Effects of soil conditioner FFC-Ace© on inhibited plant growth under acidic soil conditions©

K. Ichikawa, J. Ueda, T. Fujimori

INTRODUCTION
Since 1984, Akatsuka Garden Company has focused on the behavior of certain ions, especially the iron ions in water, and interactions of water molecules with them. We have continued research on various solutions to not only accelerate plant growth, but also activate physiological functions of plants. Based on this research, we have developed FFC materials such as “FFC-Ceramics” (for water improvement), “FFC-Ace©” (for soil improvement), and others.
In addition, many agricultural producers in Japan have been utilizing FFC materials to rejuvenate plants and increase profits. Those producers have also explored many other possible methods of using FFC materials and consequently found good ways that benefit their actual production sites.
Ichikawa, K., Ueda, J. and Fujimori, T. 2016. Effects of soil conditioner FFC-Ace© on inhibited plant growth under acidic soil conditions©. Acta Hort. (ISHS) 1140:123-126
http://www.actahort.org/books/1140/1140_26.htm
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Acta Horticulturae