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Silicon categorized as a “beneficial substance” by AAPFCO
(Association of American Plant Food Control Officials) in 2013.
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AAPFCO defines a “beneficial substance” as "any substance or compound other than primary, secondary and micro plant nutrients that can be demonstrated by scientific research to be beneficial to one or more species of plants when applied to the plant or soil." Learn More.
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verb (used with object), promulgated, promulgating.
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