Competitive Dissolving & Crystallization in Soil

I have recently discovered several interesting phenomena indicating Competitive Solving and Crystallization in soils of northern Sweden, the most interesting outcome is the conclusion that non-nutrients like titanium, lead, barium and zirconium cause a release of nutrients like magnesium, calcium, iron and phosphor yielding a positive plant nutrition-effect. This resulted in the theory of competitive solving & crystallization, where hard to solve compounds outcompete more soluble compounds in deficiency of negative ions.

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I am interested in developing a research collaboration on this topic.

Joakim Forssman