Did you know roots comprise nearly half the total mass of plants? Around each root, rootlet, and root hair is a thin layer of soil. This is called the rhizosphere. This area functions very much like a bustling “marketplace” in the city square. Don’t let your plants suffer from a lack of roots! The proliferation of plant rootlets and root hairs corresponds to the level of available calcium in the soil and in the plant. To have a healthy rhizosphere you must have an abundance of calcium. The rhizosphere is the place where soil, plant roots, and hordes of soil microbes interact. You see bacteria have a desperate need for sugars. This is their main energy source. And since they are not capable of making their own sugars they must get them from plants. At the same time plants have a desperate need for minerals. This must come from decomposed rocks. Decomposing rocks is the special task given to bacteria. As soil microbes multiply they digest minerals from the rocks and soil. When bacteria die the nutrients in their bodies are released into the soil solution and taken up by plants. The key to growing really awesome plants is to grow a large population of soil bacteria. Here is where it gets amazing. Without a proper supply of minerals, plants can’t make enough sugars. Without a proper supply of sugars, bacteria can’t digest enough minerals. The worst problem occurs when the supply of minerals in the soil are critically deficient. This is like an economic depression in the marketplace. The way to overcome an economic depression is to create an economic boom. How can you create an “economic boom” for plants?
- By Supplying Minerals in the Soil
- By Supplying Calcium to Dramatically Increase Plant Roots
- By Supplying Bacteria in the Root Zone
- By Creating a Thriving Rhizosphere
This is exactly what Transplant Formula does for your plants.
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