Having Green Thumb Troubles?
Plant roots absorb minerals such as nitrogen and iron only when they are dissolved in water. Now if this soil composition (mixture of water and nutrients within the soil) is too acidic or alkaline, some nutrients won't be dissolved, and as a result, they won't be available to plant. If the pH isn't close to what plants require, some nutrients, such as phosphorus, calcium and magnesium, can't be dissolved in water. And since plants drink their food instead of eating it, if the nutrients aren't dissolved first, the plant can't absorb them. Thus, your plants, flowers vegetables and garden won't grow or produce to their full potential. Most nutrients that plants need are readily available when the pH of the soil solution ranges from 6.0 to 7.5. Below a pH of 6.0 (acid): Some nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium are less available. Above a pH of 7.5 (very alkaline): Iron, manganese, and phosphorus are less available. Please check pH level recommendations for your types of plants.
Assists in Growing Healthy Plants & Flowers
Fosmon's 3 in 1 meter will assist in growing healthy plants. It works well in vegetable gardens, flower gardens, lawns and potted plants. The best way to ensure your plants reach their full potential is by determining if you have the proper soil conditions. The Fosmon pH Meter not only indicates the amount of alkalinity or acidity in the soil, but it also measures moisture content and light amounts.
The pH meter will measure acidic or alkaline soil conditions with its pH level meter.
Moisture Content Meter
To ensure you have the correct moisture content to avoid over or under watering, utilize the Moisture Content Meter.
Light Amount Meter
Plants and flowers need the correct amount of light. This meter as the ability to measure light amount.