The reason in composing regarding this matter is twofold. To start with, it is proposed to convey to the consideration of established researchers the genuine probability of the invigorating impact of Stearic Acid on plants. plant nursery Seattle WA 

Furthermore, production of these outcomes should make them accessible for facilitate assessment of the potential advantage of utilizing this material in plant development incitement.


Stearic Acid is one of a gathering of long-chain unsaturated fats happening in the phones of plants and creatures. It happens widely in nature, regularly being consolidated into triglycerides.

It is a strong, a white shapeless powder. Other physical properties incorporate a sub-atomic weight of 248.47; thickness 0.747 gms./ml.; liquefying point 393 degrees Centigrade, and solvency 0.034 gms. in 100 ml. of water.

It is known to have surfactant properties, being just somewhat dissolvable in polar and non-polar solvents. In view of its surfactant properties, it has been utilized widely in the make of cleansers and cleansers. It is additionally known to advance the development of some dirt creatures, for example, microscopic organisms.


This report depicts the outcomes acquired on five distinct assortments of vegetable plants and one blooming plant, to show the conceivable general adequacy of plant development incitement.

Different sorts of plants influenced have additionally been seen to develop at a quicker rate after treatment with Stearic Acid.

These influenced plants incorporate the accompanying: a Pereskia desert plant (“lemon vine”) had become gradually for three months. After treatment, it developed to more than fifteen feet long, finished a five-month time span. A Swedish Ivy plant, two years of age, had leaves on new development twice as vast as more established leaves, beginning two months in the wake of starting treatment.

At last, a half year after treatment, a Hibiscus plant, which was a cutting from another plant, had become bigger than its untreated parent.

Tomatoes and different vegetables (radish, broccoli, cabbage), and prickly plant plants were additionally seen to be empowered to an expanded rate of development by utilizing Stearic Acid alone, prompting this claim of it being a general plant invigorating operator.

Test comes about on beans, squash, carrots, red beets, corn and marigold are accounted for here. Just Stearic Acid powder was utilized to treat plants. Control plants were untreated. No extra watering was utilized as a part of an open air cultivate. Just the typical measure of precipitation achieved the plants.

The strategy utilized was to put around two grams of Stearic Acid powder under the dirt, near the plant, when the plants were from a little while old, and had grown genuine clears out. It has been discovered this is an important methodology, since when seeds were planted in soil that had just been treated with Stearic Acid, a diminishment in the quantity of seeds growing was watched.

In a different analysis, when pea seeds were set in water containing some Stearic Acid, the seeds swelled and burst inside three or four days; bringing about a white, thick mass. Treating seeds with Stearic Acid, at that point, appears to antagonistically influence the rate of germination of seeds.

The fairly diminished measure of germination that has been seen, in addition to the unmistakable slower development rate of most treated seedlings, affirm the need of including Stearic Acid after the plants have progressed past the seedling stage, keeping in mind the end goal to get the greatest advantage from this strategy for treatment.


The yield of bean plants treated with Stearic Acid was about double the sum regarding the number and weight of units per plant, when contrasted with untreated plants. Fifteen plants both control and treated were tried. Normal number of units/plant was 14, for control plants and 25 cases/plant for treated plants.

For carrots, a 30% expansion in normal weight of root was acquired; which was the most minimal increment in yield got in this test. Twenty plants were tried, the two controls and treated plants. A normal weight of controls was 31 grams, and for treated plants, a normal weight of 40 grams was gotten.

Red beets demonstrated a 60% more noteworthy weight for treated plants, when contrasted and controls. Eleven control plants and eleven treated plants were tried. The normal weight of control plants was 168 grams, while the normal weight of treated plants was 385 grams.

Squash plants were empowered to deliver natural product which was twice as expansive for treated plants when contrasted with controls. Twelve plants were tried, the two controls and treated plants. The normal weight of control plants was 1.5 lbs., while the heaviness of natural product from treated plants was 3.0 lbs.

Regarded Marigold plants were twice as vast and had double the quantity of blossoms, when contrasted with control plants. The normal tallness of twelve control was 6 inches. The tallness of treated plants was 12 inches.

The control plants had a normal of 10 blossoms, while treated plants had a normal of 20 blooms.

Corn gave very different outcomes, yielding even less normal weight per ear for treated plants, when contrasted with controls. Since just 2 or 3 ears for each plant was acquired, the biggest ear from each plant was weighed. Twelve plants were measured. The normal weight of ears from controls was 162 grams, while the normal weight of ears from treated plants was 144 grams. The conclusion came to was that no impact of Stearic Acid on corn was watched.


As beforehand showed, ensuing tests affirmed that the most appropriate time of use was around one week after germination; for bean plants past the seedling stage.

Over the span of still different tests, it was discovered that a portion of similar assortments of plants that were invigorated, were repressed in development if an abundance measure of Stearic Acid was utilized (radish, red beets and cabbage). This impact happened when an abundance measure of powder material was put in the dirt around pruned plants in a nursery.