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Huma-what?

We are always looking for new products and ideas to help farmers increase yields, quality and sustain the soil. We think humates and humic acid products are something you should look at.

For more on what humates are.

Here is a short list of Humate Benefits:

  • Improved Water Retention, and water holding capacity
  • Humates can hold up to 20 times their weight in water. 
  • Humic substances can enhance the release of fixed K from montmorillonite soils.
  • Addition of humic acids can increase P uptake by 25%.
  • Humic substances will increase length, and number of lateral roots, seedling growth after germination, nutrient availability and nutrient uptake.
  • These substances also affect a wide range of enzymatic processes
This fall we will have a high quality humate product available, HumaCal.
 

HumaCal is a uniquely synergistic pelletized humate product made with calcium and sulfur. It naturally and effectively provides nutrients, chelating agents, buffering properties and biological stimulation to soil. HumaCal improves plant uptake of soil nutrients, stabilizes nitrogen, stimulates root growth and mass, and increases soil water holding capacity in various agricultural, turf and ornamental applications.

 

HumaCal’s unique pelletizing process allows clean, virtually dust free applications. These all-natural products are NOP approved and OMRI listed. HumaCal is non-toxic and non-corrosive.

 

HumaCal can be applied alone or blended with other fertilizers. HumaCal pellets are tightly screened for accurate blending with other fertilizer ingredients and precision application with any dry fertilizer spreader. HumaCal is recommended as part of a regular soil fertility regime and may be applied anytime, even at planting.

 

Additional Info

  • Article Reference:: Calcium Products, Inc.
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