Short Course Tomorrow Plant Sap Diagnostic

Hey everyone! This is just a reminder that our plant sap diagnostic short course is tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. MST.

For those who missed my talk, plant sap is taking the lead as a primary tool for optimizing plant nutrition. It works by extracting the cellular fluid from the plant’s leaves without destroying the plant material. In this effort, we can see at the cellular level how healthy our crops are.

Currently, this is mainly used in large-scale ag, and the only people in the industry who know how to interpret these tests and correlate them with water quality, and plant health are the most recent students at Santa Fe Community College.

Here are some highlights of PSA:

  • Accurate Nutrient Profiling: This technique precisely measures 23 essential and beneficial nutrients in your plants’ sap, helping you optimize their health and productivity.
  • Early Detection of Imbalances: Identifies nutrient deficiencies or excesses 2-6 weeks before they become visible, allowing for timely interventions.
  • Improved Plant Health: Enhance the overall health and vigor of your plants by maintaining optimal nutrient levels.
  • Increased Yields: Optimize nutrient management to boost crop productivity and quality.
  • Cost Savings: Reduce unnecessary fertilizer expenses by applying only what your plants need.

PSA allows us to simplify the complexity of balancing nutrients for optimal growth, increase resistance to pest and disease pressures, and maximize the efficiency of your nutrient inputs, reducing waste, environmental impacts, and lost revenue.

Sign up for the course to learn more about plant sap analysis. The discounted tickets are only for tomorrow’s class. Plant Sap Analysis Interpretation Short Course | Regen Aquaculture

Joe Pate
Founder, CEO
Regen Aquaculture
[email protected]
(720) 509-9624

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Great Job, Joe!! I hope the class went well today!