Cinderite Benefits and Features
SAFE FOR PLANTS, CHILDREN & PETS: Our environmentally friendly soil amendment is safe to use around Plants, Children, and Pets. Use this soil additive to dramatically improve plant growth and health without harming your home's environment. Intended to be mixed with current soil for amazing be...
Cinderite drastically improves farm production and yields
Cinderite can improve farm production and yields
A one-time application of Cinderite increases moisture and nutrient retention, water infiltration, aeration and soil paramagnetism.
Cinderite also contains an abundance of essential trace minerals such as potassium, magnesium, copper, zinc, iron ...
Do I need to add Cinderite to my plants or soil annually?
The answer is NO, you do not need to add Cinderite annually.
Cinderite ONLY needs to be added to your soil one time and the benefits will last for many years to come.
The angular porous pieces of Cinderite hold and exchange nutrients efficiently and attract and redistribute energy back into the...
Is cinderite endorsed by The Dirt Doctor?
Dirt Dr. Howard Garrett is one of the foremost authorities on organic soils.
Cinderite has over 4,000 satisfied/happy customers in both commercial and residential applications.
Remineralization with Volcanic Rock Minerals
Soils from Volcanoes
Why do people live on dangerous volcanoes? The main reason is the rich volcanic soil. People are willing to take high-risk gambles for the most basic things of life -- especially food. Close to an erupting volcano the short-term destruction by pyroclastic flows, heavy falls ...
What is Basalt and how is it different and inferior to Cinderite?
Basalt is a dense, extrusive igneous rock that forms at or near the earth’s surface as a lava flow rich in iron and magnesium rapidly cools. Cinderite is a scoria, which can have a similar mineral composition of basalt, but contains many vesicles that form as gases escape the cooling lava flow or...
What is volcanic rock dust and why is it good for your soil?
Here is an article on why volcanic rock dust is good for your soil, 100% organic, and safe for all plants and animals.
Why does Cinderite DRASTICALLY reduce the need to use Fertilizers?
Cinderite is characterized as a time-release trace mineral amendment and is not a fertilizer.
By stimulating the microbial activity, and the production of humic substances, its minerals are “chelated” into a bioavailable form. Humic acid (from lignite, leonardite, or humic shale) or compost can ...
Why does Cinderite DRASTICALLY reduce the need to use Pesticides?
When combined with organic and regenerative cultivation practices, Cinderite enhances the plant's immune-response capabilities.
Microscopy reports reveal that Cinderite also stimulates microbial life as part of the soil food web.
We speculate this association is due to Cinderite’s trace mineral...
Why is Cinderite better than Pumice?
Pumice originates from shallow in the earth and is mostly comprised of silica, while Cinderite (a scoria) comes from deeper in the earth and has a great abundance of trace minerals. We selected this scoria due to its lack of heavy metals, low salinity, and ideal trace mineral content - which is n...
Why is Cinderite Superior over other Soil Amendments?
Cinderite is unique in that it’s sources are selected based on paramagnetism calculated as C.G.S. Research is just beginning to reveal the physical influence paramagnetism has on increasing vitality in plants and beneficial soil microbes. The vesicular texture and colloidal structure of Cinderite...
Why is Perlite inferior for soil and how does Cinderite's ParaLite product differ from Perlite?
Perlite is popped volcanic glass, which must be heated sufficiently during its production.
Its low bulk density is useful for its conditioning properties, but it doesn’t provide trace minerals or contain any paramagnetic properties which are included in Cinderite's ParaLite.