be argued that this method can be used to induce germination to increase germination of the seed that has a long dormancy. Considering the importance of this herb, solving the problem of germination using this technique is the first step in the domestication process[1, 2].