The Geranium seedlings grown in 4 inch pots were larger, the leaves were greener and they were ready one week earlier than the plants watered with well water only. The Geranium watered with Hexahédron 999®, bloomed one week ahead of the control plants which had been watered solely with well water.
The naked root Hygrophila Polysperma plants grown on flood tables produced significantly more dried weight when using the Hexahedron 999®. The growth gain represented a 2 week earlier maturity, compared to their typical production calendar which lasts 10 weeks in all.
The floral buds observed on Marigold plants grown on trays, were larger and bloomed earlier when using the Hexahedron 999®, and the plants were slightly taller at the time of sale. The plants also became larger when watered with Hexahedron 999®.