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It is hard to underestimate the importance of soil pH in gardening, as soil acidity or alkalinity is directly related to plant growth. Acidity level affects the composition of microorganisms in the soil. It also helps flush out heavy metals, pesticides and redundant minerals of the ground.

Plants love acidic water!

Have you ever noticed that vegetation tends to flourish after the rain? This is because rain water is acidic, and plants happen to like it.

  • By using ionized acidic water seeds germinate faster, vegetable sprouts, bulbs, tubers and seedlings establish and take root better than before.
  • Ionized acidic water stimulates the formation of inflorescence, boosts blooming and revitalizes drooping plants.
  • The plants treated with acidic water look very much alive and full, the leaves may become waxier and greener.
Before you embark on your gardening activities take care to check what kind of soil your particular plant likes and look for care tips.  Most of home garden plants prefer a soil that’s a little on the acidic side, around 6.5 pH. Some thrive on 5 or 5.5, while others grow well at 8.0 pH.

If someone brings you a fine bouquet of fresh flowers, dip their stems into ionised acidic water and they will bloom longer.

If your pot plants at home or at work are wilting and looking a bit lacklustre, don’t rush to throw them out. Water them once with strong acidic water (pH=2.5-3.5) and then twice with high alkaline water. Afterwards proceed with regular water, as indicated in the instructions. You’ll be surprised to see your flowers recover.

As a preventive measure, we advise watering healthy plants with mildly alkaline water(pH=7.5-8.5), but no more frequently than once a week. Use regular water in the interim.

Spray infestations with strong acidic water (pH=2.5). The pathogens or parasites will perish or leave. Their eggs will perish too.
Strong acidic water (pH=2.5-3.0) is a natural disinfectant. It is commonly used in agriculture because it can kill bugs, bacteria, fungi, viruses and mould. Some farmers use it as safe alternative to toxic chemicals for spraying crops.