Wood Vinegar & Moringa Seeds – The “Superfood” Combo for Plants
Commonly referred to as the Drumstick Tree, the Moringa has been conferred various other names across generations. There is one name, though, that has stood out through the ages: the Miracle Tree. With an endless list of curative elements, centuries of people have turned to the Moringa for its miraculous ability to cure or benefit all sorts of ailments.
Its leaves, bark, sap, flowers, fruit, seeds, and roots are all used to make medicine for different ailments. The oil from its seed is also used in food, perfume, and hair care products.
Even the seed cake remaining after oil has been extracted from its seed can be used for a multitude of purposes; from being an effective fertilizer, to purifying well water, even removing salt from seawater!
Wood Vinegar – The One Ingredient for Plants
Another organic product that contains a mind-blowing number of useful elements within itself, wood vinegar has constantly been documented throughout history because of its ability to solve a wide range of problems.
It boasts over 200 constituents of helpful acids, enzymes, nutrients, hormones, and microbes that work hand in hand to create a wonder ingredient that is turning out to the be-all and end-all of plant care.
As we’ve covered in another article, wood vinegar was used as an effective pest combatant by our forefathers. It offers protection against harmful insects and effectively tackles plant diseases. It even helps to keep bigger visitors like cats and dogs away, preventing them from causing unnecessary harm to your plants.
Wood vinegar has also been proven to accelerate plant growth and encourage development of plant parts. Among others, it enhances rooting, improves root strength, leaves plants with lusher leaves, and promotes photosynthesis through increased chlorophyll amounts.