Super absorbent polymer (SAP) are polymers that can absorb and retain extremely large amounts of a liquid relative to their own mass and has water retention properties. it is a white powder and forms inti transparent gel when dissolved in water. Each particle of super absorbent polymer, however remains separate and can absorb up to 500 times its weight of water resulting in a 500 fold increase in particle size. Unlike most substances, which hydrate, the hydration of super absorbent polymer is fully reversible and the particle can return to its original size. The water can be removed by a variety of methods such as heating or high pressure. The super absorbent polymer can thus act as water reservoir, that can be filled and emptied many times.
IAA is predominantly produced in cells of the apex (bud) and very young leaves of a plant. Plants can synthesize IAA by several independent biosynthetic pathways. Four of them start from tryptophan, but there is also a biosynthetic pathway independent of tryptophan. Plants mainly produce IAA from tryptophan through indole-3-pyruvic acid. IAA is also produced from tryptophan through indole-3-acetaldoxime in Arabidopsis.
IAA has many different effects, as all auxins do, such as inducing cell elongation and cell division with all subsequent results for plant growth and development. On a larger scale, IAA serves as signaling molecule necessary for development of plant organs and coordination of growth.
It is a stabilized gel made from sea algae based concentrate. It contains many different varieties of beneficial bacteria which act as a microbial innoculant in the soil. It is easily soluble in water. After dilution, the microbes will multiply and thereby enrich the soil. It can also be sprayed on the soil or crop and can even be broadcasted with irrigation water to enrich the soil. It will ensure a healthy crop and thereby give a better harvest.