I need a technical/scientific illustration that is also visually interesting. It is to illustrate how two different products effect a citrus tree.
Our liquid nitrogen fertilizer contains 85% Slow Release Nitrogen. It is a long chain Methylene Urea Nitrogen Molecule. This complex molecule breaks down slowly over 6-12 weeks.
It is a superior product because it feeds the tree consistently.
Our competitors are quick release nitrogen products made with urea. These feed the trees quickly and then disappear causing a cycle of too much food and then starvation which is unhealthy.
I uploaded two charts showing how slow release nitrogen causes gentle waves of feeding and the quick release nitrogen causes "peaks and valleys".
Take a look at the file named Sample Idea Citrus Nitrogen Release Comparison.jpg this is an idea for the layout showing two sides to the same citrus tree. The one on the left is a tree taken care of with G.P. Solutions slow release nitrogen. It is slightly larger, more healthy, more green leaves, more roots, etc...
The one on the right has urea nitrogen applied and it is slightly smaller, has more yellow leaves, less roots, and more oranges fallen on the ground. I described this on the JPG. The 'N' represents Nitrogen. Please feel free to come up with a more interesting way to represent Nitrogen.