Abstract: Electrolytes usually are not looked upon as relevant for soils and for plant growth. Aswell electrochemical activity in the soil is not taken into consideration. This is also true for the innerrespiration and energy flow in the organic unit of a soil site which can be looked upon as anorganism. Work on these fields conveyed that there is a respiratory path between plant and soil in achanging polarity between day and night. This phenomenon makes the electrochemical fertilizationeffect plausible. System modelling shows that plants get energy from anion respiration from the soiland the soil site in its life cycle can regain energy both from sun and soil. The energy from soil isconveyed by the pressure of highly active oxidative pressure of anion activity. This not only leadsto higher yields but also to higher insect calamities.