Plant research and massive germination of Amazonian trees

There is scientific evidence that plants think, react, remember, solve complex problems, and use adaptation strategies. As mankind moves its first steps in a world where everything is connected, plants have developed a network intelligence, distributed and without a command center to interact with the environment.  They communicate with each other and exchange information. They sleep, memorize, care for their children and are able to manipulate other species. The idea that plants are objects, without any ability to communicate or decide is a very settled prejudice. Perhaps for this reason, as it is well known by agroforestry specialists, the massive germination of native species has always been a major challenge for reforestation with native species. Many times we have heard the word impossible during our research work. One of the keys to our success in massively germinating jungle species has been to change our approach completely.  We have devoted our energies to the study of applied plant intelligence to field experimentation, fully self-funded, to understand the best conditions for reforesting in particular species that are being preyed by illegal logging in forest due to its very high price on the market and therefore in high danger of extinction.

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 All plants in nature are connected to each other by networks consisting of fungi, the internet of plants. Complex and refined networks are developed in highly biodiverse environments.

 

From seed to forest

We are able to germinate and produce any amazonic species.

 

We harvest the fruits and extract the seeds to preserve them and prepare them for fertilization.

We create the best conditions for natural germination.

We take care of the growth of seedlings with specific organic fertilizers for each phase.

We introduce seedlings in areas in reforestation with different species.

 We protect seedlings from attacking biologically controlled predators.

We reforest, regenerating highly biodiverse and productive forests.

We are the only ones to massively germinate Amazonian jungle species with natural methods.

We did it because we imitate nature.

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Species of high-value timber trees

 

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Production of vegetables and fruit trees