MONKEY NUTRIENTS - STRESS
Mono-silicic acid, the silicon salt used in Monkey Stress, is both stable and bioavailable (also called Ortho-silicic acid). Even though it isn't a necessary part of plant nutrition, researchers have discovered that it can be a powerful growth enhancer. Because of the high concentration of the formula's active ingredients, its effects are immediately apparent. Given Stress, a plant's vigour will be boosted, allowing it to withstand physical and biological challenges.
During the second critical stage of plant growth, known as Shoots, stress plays an important role. You'll see a lot of lateral canopy development while you're under stress. This increases the number of flowering locations.
WHAT IS STRESS?
We're only behind oxygen in terms of how abundant silicon is. Although silicon is abundantly present in rocks, soils and soil-derived products of all three, not all silicon is created equal...
Anxiety is a mono-silicic acid. A type of silicon that is readily absorbed by plants and is therefore bioavailable.
The outer layer of cell walls is strengthened by mono-silicic acid, which is deposited directly on the cell's surface.
stress shields plants from the harmful effects of biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) environmental stresses
WHY USE ?
Shoots. Stress will lead to an increase in the number and density of new shoots that are both healthy and productive.
Vegetative development aids in the reduction of internodal gap, resulting in thicker, more substantial canopies as a result.
Improves nutrient uptake efficiency, which helps to correct nutritional imbalances. In addition, this prevents the buildup of nutritional salts in the growing media.
Controls abiotic stressors such as extreme heat and cold, as well as over- and under-watering and other environmental factors.
Protection. Pest control in both its physical and systemic forms.
HOW DOES STRESS WORK?
When roots absorb mono-silicic acid, it accumulates on plant cell walls. This fills up the gaps between the bricks, just like cement would. Turgid pressure in the cell remains high during periods of abiotic stress (such as drought), helping the plant to keep its shape.
There are many ways in which mono silicic acid can be used in the root zone. It increases xylem vascular pressure, allowing heavy immobile minerals to enter the plant's xylem. This, for example, increases the absorption of calcium.
Leaf-eating bugs have a harder time damaging crops now that the cell walls of the plants have been strengthened. To top it all off, researchers have discovered that Mono-silicic acid is involved in plant immunity and the signalling of defence responses to bacterial, viral, and fungal diseases.