Bit Silica+

Silicon-titanium fertilizer (formerly known as E silicon-titanium fertilizer) was originally developed by using silicon compounds as non-toxic biological insect repellents (repelling red spiders, white ants and other pests) in the early stage, and accidentally discovered unexpected effects on plant growth and crop yield increase. It has been applied in field trials since 2003. From 2003 to 2006, the field trials of rice, wheat and corn proved that it has the effect of increasing yield by more than 15% with strong plants, great lodging resistance and high-quality products, especially for dozens of crops such as solanaceae, vines and leafy vegetables.