Raider5678

How to increase Chlorophyll

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Raider5678    25

Hey guys, I have a job to design something to increase the chlorophyll inside of plants, not kill them, and fertilize them at the same time. Uh I can get them the fertilizer, but I need something to make them green, which I assumed increasing Chlorophyll levels in a plant would be the best way. Any ideas on how to do this?

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dimreepr    631

Hey guys, I have a job to design something to increase the chlorophyll inside of plants, not kill them, and fertilize them at the same time. Uh I can get them the fertilizer, but I need something to make them green, which I assumed increasing Chlorophyll levels in a plant would be the best way. Any ideas on how to do this?

 

 

Larger leaves.

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Raider5678    25

 

 

Larger leaves.

Well the idea is actually for grass. To make it look green, to fertilize it, and most of all, not kill it.

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Sriman Dutta    44

As far as I know chlorophyll is a compound of magnesium. So soil enriched with Mg may be useful.

I might be wrong....

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Itoero    47

Enrich your soil with N(Nitrogen) and M(Magnesium).

N and M are building blocks to make Chlorophyll. K(Potassium) helps transport Chlorophyll. But to much K inhibits Chlorophyll uptake so I would be careful when you add K. This is what a chlorophyll molecule looks like:

450px-Chlorophyll_d_structure.svg.png

 

edit: When you add to much nitrogen, the grass might look burned and might die. This can also happen when you pee on the grass. Especially when you've eaten a lot proteins, your pee will contain a lot of nitrogen (ureum).

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Raider5678    25

Enrich your soil with N(Nitrogen) and M(Magnesium).

N and M are building blocks to make Chlorophyll. K(Potassium) helps transport Chlorophyll. But to much K inhibits Chlorophyll uptake so I would be careful when you add K. This is what a chlorophyll molecule looks like:

450px-Chlorophyll_d_structure.svg.png

 

edit: When you add to much nitrogen, the grass might look burned and might die. This can also happen when you pee on the grass. Especially when you've eaten a lot proteins, your pee will contain a lot of nitrogen (ureum).

Brilliant.

Experiments will be conducted shortly and the chemical compound will hopefully be found. Now I can get magnesium, now where to get nitrogen.

As well as a few other minor things to help.

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Fuzzwood    168

Nitrogen-rich fertilizer. But you want to inject it in the soil to prevent aforementioned damage. Ammonia is caustic.

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Raider5678    25

Nitrogen-rich fertilizer. But you want to inject it in the soil to prevent aforementioned damage. Ammonia is caustic.

I don't suppose there's any way to separate the nitrogen? I'm assuming not.

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