Plant Growth

What makes Nano Green so different?

Nano Green is made from various US Government FDA approved food stocks and food additives formulated into a colloidal liquid biotechnology emulsion with a molecular size of 8 angstroms to 4 nanometers. These nano-scale sized particles cause a change how the product is able to work and is a departure from normal chemical/physical understanding. Our goal is to learn and understand how particles of such a miniscule size produce such outstanding results.

What size is an angstrom? There are 10 angstroms to a nanometer and a billion nanometers to a meter. For example, a human hair is approximately 80,000-100,000 nanometers thick. And if you take one cubic inch of Nano Green and put it on a surface area 1 nanometer thick you will be able to cover 4 acres. This extreme surface coverage basically is what makes the product super efficient in its effectiveness at increasing plant output.

Below 50 nanometers, the traditional laws pertaining to physics and chemistry no longer apply, and we enter the world of quantum physics where materials take on surprising new properties. Something that was red may now appear to be green; metals may become translucent and thus invisible; a non-conductor of electricity may now pass a current; non-magnetic materials may become magnetized; insoluble substances may dissolve.

How does a small particle size work differently than a larger particle size? All molecules have a positive or negative electrical charge to them, as all living cells are electro-magnetic. These electrical charges and magnetism have an impact on how these molecules/particles behave. When molecules are at the size of Nano Green’s 8 angstroms, positive molecules attract other positive molecules, contrary to the conventional rules of physics, for as we are all aware, the positive poles of a magnet repel one another and positive and negative poles attract each other in our everyday lives.

Plants, humans and animals, in essence, are electro-magnetic and are governed by the Periodic Law and Table. In photosynthesis, plants require the radiation from the Sun plus 6 molecules of water and 6 molecules of carbon dioxide to make 1 basic sugar molecule and 6 molecules of oxygen. We know that plants emit oxygen into the atmosphere during the photosynthesis process and use that 1 molecule of basic sugar manufactured as the foundational building block for every thing that we see growing above ground, producing roots, tree trunks, stems, leaves, branches, fruits and grain. If the basic sugar molecule is that important to the whole equation of plant growth, it follows that if we can increase sugar production in plants it will have a major impact on plant production and quality.

Nano Green is able to enter the plant cell due to its very small nanometer molecular size. Although it doesn’t possess the quantity of nutrients normally expected of foliar fertilizers, the nutrients it has are extremely efficient and effective, and are able to diffuse into the plants cells, providing energy and nourishment to the plant cell, which in turn then increases the level of sugar production as it photosynthesizes. Sodium molecules which are cations [positively charged molecules] make up a noticeable amount of the Nano Green product, and increase the plant’s electrical conductivity. In the chloroplasts of the cells’ sugar factory 4 positive magnesium molecules combine with 1 nitrogen molecule. These positive magnesium molecules help to attract and pull in the positive sodium molecules and other elements attached to the cation, getting a piggy back ride into the cells of the sugar factory. The net result of this is the availability of more fuel, energy and conductivity to boost the sugar making capacity of the sugar factory cells. Nano Green trials have increased sugar levels in a variety of plants by up to 80%, and the results are even more spectacular where normal plant nutrition is limiting or compromised.

When this higher sugar level [referred to as Brix] is achieved, plant production increases, also helping to boost what is termed systemic acquired resistance or SAR for short. With higher Sugar/Brix levels, the plant has an ability to defend itself from attacks by pests and pathogens, as a result of having a good supply of nutrients coupled with a high sugar level.

The overall effect and benefit from using Nano Green is that growers are able to produce healthier more nutritious food for humans and animals, with a greater yield increase, in some cases as high as 33% more, and fewer growing problems.

Increased Carbon Dioxide Utilization.

In the photosynthesis process, in which the following formula applies -

6CO2 + 6H2O + Sun light = C6H12O2 + 6 O2

plants use 6 molecules of carbon dioxide and 6 molecules of water to make 1 molecule of basic sugar and 6 molecules of oxygen that goes back into the atmosphere. Nano Green in trial work has achieved increases in Sugar/Brix levels of up to 80% compared with the controls across a number of trial sites and involving various plant species ranging from Macadamia nut trees to lettuce and wheat. This would suggest that Nano Green is efficient at increasing photosynthesis with a corresponding increase of carbon dioxide utilization.

The argument can be supported that Nano Green is efficient at lowering greenhouse gas emissions by lowering carbon dioxide levels, as plants sprayed with Nano Green make more sugar. As a final bonus, the use of Nano Green can lower carbon dioxide output and should be eligible to be traded for Carbon Credits, around the world.