Boosters / stimulators
Plant stimulators or sometimes called boosters almost all work in the same way and that is by means of free amino acids. Some people still contain hormones, but the base always works with amino acids.
You can obtain amino acids via fermentation, hydrolysis or through the complicated process of biosynthesis.
A number of amino acids together form a helix. A helix penetrates through a cell wall, but must be smaller than 1500 Dalton (type of length measure) before the cell wall can let it through.
The helix ends up in the cell nucleus where the DNA is located. DNA structures are just all small switches with each switch having its own function. Functions of, for example, the thickness, width, length, color, number of stomata etc. of the leaf up to and including the entire shape of a plant below and above the ground. A plant is always stressed, especially if it is a clone of a mother plant that is cut time and time again and has to recover. This stress phenomenon can also be seen at its worst in the leaves, for example in leaves with finger-forming where fewer fingers appear.
Certain amino acids together that form a helix are just like a key that only fit a DNA link and switch it on again. In fact, are they? Stress? eliminators who ensure optimum growth and flowering of the crop.
Fermentation / Hydrolysis
The disadvantage of fermentation and hydrolysis is that it is limited with the number of different helixes and therefore the number of functions. What is in it is in it, and cannot be changed, only diluted. And that dilution is done en masse, sometimes so much so that these products no longer have any functions.
Also these so-called organic products are usually soiled with impurities such as heavy metals that are toxic and biologically dangerous to plants and people and sometimes even contain BSE.
Another disadvantage is that the amino helixes of fermentation and hydrolysis are longer than 10,000 DA, which means that the uptake of these helixes takes much longer because they first have to be planted by the plant. enzymes must be made smaller.
The advantage of biosynthesis is that the number of different helixes and therefore functions can be changed and increased. A product made by biosynthesis then stimulates not only the various root functions, but also the production of hormones and the formation of leaves and stems.
Also these amino helixes are clean from impurities and diseases which is better for plant and human health.
Another advantage is that the amino helixes of biosynthesis are only 700 Da long and are therefore immediately absorbed by the plant cells and immediately stimulate the plant in their growth and flowering.
And the disadvantage is that biosynthesis is a difficult process and technique, so that these products are not available much.