Silicon Fertilizer: The Special Fertilizer for Luxurious Plant Growth from Grow Genius
When taking care of your plants, you want only the best, right? Then we have exactly what you need - the Silicon Fertilizer from Grow Genius. This revolutionary fertilizer sets new standards in the field of silicon fertilizers and provides your plants with everything they need for healthy, vigorous growth.
What's special about the Grow Genius Silicon Fertilizer?
The answer is simple - it's the unique formula with 40% monosilicic acid (MSA). MSA is the only bioavailable form of silicon that your plants can absorb. And that's exactly what the Grow Genius Fertilizer provides - concentrated, cost-effective and environmentally friendly. With just one drop per liter of water per week, you ensure
- bigger, more robust plants
- and improved heat, disease, and pest resistance.
What does silicon mean for your plants?
Silicon is a game changer in private as well as industrial, agricultural plant cultivation. The 40% monosilicic acid improves nutrient efficiency and helps plants withstand abiotic stress such as heat, water stress, and strong winds. And the best part: The Grow Genius Fertilizer provides you with silicon in its bioavailable form - monosilicic acid.
The advantages of the Grow Genius Silicon Fertilizer at a glance
- 40% monosilicic acid
- Suitable for all types of plants
- Improves nutrient utilization
- Increases resistance to stress
- Biodegradable and pH-neutral
- No clogging of hoses and drippers
- No active ingredient loss
Can I use the silicon fertilizer both for watering and as a leaf spray?
Yes, you can use the Grow Genius Fertilizer both for
- watering and (1 drop (0.3ml)/ 10L / 1 week)
- as a leaf spray (0.5ml/ L/ 2 weeks)
Both applications have their own benefits, and together they offer your plants the best protection and care.
Why should I choose the Silicon Fertilizer from Grow Genius?
The Silicon Fertilizer from Grow Genius is not only ultra-effective, but also environmentally friendly and cost-effective. It is also biodegradable and pH-neutral. By choosing Grow Genius, you're choosing a product that your plants will love and that's good for our Earth.
Is there a possibility of overdose?
Exceeding the recommended dose can harm your plants. Due to the high purity of the silicon fertilizer, signs of overfertilization occur relatively late. In the event of overfertilization, thoroughly flush the substrate with water.
Should I apply more often?
Our GG Mono releases nutrients for about 7 days, so a weekly application is sufficient. Foliar sprays are safe for woody plants, but do not flood the plants and do not let the solution run into the substrate.
Silicon and Co. - What's behind it?
Silicon (Si) is an important chemical element and an essential nutrient for plants and humans. It plays a crucial role in numerous biological and physical processes.
Silicone, a mixture of silicon and synthetic polymers, belongs in bathrooms and kitchens, but not in the garden.
"Silicium", an old name for silicon from 1808, is mainly used in French today. Outside of France, it can cause confusion and is sometimes used in marketing to make simple potassium silicate appear like a monosilicic acid product.
Silica (SiO2), or silicon dioxide, is a very stable compound of silicon and oxygen, also known as quartz sand. It is difficult for plants to extract usable silicon from it.
Silicates (SiO4) are a variety of silicon-oxygen compounds, often combined with calcium or potassium. They are a common industrial silicon fertilizer. In contact with water, especially at low pH, they release a small amount of monosilicic acid, which can have a noticeable, albeit limited, effect on plants after a few weeks. This is how all silicate and "organic" Si sources work, with monosilicic acid being the common denominator.
Monosilicic acid or orthosilicic acid (Si(OH)4) is the naturally 100% plant-available form of silicon. All other forms of silicon must first be converted into mono before they can be used by plants. The direct application of mono accelerates this process and delivers silicon in the exact form that plants use.
Stabilized monosilicic acid (MSA) is unstable due to its nature: To use it in realistically high concentrations, a stabilization formula is required. In the 1990s, researchers discovered that boron and molybdenum can capture some of the mono that naturally emerges from potassium and other silicates in acidic water. This led to the creation of the first generation (Gen 1) of the 1% strong MSA formula and revolutionized silicon delivery in agriculture.
The second generation of stabilization, the 40% strong (GG), has reduced the requirement to less than one liter for the same area at much lower costs.
Are PGRs (plant growth regulators) included?
No, GG does not use any industrial synthetic PGRs. The product comes from the food production sector and uses completely different technologies. It is 100% safe when used properly.
How does silicon affect heat and water stress in plants?
Silicon reduces stress in plants by improving water uptake and protecting the plant surface from heat and wind. It is a basic plant nutrient whose effects are thoroughly researched. Further details on this are available online.