Humic Acids & Trace Minerals
Humic Acids help correct multiple deficiencies in crops by providing high-quality micronutrients for healthy plants and better yields! This unique blend of humic acids, cultured soil bacteria, and trace minerals, can be easily applied with other liquid fertilizers allowing you to have spectacular results.
The end result of the composting of ancient plant and animal matter.
These complex organic molecules are considered by many to be very beneficial.
According to research conducted by Texas A&M’s Professor Emeritus, Dr. Robert Pettit— humic acids produce all of the physical, biological and chemical benefits you will see here.
Besides Dr. Pettit, the USDA and over 20 major universities have conducted
research on humic acids and have concluded that they are a monumental discovery in plant nutrition and soil fertility!
Farmers that have already reached optimum fertilization practices see significant improvement in nutrient uptake, plant growth, and yield by incorporating United States Ag humic acid into their fertilizer programs!
A broadcast application can restore and enliven tired, worn out soils. It is a great tool for both no-till and conventional farmers because not only does it do all these things, but plant uptake is improved for most additives whenever humic acid is included in the mix!
Boosts growth of desirable soil life
Increases germination of seed
Improves plant respiration
Stimulates root growth
Stimulates plant enzyme
Improves nutrient uptake
Stimulates growth at all stages
Increases vitamin content of plants
Acts as an organic catalyst
Feeds microorganisms that recycle nutrients and produce antibiotics
Increases metabolism within moments after foliar application
Regulates growth hormones
Helps convert elements to plant food
Rich in organic/mineral substances
Retains soluble fertilizers in the root zone
Has high ion-exchange capacities
Time releases nutrients as needed
Stabilizes nitrogen applications
Breaks down salt complexes
Buffers pH of soils
Absorbs toxins like salt water and pesticides
Carbon charges bind to the toxic molecule, allowing microbes to break it down
Make soils more friable or crumbly –
breaks up hardpan (a dense layer of soil)
Increases water holding capacity (up to 7 times)
Breaks down crop residues
Improves soil workability
Increases aeration of the soil
Builds organic matter
Reduces soil erosion
Stabilizes soil temperature
Restores and enlivens tired, worn out soils