Tap into the effects of remineralization on the health of forest ecosystems. Remineralization has been shown to increase biomass and tree volume 4-10 times. The silica and rock dust strengthens trees making them less susceptible to insects, disease, drought and forest fires. These minerals also prevent the uptake of heavy metals and other pollutants that can be found in forest soils.
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