Soil moisture management.

Humic acid is a highly concentrated form of the most active part of soil humus (carbon). It is extremely cost-effective from only a few dollars per ha.

Humic acid improves drought resistance by:

  • Improving moisture holding capacity of soils.
  • Improving soil structure like no other input can.
  • Working at the cellular level.
  • Increasing the water content of leaves.
Super Kelp improves root growth and resilience during dry periods

Kelp improves drought tolerance by:

  • Enhanced water uptake by the plant as a direct result of increased root growth.
  • Stimulating changes in the plant’s metabolic pathways, allowing roots access to moisture not normally available to plants.
  • Cytokinins in kelp slowing the rate of the plant’s degradation processes.
  • Cytokinins & betaines in kelp increasing turgidity of cell walls ie water less likely to flow our of cells.
  • Increasing chlorophyll ie improving photosynthesis.
  • Improving the moisture-holding capacity.
  • Enhancing potassium uptake which also induces heat tolerance.

Read pdf below for more detailed explanation.

Drought tolerance with active carbon (moisture) and kelp (root growth)

Super Kelp Leaflet

Vitazyme leaflet

Small changes can make a big difference!

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