How many times have one of your favorite plants withered away, no matter how much fertilizer you feed it? If you’re like us, you may have been a little heavy-handed in the past with pellets and potions from the hardware store that promised plant growth. You probably also noticed how hit-or-miss these products are. Liferocks is a different kind of solution. We start at the root of the problem, literally.
What’s a substrate?
Liferocks isn’t a fertilizer. We all know that the best plants come from the best soil, but there’s actually more to the story. The entire lifecycle of a plant is dependent on nutrients from roots, and the material which the roots are embedded in are called the “substrate.” Liferocks is a type of substrate, a special material that is made specifically for plants’ roots, with the right amount of air for roots to breath, enough space for water to flow, and enough structure for the plant to grow strong. Fertilizer is just chemical-soaked dirt. Yuck.
The dangers of fertilizer
It turns out, it’s worth putting in the time and effort to develop this material. Normally, fertilizers flood plants with an excessive amount of nutrients, causing root burn (!!!) and all sorts of issues. Runoff causes algae blooms and deoxygenates rivers, lakes and streams. Liferocks doesn’t cause any of that damage because the nutrients are stored securely within the substrate, and are only delivered to plants as needed through ion-mediated diffusion. When the plant needs nutrients, it gets them, and when it’s had enough, equilibrium is reached and the flow stops. Smart, right?
The benefits of Liferocks
This nutrient delivery system ensures your plant is always happily fed and maintained in good health. Plants love this, and you’ll be able to see it in no time because plants grown with Liferocks grow twice as fast as without. Literally. It’s like magic. Put in Liferocks and before you know it, your struggling cacti are thriving and enjoying the sun. No more sad flower pots or plant beds. No more struggling in the garden. No more dead plants. No more wasted money or fertilizers that don’t work and pollute the environment. Hmm. Pollution-causing, plant damaging artificial chemical soaked soil, or Liferocks?
The origin of Liferocks
You may be wondering, is this too good to be true? Where did this come from? The moon? Well, you’re on the right track. Liferocks is based on substrate-technology developed so astronauts could grow food when on deep-space missions. I don’t know if you’ve ever been aboard the International Space Station, but there’s not a lot of soil there so you’ve got to be imaginative and create some alternatives. When you’re using Liferocks, you’re using cutting edge space-age technology, in your own garden?
The true value of Liferocks
Now, we know this is a lot of information, but don’t stress. Liferocks doesn’t require a master’s degree in botany to use. The instructions are simple. Simply use 15-40% Liferocks substrate mixed-in with standard potting soil, and that’s it. No need to measure it out grain by grain. We’re flexible. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got the greenest thumb this side of the Mississippi or you’ve had a succession of plants fail to thrive seemingly for no reason at all. You’ve always wanted beautiful plants filling your garden. Let Liferocks do the heavy lifting, and you can get more time to enjoy your garden instead of feeling burdened by it.