How Zeolite helps Hemp and Cannabis Growers cultivate in a economical way!


Used as a soil additive, with particularly interesting applications for cannabis.

Zeolite has many applications throughout the agricultural industry, including odor control, as well as toxins and moisture management in animal bedding.

Animal zeolite supplements may be used as a grow medium in greenhouses, which in turn avoids the production of methane which is a major contributor to climate change.

Zeolite is formed from volcanic ash which has tremendous attributes and properties which make it very useful in many industries.

Zeolite is one of the few minerals found in nature with a negative charge. The natural properties of zeolites act as molecular sieves, these filtering agents attract and trap positively charged atoms, ions, and compounds, and can remove them from the system.


Study investigated the effect of PLAN’s Z1 Zeolite on the growth and qualities of greenhouse grown low-THC Cannabis (industrial hemp), irrigation water use and nutrient release/retention of two substrates.

The cannabinoids analyzed included CBC, CBD, CBDa, CBG, CBGa, CBN, d8-THC,d9-THC, THCa, and THCV.

Studies show that Zeolite stimulated the production of tested cannabinoid compounds.

Z1 Zeolite added to the organic grow medium improved soil moisture conservation and the retention of the majority of 19 tested elements and improved the mineral status of the flower buds.

Zeolites have been proven to contribute to more efficient crops, plant health, significant yield and agricultural productivity.


ZeoPro stimulates root growth and speeds up grow for golf greens & tees, sports turf, race tracks, and other playing fields. Learn More

ZeoPro is officially recognized as Certified Space Technology.

Glacial rock dust is as an excellent soil amendment, packed with trace minerals that are lost by erosion and modern farming.

Zeoponic products have been tested in space on shuttle and space station research for future long term and distant missions and as key components of environmental life support systems for food production and balanced environmental controls.

The ongoing nutrient release makes for a more robust plant as it releases nutrients in the root zone.

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