A processed concentrate containing humic acid in slow-release, granulated form. These humates are delivered in convenient 2 – 4 mm granules, containing 70% humic acids.
Australian Certified Organic (ACO) Registered Farm Input 456AI.
Offer all the numerous benefits of humic acid in a slow-release form.
Slow-release humic acid can help to stabilise inputs throughout the crop cycle.
This product still retains the high levels of broad-spectrum minerals that were part of the ancient plants from which it was derived.
Humic acid is a powerful fungi promotant. Beneficial fungi are the missing link in many soils.
Stabilise nitrogen and improve nitrogen efficiency.
Complex phosphate to reduce lock-ups.
Natural chelating and complexing agent to help magnify nutrient absorption.
Contains a growth promotant that can enhance cell division and elongation.
Can buffer the effects of excessive elements (particularly sodium), toxic chemicals and heavy metals.
pH buffering capacity to help neutralise the problems associated with pH extremes.
Promote seed germination in a shorter time.
Assist in soil wetting.
Promote soil structure improvement by promoting fungi to create a crumb structure for better water and oxygen intake and improved root penetration.
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– Bridie McLennan
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– Peter Cochrane, Cowra
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– John Traill, Liverpool Plains
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– Robert Pucciarmati, Dundee Beach
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– Peter Cochrane