Zeolite chabasite

The chabasite zeolite compared to the other zeolitites has the following properties:

- it disperses better because it is more soluble in water
- can create a greater barrier effect on the leaves, because once dried crystallizes and has a waterproof effect on the water
- possesses a sharper crystal that creates greater annoyance to insects that can not adhere to the leaves
- absorbs the veils of water more than allowing spores of fungi to germinate
- protects leaves from heat stress and cold stress and reduces thermal excursion
- has an action of recall of the symbiotic microorganisms both on the leaves and in the ground
- seen the silicon content can act as a sterilizer after pruning
- has an absorption action on the production of ethylene, gas produced by plants under stress, or climacteric fruits, delaying their senescence
- determines a significant increase in plant photosynthesis (only passes the wavelengths of light useful for the plant) and reduces transpiration
- being charged in potassium causes an increase in the blooms, the colors of the flowers and the fructifications. The other long-standing zeolites can create phytotoxicity
- if combined with a plant protection product it prolongs the effect of at least 10 days, even if the plant tissues do not come into contact with it
- among the zeolites present in the world, the chabasite is the one with the highest zeolitic content and the lowest content of impurities
- in the soil, due to its characteristics, it has the ability to recall useful microorganisms after a short time and act as a nesting structure