This is why Green Sensation does not contain any hormones, animal-derived residues, GMO or other substances that may have a harmful effect on the quality of your end product. Knowing that the ingredients are of organic origin means you can consume the end product with complete confidence.
Plagron only works with the very best raw materials, sourced all over the world. To ensure that the raw materials are obtained in the best way, we regularly visit these places.
Our R&D department also conducts strict tests on incoming raw materials, the production process and the quality of the end product.
The outermost layer of cells consists of a partially permeable membrane. This mean that they allow water to pass through, but not other elements such as minerals. We see in nature that water always flows to a solution with a higher concentration (osmolarity) of dissolved substances. This is because nature wants the concentration on both sides of the membrane to be the same. We call this process osmotic pressure.
If a substrate has a high salt content, its osmolarity is higher than that of the plant. In this case, the high concentration of salt would mean that all the moisture would be drawn out of the plant into the substrate. After all, the osmolarity is higher in the substrate. The plant then experiences salt stress. But because the plant does not want to dry out, it has come up with a trick. It makes and holds onto extra organic elements and substances (such as minerals, sugars and aromatics). The concentration is then higher in the plant and water flows back towards the cells.
Taste and yield
Because the plant wants to absorb water through osmosis, the salt stress means that it produces and retains extra organic elements and substances. The end product is therefore more concentrated. This results in the best taste (sugars) and a better quality yield (scent, resin, essential oils, dry weight).
Green Sensation contains a nutrient that causes apparent salt stress. Adding this product to the liquid feed means that this ingredient is automatically buffered in the soil. With each feed, the salt stress increases slightly so that the plant gets the very best out of itself. What is clever about Green Sensation is that the nutrient that causes the apparent salt stress is broken down in the soil at the end of the crop cycle.