The iFarm Project team began the experiment with the experimental use of ion-exchange substrates in tomato seedlings.
The iFarm Project team began an experiment with the experienced use of ionic substrates on tomato seedlings. This is a complex nutritional supplement developed using ion-topony technology. Ionite substrates help to accelerate plant growth, while being 100% environmentally friendly. They do not contain phytohormones, growth accelerators and pesticides.
The ionic substrate has been added to the root zone of part of the tomato seedlings. According to the Candidate of Biological Sciences, agronomist Natalia Smirnova, the plants look more robust, the aboveground phytomass is distinguished by a rich green color, flowering and fruit set up more harmoniously. In January, the experiment will continue: it is planned to add an ionic substrate for cucumbers and strawberries.