In the activator, the mineral particles are extremely accelerated by air currents, so that they collide with each other at an extremely high rate (collisions between minerals). On average, 3,000 collisions per second take place at three times the speed of sound. You can reach dimensions from a few to a few thousandths of a millimeter. The surface of the particles becomes extremeirregular and jagged. This changes the surface and contact properties, destabilizes the structure of the mineral and increases its reactivity and solubility.
MGP-bio is a natural mineral powder obtained by tribomechanical activation (TMA) from calcite in a globally unique process. Due to a special protected technological process, calcite of sedimentary and maritime origin is mechanically crushed down to the micro range. Such crushed powder dissolves easily in the water, and this solution is then applied by fine atomization (several times) on the green (leaf) mass of individual cultures.
By penetrating the intercellular area of the leaf through the leaf pore (stoma), calcium carbonate (CaCo3) becomes calcium oxide (CaO) and Carbon dioxide (CO2) is broken down. The carbon dioxide is immediately activated in the process of photosynthesis. With the help of sunlight (which becomes the energy of chemical bonds), water and carbon dioxide, organic compounds are created. Since the intensity of photosynthesis depends primarily on the light intensity and on the CO2 concentration, MGP-bio ensures an optimal amount of CO2 for the plant, thus contributing significantly to the process of photosynthesis as well as to primary and secondary metabolic processes but also to other physiological processes in the plant.
Penetration of micron calcite particles into the stoma of the leaf. It comes to the decomposition of the particles to calcium oxide and carbon dioxide. These two compounds are directly involved in the physiological processes of the leaf, especially in the process of photosynthesis and that of the primary and secondary metabolism.
The photosynthetic process takes place in chloroplasts containing a photosynthetic pigment and chlorophyll. The process includes
1. a primary reaction or reaction in light, which takes place in thylakoid Mebranen the chloroplasts, where light energy to chemicalEnergy is converted.
2. a secondary reaction (Calvin’s cycle), which takes place in the dark, in the stroma of the chloroplasts. There it leads to the reduction of Carbon dioxide and to the synthesis of carbohydrates (secondary metabolism).
Photosynthesis can only be carried out by the green parts of the plant. The most active photosynthetic tissue is the leaf mezzophyll, where most of the chlorophyll involved in photosynthesis (pigments) is located.
The efficiency of photosynthesis depends on:
Supply of water and minerals
Intensity of sunlight
Concentration of Carbon dioxide and Oxygen
Development status of the plant airflow