Ionic Magnesium in Fulmega stimulates more vigorous plants and beneficial soil microorganisms.
PHOENIX, AZ (June 26, 2017) – Farmers are investing more in nutrient management techniques that utilize and balance synthetic and organic fertilizers to maximize yields and build quality soil microbiology. Non-living, abiotic factors for proper nutrient uptake, such as soil type, moisture, and soil temperature play an essential part in determining the right conditions for high yields and soil fertility. Creating the conditions for a healthy soil ecology through amendments is often a long process, as it takes time before nutrients locked in the soil or plant tissue is available for uptake. Fulmega works to reduce magnesium deficiencies in the soil, causing over 300 enzymes to function more effectively and increase crop yields in a sustainable and crop specific manner.
Researched and developed by BioFlora, Fulmega is an organic, one-of-a-kind ionic magnesium extract that is able to uniquely activate plant and soil metabolic processes. In doing so, Fulmega increases the photosynthetic activity of plant cells, slows chlorophyll degradation and enhances cellular energy for improved growth and vigor. Additionally, its magnesium content restores soil to an optimum state, enhancing soil crumb structure and reducing harmful bacteria and yeasts that result from magnesium deficiencies.
The key to understanding magnesium’s role in plant development and how it increases nutrient uptake is the cation exchange capacity (CEC). CEC is the total capacity of a soil to hold exchangeable cations, it is a very important soil property which influence soil structure and stability, nutrient availability, soil pH and the soil’s reaction to fertilizers. This is measured by the positive and negative charges in the soil and its ability to attach and bond with other elements. The ability to hold ions requires a higher CEC rating, as positively charged molecules, called cations, attract negatively charged molecules, or ions. The ionic nature of Fulmega has a very high CEC rating, giving it strong attachment qualities as it produces polyelectrolytes that contain both negative and positive charges. These mineral ions are now bioavailable and attach to plant molecules when they find cells out of balance.
Ionic magnesium produces a high CEC (500 – 1000+) giving Fulmega the ability to chelate, break apart heavy metals, attach these now free ions to the fulvic acid molecules, and, by their low-weight and soluble molecular structure, carry these compounds into the plant cell wall, directly into cell metabolic sites, and release them. What the plants cannot utilize is released through transpiration of the plant cells, eliminating toxins and heavy metals, such as lead and mercury, from the soil and plant tissue. The strong chelating powers of Fulmega can take negatively charged ions, bind them, and release them throughout the entire plant.
The delivery happens quickly and efficiently. Studies by BioFlora have shown a dramatic increase in several functional groups of beneficial soil microorganisms in not only population by species diversity as well. Fulmega, when combined with other BioFlora products, such as Humega® and Seaweed Creme®, increase soil ecology by stimulating even more beneficial microorganisms in the soil. Seeds treated with Fulmega before sowing will improve the rate of growth and development of roots and shoots, potentially increasing crop yield.
Fulmega can be applied with other liquid mixes either through drip tape, micro-sprinkler, border, or pivot irrigation. Fulmega may be combined with any fertilization program to increase the efficiency and effectiveness. Farmers can mix the application for the desired result, as they notice immediate effects to plant vigor and yield. Fulmega is biologically stable and does not degrade easily. BioFlora recommends using 1-2 gallons per acre as a soil or foliar treatment. Proper dilution at a rate of 1:10 product to water is necessary. Fulmega can be used on any and all crops and is OMRI Listed.
BioFlora is a division of Global Organics® Group (GOG), an international life sciences company that develops and manufactures proprietary organic and sustainable plant nutrition products and natural ionic minerals for human and animal health. For more than 40 years GOG and its BioFlora® business have been committed to preserving the earth’s ecosystem while providing superior plant nutrient systems.
Located in Goodyear, Arizona, USA, GOG is able to serve customers both locally and globally with the use of Green Acres, our 1,200-acre research farm, as well as our USDA Permitted Integrated Life Science Research Center® (ILSRC).
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