Here you will find articles, studies, and publications related to the effects of remineralization on soils, crops, orchards, gardens and in laboratory research. Remineralization can increase yields 2 to 4 times, increase the nutrient density and vitality making plants more drought, frost, disease and insect resistant. Remineralization can be used to deter insect infestations as well.


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Growth and physiological responses of maize (Zea mays L.) to porous silica nanoparticles in soil

G. Karunakaran; N.Kannan; P. Prabu; R. Suriyaprabha; R.Yuvakkumar; V. Rajendran

2012Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Agrogeology

Factors influencing the release of plant nutrient elements from silicate rock powders: a geochemical overview

A.D. Harley; R.J. Gilkes

2000ReviewEnglishAgriculture; Agrogeology

Silicate rock powder: effect on selected chemical properties of a range of soils from Western Australia and on plant growth as assessed in a glasshouse experiment

M. Bolland; P. Hinsinger; R.J. Gilkes

1995Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Agrogeology

Possibilities of using silicate rock powder: An overview

Claudete G. Ramos; Erica Blanco; James Hower; Marcos L.S. Oliveira; Suzi Theodoro

2022Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Agrogeology; Carbon Sequestration; Climate Change

Nutrients release from powder phonolite mediated by bioweathering actions

Laene Tavares; Luis Camargo; Samarina Pereira

2018Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Carbon Sequestration

Olivine Weathering in Soil, and Its Effects on Growth and Nutrient Uptake in Ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.): A Pot Experiment

Hein ten Berge; Hugo van der Meer; Jan Verhagen; Johan Steenhuizen; Paul Goedhart; Pol Knops

2012Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Carbon Sequestration

Agricultural acceleration of soil carbonate weathering

Daniel Richter; Esteban Jobbagy; John Kim; Robert B. Jackson; Susan Trumbore

2020Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Carbon Sequestration

CO2 sequestration by Enhanced Weathering of agricultural soils in Norfolk, UK

Andrews G.; David Beerling; Epihov D.; James R. H.; Pearce C. R.

2020Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Carbon Sequestration

CO2 sequestration by wollastonite-amended agricultural soils – An Ontario field study

Fatima Haque; Rafael M. Santos; Yi Wai Chiang

2020Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Carbon Sequestration

Enhanced weathering in acid and alkaline agricultural soils: greenhouse gas emissions and soil bacterial communities implications

Coline Le Noir de Carlan; Silvia Poblador Ibanez

2022Journal ArticleEnglishAgriculture; Carbon Sequestration; Climate Change

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