SiLicium is beneficial for the regulation and the absorption of macro and micronutrients by the plant via xylem to the shoots and leaves. Silicon is translocated as anion, monosilicic acid, resulting as a silicon-cellulose membrane throughout the epidermal tissue. Found to have association with phosphorous and calcium ions, this process in which plant biomass enriches its level of silicon is called monosilicic acid polymerization. The application of SiLicium through the root system results in increased resistance and protection against diseases, drought, heat and other environmental stressors during vegetative and budding development. Using SiLicium, your plants will root faster and develop stronger stems, leaves and plant biomass overall.