The miracle of growing with proper nutrition is that plants, no matter what variety they are, will be profoundly affected by the use of essential elements most often found deficient in old and tired soils.
Micronutrients or miracle growth exhilarants are only needed in trace amounts. Still, these trace elements’ miracle makes plants do what they do effectively. Such as:
- Increased yield
- Better tasting fruit
- Vigor and growth
To explain the miracles of growth further, take, for example, a plant in a container and on the patio. It grows well at first. But after a short time it begins to deteriorate, not look as good, and even produces fewer flowers or vegetables. Even if the plants are new each year, they still run into less than adequate growth and production. It is because the plants’ may have never changed plants’ soil. Changing the soil introduces new micronutrients, or as we like to say, miracle growth nutrients.
Micronutrients, or miracle growth stimulants, like iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), boron (B), copper (Cu), molybdenum (Mo), and zinc (Zn) are critical in a plant life cycle. They play a part in plant respiration and plant metabolism for the plant world’s miracles — production and reproduction.