Green Leaves Need to Soak up the Sun

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( — June 18, 2018) Cheyenne, Wyoming — There are so many different shades and shapes of leaves on the various species of plants throughout the world but they pretty much all do the very same job very well and that is to produce food via the process of photosynthesis. And while it may sound cool to be able to just magically create your own food, for plants it’s not easy as the right balance of light, water and nutrients from the soil is needed to make it a sustainable success. 

“Photosynthesis is the process by which plants transform water and carbon dioxide (a gas that’s plentiful in the air) into carbohydrates (sugars and starches), using the energy of sunlight,” details the PBS Learning Media. “While sunlight provides the energy needed to drive this reaction, a chemical in the leaves of plants makes the reaction possible. That chemical is a green pigment called chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is found inside the photosynthetic cells of plants, attached to the membranes of small, round structures called chloroplasts. Chlorophyll absorbs light in the red and blue-violet portions of the visible spectrum, and reflects the green portion of the spectrum; this is what gives chlorophyll its characteristic green color.” 

Without a doubt, all life on earth owes plants a great debt for their service to every organism on Earth. With that said, it’s not so much to ask for plants to be given a bit of TLC in return. Gardeners, farmers and botanists can all appreciate the value of caring for plants and in pursuit of providing plants the best, it must be determined what each plant particularly needs. The HealthyWiser™ 3-in-1 Soil Meter is developed for the very purpose of assessing soil pH, moisture and light exposure so there can be a clear understanding of what a plant needs more or less of. 

“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. 

Light of course is a sensitive and essential component to regulate for plant development yet if any element is missing, plants would suffer immensely hence soil pH and moisture are just as critical. Thankfully, the HealthyWiser™ 3-in-1 Soil Meter has been doing a wonderful job of reviving the lives of plants right across America as a result of its fast and accurate readings. 

“We are not experienced at gardening but have been trying to landscape our yard,” shares a verified customer on Amazon. “This meter has been super helpful to figure out how much water we need. We’d been over watering our plants and didn’t realize that was the problem. It works really well in soft soil. It’s easy to read and understand.” 

It’s always a great day when a plant is no longer being drowned, all in the name of love. New gardeners especially need the services of a device such as the HeathlyWiser 3-in-1 Soil Meter to support their effects of nurturing a green thumb.

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