13946 - Zeolite and our soil

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Chrysovalantis Chatzigeorgiou

One of the important things to understand in relation to the use of zeolite in agriculture is that zeolite deals primarily with our soil and the effect of this action enhances the production. The significance of this observation is best seen when the land is acidic, since in this case 70% of the added fertilizer is useless. It is the soil itself that reacts with it and does not offer the plant but only 30%. While the use of zeolite functions as an equalizer, it enables the conversion of the pH to neutral. In this way when we add fertilizer to this new soil, it works 100% and we have a greater production. This enables you to save fertilizer. Also in this process, we save water. In the same way, when you have a lot or rain, zeolite holds the fertilizer to the level of the root system, which helps the growth of the plant. This is done for the same reason with which the deceleration fertilizers operate containing zeolite in the outer structure. For this reason we are not forced, but there is a need for use of zeolite in agriculture. Every production that really respects the human and the environment needs zeolite. Since zeolite cleans the land from heavy metals, toxins and free radicals. So any application improves our land and offers a fertile soil for our plants. In this context zeolite functions as a Wiener engine that in feedback adjusts the soil in a more efficient use.