Essentials for Flowering Plants to Bloom

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( — June 27, 2018) Cheyenne, Wyoming — Most home gardeners are often faced with the question “how much water is too much?” as they go about nurturing their plants. The soil pretty much knows how to gauge itself for the most part as it balances it’s mineral/nutrient content and water absorption characteristics based largely on how much light it receives. Understanding how everything affects the other is an import stage of successful gardening. 

“According to NASA’s Earth Science Office, soil moisture means different things in different disciplines,” explains the National Integrated Drought Information System. “A farmer’s concept of soil moisture is different from that of a water resource manager or a weather forecaster. Generally, however, soil moisture is the water that is held in the spaces between soil particles. Surface soil moisture is the water that is in the upper 10 cm of soil, whereas root zone soil moisture is the water that is available to plants, which is generally considered to be in the upper 200 cm of soil.” 

So a water surface doesn’t necessarily mean that plants are getting sufficient water through their roots. The type of soil used affects how well a plant thrives as the soil and plant needs to be compatible, that’s why soil testing is recommended and the HeathyWiser™ 3-in-1 Soil Meter provides a insert guide of the most common plants soil and light needs to assist their users on the journey of better gardening results. 

“In agriculture, a soil test commonly refers to the analysis of a soil sample to determine nutrient content, composition, and other characteristics such as the acidity or pH level,” says “A soil test can determine fertility, or the expected growth potential of the soil which indicates nutrient deficiencies, potential toxicities from excessive fertility and inhibitions from the presence of non-essential trace minerals. The test is used to mimic the function of roots to assimilate minerals. The expected rate of growth is modeled by the Law of the Maximum.” 

Determining just how healthy the soil in one’s backyard is will direct gardeners as to what they can grow in it and what other soil type may be needed to mix in to create the right base for plants not native to the soil or region. The HealthyWiser™ 3-in-1 Soil Meter tests for soil pH, moisture and light exposure because all there aspects are essential components to the flourishing of plants. 

“I have enjoyed using this soil meter,” shares a verified customer on Amazon. “My tomatoes were looking sickly,” shares a verified customer on Amazon. “I thought they needed more water because soil felt dry to my fingers down about 1-1/2″. When the meter arrived I checked each of my plants and everyone of them was WET… past moist. I quit watering and now check them every day. They are much healthier, have flowers setting and roots are still in moist zone. This meter has saved me from killing my vegi plants with kindness. Thank you!” 

The 3-in-1 Soil Meter by HealthyWiser™ understands the value of data to the sustenance of plants all year round so it diligently offers an updated insert detailing the basic needs of the most common plants found in home gardens across America. Additionally, user tips regarding proper use of the device are included as fast and reliable results is a hallmark of the HealthyWiser™ 3-in-1 Soil Meter which has landed it the honor of being rated customer’s #1 choice on Amazon.

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