The ‘silicon paradox’

Geplaatst door on Feb 22, 2019 in Nieuws |

The ‘silicon paradox’

The ‘silicon paradox’ in agriculture is the contrast between the large quantities non-absorbable silicon compounds (such as silicon dioxide, SiO2) and the very low concentrations of absorbable silicon molecules (such as silicic acid Si(OH)4). So it is not about the amount of silicon in the soil, but about the amount of bioavailable (mono-) silicic acid, which Gen200 Control contains.

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