POWER PLANT STRESS OUT
Plant stress can be defined as negative reaction to unfavourable environmental or climatic conditions, such as a lack of nutrients, insufficient irrigation, flooding, extreme heat or cold, illness, or insect infestation. There are two sorts of stresses: biotic and abiotic. Abiotic stressors are induced by environmental factors such as water (drought or flooding), temperature (high or low temperature), light (photoinhibition or UV damage), and toxic chemicals in the soil (salinity, alkalinity, heavy metal contamination, insecticide, herbicide, and fungicide).
According to published research, biotic and abiotic stress can impair output by 65-87 percent. In response to these obstacles in the Indian agricultural era, Green Planet has developed a new solution based on European technology to battle plant strains, dubbed "Power Plant Stress Out.
PPSO is a cutting-edge formulation based on European technology that helps plants cope with stress in unfavourable environments. It's based on modern silicon chemistry, and it produces a silica shield around the plant when administered as a foliar spray. Silica barrier reduces water loss through transpiration, improves plant tolerance to biotic stress, and prevents lodging. Silica barrier reduces water loss through transpiration, improves plant tolerance to biotic and abiotic stressors, and prevents lodging. PPSO also improves yields by facilitating the uptake of all important nutrients from the soil and their usage in the plant system.
Excessive transpiration causes the plant to lose its metabolic function, resulting in stunted or non-existent growth. It also boosts plant reproduction rates (bud growth). Increased tolerance of zinc deficits, as well as protection from high or toxic levels of phosphorus, manganese, salt, and aluminium, can be achieved by increasing silicon levels in plant tissue. As a result, the plan benefits.
HOW IT WORKS ?
Power Plant Stress Out working is based on advanced technique of silicon chemistry, which includes plant-available forms of silicon such as mono silicic acid (ortho- silicic acid). The active components in PPSO are totally absorbed by plant leaves and roots when sprayed on them. Silicon in the formulation penetrates the epidermal cell membranes, enhancing the plant's capacity to maintain its leaves pointing toward the light source and increasing photosynthetic efficiency. It improves the strength of the stem, allowing it to support more weight.
As the plant's silicon levels rise, so does its nutrient intake and distribution, as well as the amount of chlorophyll and RUBP carboxylase in its leaves (a.k.a. the Calvin cycle). Furthermore, a silicon shield beneath the leaf cuticle hinders fungal pathogen penetration and works as a physical barrier against fungal infections such as powdery mildew, black spots, Pythium, phytophthora, and others.
• The epidermal cells in leaves and stems are strengthened.
• It saves the plant by forming a silica covering around it.
• It aids in the maintenance of water balance within the plant by lowering transpiration rates and increasing water efficiency.
• It strengthens the plant's system, allowing it to support more weight.
• It helps the plant system absorb and distribute nutrients from the soil.
• Stronger stems produce more erect leaves, which collect more sunlight, resulting in a faster rate of photosynthesis.
• It makes you more resistant to pests and diseases.
• It aids in the reduction of metal toxicity in acidic soil.
• Because fruits and vegetables lose less water, their shelf life and market value are extended.
Dosage: 2-3ml per litre of water is the recommended dosage.