Colloidal chemistry is the science which converts elements into particles so small that living plant cells can utilize them as an energy source, thereby stimulating the whole plant’s electro-magnetic system. All living cells emit electro-magnetic waves and the more waves the healthier the cell. These waves, the result of the phenomenon of electro-magnetic emission, are referred to as biophotons. An increase in the production of biophotons helps in what is termed Systemic Acquired Resistance [SAR] as the plant grows healthier and stronger and now has the ability to fight off pests and disease.

The heart of this new chemistry is the technology used to create a "colloidal micelle." This micelle is about the size of 10 hydrogen atoms, or one nanometer. Sub-microscopic particles are created in a microscopic field similar to a magnetic field. This chemistry has made possible the development and emergence of a variety of organic products, and is one of the 21st Century’s most promising advances in environmental science.

In the realm below 50 nanometers, the normal laws of physics no longer apply and we enter the world of quantum physics, where materials take on surprising new properties. Colors and physical appearance may change and some solid objects can even become invisible.

Smaller particles means a larger surface area, which in turn means a quicker dissolving time in water and a faster absorption rate into your plant’s root systems.

This smart application of simple physics enables our nutrients to get to work quicker on your plants than any other product on the market.

But the benefits of size go beyond speed; our nanogen particles are efficient too.

Nano particles are easier for a plant to absorb and that means they expend less energy in doing so.

This conservation of energy means enhanced growth and development for your crop.

The less a plant has to work in taking up nutrients the more it can work on what you want your plants to be doing; promoting healthy, vigorous growth.