FAQ

“Nanoparticles” is a physical term for a molecule of “nano” size. On the other hand, “nanonutrients” is a term from the borderline of biochemistry and physiology denoting a nutrient (a substance essential to plant life) of the size “nano”. When talking about Nanoplant, these are equivalent terms.

Nanoparticles in nanoplant remain in soil and water for up to 3 weeks. After 2-3 weeks, the nanoparticles become common minerals (oxides, sulphides, etc.) in the soil.

You can read report of these studies in the RESEARCH section.

 

Mostly we are dealing with electronics, machines or other industrial nanomaterials. Attitudes towards them are twofold: undoubted effectiveness and uncertain future effects. There are doubts about the physical and chemical properties of the nanoparticles used in these areas and their effect on the environment and live organisms.

Nanonutrients contained in the Nanoplant are identical to the naturally occurring minerals found in the soil, only their size (physical properties) are different.

The chemical, physical properties of the nutrients were not altered during production of Nanoplant. As a result, there are no side effects. Due to the unique production technology, nanoparticles in Nanoplant are 100% available for the plant, quickly penetrate cell walls and are already involved in biochemical processes within 1 to 2 hours.

Nanoplant nanoparticles consist of different micronutrient ions (oxides, sulphides, etc.) that are combined into naturally occurring compounds and encapsulated in a natural biopolymer (carbohydate) shell. Composition of each Nanoplant is the effect of many studies and trials, which results in their high efficiency.

Yes, all the elements are identical to the natural forms of iron, manganese, zinc, cobalt, copper, molybdenum, selenium, found in environment.

Yes, the presence and stability of nanoparticles in Nanoplant has been studied in the accredited laboratory  in Germany.

 

Nanoparticles are of two types: natural and industrially designed. The micro-nutrients (iron, copper, manganese, etc.) contained in the Nanoplant product are identical to naturally occurring minerals in the soil: hematite, covellite, pyrolusite, etc.

Nanoparticles in the soil are formed for thousands of years. The Nanoplant manufacturing process replicates the natural processes that occur in the natural environment. It only lasts for thousands of years in nature, and the processes in the lab run faster.

Nanoplant properties and effects have been explored since 2012.

Several hundred trials on many crops are currently underway that prove the efficacy of Nanoplant for plant growth, development and productivity. Also, the environmental impact of Nanoplant, which has been investigating over many studies. The research was conducted in strictly scientific experiments: pots, in phytotrons, in greenhouses, on experimental plots and in field conditions. A number of comparative experiments were also carried out on production fields under various environmental conditions.

You can read some of these studies in the RESEARCH section.

Yes, Nanoplant is used in animal nutrition, as mineral additive to feeds, regulating certain metabolic processes.

Yes, Nanoplant can be mixed and used with plant protection products and liquid fertilizers without reducing their effectiveness. This is due to its chemical neutrality and the fact that it is used in very small doses.

No, the effectiveness of Nanoplant is not influenced by water pH, temperature, hardness, phosphate ora carbonate content.

Yes, Nanoplant can be mixed with macro-nutrient fertilizers and plant protection products.

Nanoplant is produced in Lithuania according to the patented technology developed by the Belarusian Academy of Science.

Yes, Nanoplant Start + and Nanoplant Ultra can be used in ecological farming in accordance with the Regulation of the European Commission (EU) No. 889/2008 of September 5, 2008, which establishes the rules of application in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007 on organic production and labeling of organic products in relation to organic production, labeling and control and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91. Both products have appropriate certificates.

Nanoplant can be used to for all: open field crops, vegetables, fruit crops (orchards), grasses, legumes (pulses), spices & ornamental plants, green areas etc.

No, Nanoplant is not harmful to humans or animals if used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
In addition, many toxicological tests have been carried out at accredited scientific units that have shown that Nanoplant is completely safe for humans and animals.

You can read some of these studies in the RESEARCH section.

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