11-14-2010, 07:43 PM
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* Increases the transport rate of sugars & phosphates.
* Increases the production of natural plant sugars, oils and
* Significantly increases overall root length.
* Decreases plants height.
* Decrease vegetative growth overall.
How it Works:
The introduction of these micro-organisms into the growing
media or solution will convert NO3 and NH4 into N2 gas,
which is then released into the atmosphere & now unavailable
for plant uptake. Releasing these micro-organisms at specific
phases of the plant life cycle increases the intake of phosphates
and potassium ions (now no longer competing with the nitrogen
ions) thus increasing the plants response to both of those
elements and as a result maximizing fruit and flower production.
These microbes also produce specific organic compounds which
enhance the biochemical mechanisms which trigger flower and
fruit development in plants.
These micro-organisms are a specific marine bacteria developed
by a marine biologist in Long Beach California. They are very
susceptible to light, chlorine a d Chloramines. To get the best
results follow directions carefully.
"In the uptake of nutrients from the soil food web, sulphur is the catalyst for carbon chemistry, boron gives us sap pressure and silicon builds the capillary action that transports plant sap. Only then can calcium, magnesium and amino acids be delivered to cell division sites for chlorophyll manufacture. As chlorophyll catches light, phosphorous transfers energy into sugar production—after which a mix of sugars and more complex products follow potassium through the silica pathways to provide energy or its storage wherever required in the plant."