ΑΓΑΝ ΜΟΝΟΠΡΟΣΩΠΗ ΕΠΕ ΑΓΑΝ ΜΟΝΟΠΡΟΣΩΠΗ ΕΠΕ ΑΓΑΝ ΜΟΝΟΠΡΟΣΩΠΗ ΕΠΕ ΑΓΑΝ ΜΟΝΟΠΡΟΣΩΠΗ ΕΠΕ

Carbon fertilization - CO2

 

Tomatoes, like all other plants, receive all the nutrients they need from the ground, except the CO2 which they take from the air. The CO2 is the basic source of carbon (C) for the plants. Without it they cannot grow, nor can they produce fruit. In the closed space of the greenhouse, where the plant density is elevated, high needs for CO2 are created. The use of CO2 is equally beneficial to tomatoes, as well as to nature and the human organism.

It is particularly important in order to help the plants have a good start at the first stages of their lives. It does not only help the life of the crops, but it also increases the quantity and effectiveness of many beneficial substances found in the tissues of the plants, such as vitamin C and other antioxidants. It permits the plants to acquire more phosphorus. It increases the photosynthesis percentages almost in all the plants.

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