Plants Need Sunlight

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( — June 17, 2018) Cheyenne, Wyoming — Being a plant isn’t a bed of roses, it is hard work. There’s the making your own food bit, holding by the roots to soil and waiting around for the next shower of rain or glimpse of some decent sunlight depending the region it finds itself dwelling in. But the life of a plant can get a lot easier with the help of a gardener, horticulturist, farmer or the like, and the help of a few tools such as the HealthyWiser™ 3-in-1 Soil Meter. 

“Without the sun, plants can’t get the food they need to grow, reproduce and survive,” explains “Unlike animals, plants are autotrophs, meaning they create their own food source. They use energy from light or from the sun, water and gases from the air to create glucose. This process is photosynthesis and all plants, algae and even some microorganisms use it.” 

Imagine having the ability to generate your own food through solar energy, water and soil. The world probably wouldn’t have a single fast food restaurant or roadside cook shop set up about town. But alas, only plants have the good fortune of being totally self-sufficient and transplanting them comes with a great risk of them dying if their ideal developmental conditions aren’t recreated in terms of soil, moisture and light exposure, all the stuff that the HealthyWiser™ 3-in-1 Soil Meter tests for efficiently. 

“During the course of evolution, plants developed the capability of capturing and utilizing the solar radiation,” explains Banaras Hindu University, Department of Botany in their research paper entitled Role of Light in Plant Development. “These plants gained an evolutionary advantage over those that have not developed these traits. Light besides being an important source of energy also controls many developmental processes like photoperiodism, phototropism and photomorphogenesis of plant growth. 

While sunlight for the purpose of photosynthesis is the most commonly known reason plants need light, it’s not the only reason. There are a number of complex developmental activities that are dependent on light so ensuring that each plant receives the appropriate amount of light to shade ratio is most important, alongside water and soil nutrients.

“My husband loves plants and gardening,” shares a verified customer on Amazon. “I got him this and he immediately went around the house checking all the indoor plants soil level, haha. It worked great and he found out some soil was too dry, so he knew to water.” 

The HealthyWiser™ 3-in-1 Soil Meter is an inexpensive revolutionary tool for home gardeners to thoroughly detect all the necessary data for diligent care and maintenance of their landscape. Whether the goal is to have a bountiful vegetable and fruit garden or it’s all about the beautification appeal of nature, the 3-in-1 Soil Meter by HealthyWiser™ is sure to quicken positive results.

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