How Plants Grow – Germination of Plants


Hey everybody! Today, we are going to teach you how plants grow. So, without any further delay let’s begin… 

How Plants Grow

How Plants Grow - Germination of Plants

There are many misconceptions about how to increase plant production. At carbon one, we go back to the basics to understand the mechanisms that enhance this process. All plants have these three things in common:

  • Leaves
  • Stems
  • Roots

The plant takes carbon dioxide from the air and water from the roots then combines them with sunlight. Making an energized carbon molecule that we call sugar.

What is the purpose of this process to convert photon energy into transportable chemical energy?

The molecule moves downward from the leaves to the roots carrying energy. Then, this turns into the carbon flow of the plant which fuels all plant processes. Once at the roots this carbon energy is consumed by bacteria that live in the soil. The bacteria break the carbon molecule down into carbon dioxide, water, and hydrogen ions. This process also creates heat and biological byproducts known as acids and exudates. Acids and exudates are absorbed by the roots and travel upward into the plant. They are the primary building blocks and upper plant growth and the presence in the soil increases root growth. A large root system sets the foundation for a healthy productive plant. Increasing water and nutrient uptake and overall plant size. Back at the roots, the hydrogen ions that were produced released nutrients locked up in the soil.

The newly available nutrients can then be absorbed into the plant through the feeder roots. These nutrients join with the acids and exudates, flowing upwards to build the upper part of the plant. Producing leaves, stem, and bloom. This is the nutrient flow, moving upward in the plant from the roots to the leaves. While carbon flow and nutrient flow are intricately connected. Carbon flow is the major determining factor for the plant.

The increase of any plant attribute can be caused by the increase in carbon flow. More carbon energy sent to the roots results in more assets and exudates produced in the root zone which leads to better root and bacterial growth and higher nutrient availability. This results in more nutrients, acids, and secretions being absorbed into the nutrient stream, which ultimately increases the potential of the plant. Farmers add available nutrients like nitrogen, phosphate, and potassium to the soil, to ensure that if the soil cannot provide them there will be nutrients available for the plant. This may provide the plant with N, P, and K but unfortunately, it bypasses the fuel of carbon flow.

Carbon one is a revolutionary product that feeds the carbon flow of the plant which is normally determined solely by the weather. Carbon one is a highly energized carbon-based molecule, much like the plant’s own sugars. When applied to the plant, carbon one is sent to the roots fueling plant processes. At the roots, the immense energy stored in carbon one exponentially increases bacterial respiration. Then, multiply the reaction of carbon flux and then increase the nutrient flux. Carbon one is the production tool used in the carbon one program. Helping growers to overcome the negative effects of bad or unpredictable weather and soil imbalance, ultimately increase in crop potential. The carbon one program is a complete plant health system, utilizing the right fertilizers, at the right timing to boost the production and quality of crops.

Hope so guys you liked reading this article. I tried my best as much as possible ways to make you understand everything clearly so hopefully, this article is gonna be helpful for you in how plants grow. Keep visiting us to learn many more things. Have a nice day!

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