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Making Healthy Soil

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If you have a yard, you know that taking care of your grass and soil means a lusher and more beautiful backyard oasis for you to enjoy. However, finding the correct balance of nutrients, water, and fertilizer to supplement your yard’s growth can be a challenge if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Different blends offer a variety of applications. For everything from treating nutrient deficiencies to preventing weeds and protecting your grass from the negative impact of drought or high temperatures in the future, there is a product you can buy to help fix your lawn

Fortunately, some products do a little bit of everything, making them a must-have for those looking to gain bragging rights in their neighborhood. That’s the way we feel about the Raw Organic Humic Fulvic Acid Root Hume. If you’re not familiar with plant nutrients, don’t let the name confuse you. This product offers customers a little bit of everything when it comes to creating a healthy and beautiful yard. Whether you’re a professional landscaper or just someone looking to take their yard to the next level, you’ll love the look that this creates. 

Our Raw Organic Humic Fulvic Acid Root Hume is a concentrated liquid formula derived from high-quality Humate sources. Popular in commercial agriculture and turf, Root Hume is used by farmers and professionals all over the world.

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Benefits of Humic Fulvic Acid Root Hume:

  • Increases cation exchange capacity, which releases internally stored nutrients such as ammonium, calcium, magnesium, and potassium to be released.
  • It enhances nutrient uptake, making it easier for plants to absorb the nutrients present within the soil. 
  • Boosts plant growth 
  • Conditions stressed soil, making it more nutrient-rich and able to effectively transfer the nutrients from the soil to the plants. 
  • Increases seed germination rate
  • Buffers soil PH

Humic and fulvic acids are essential for creating healthy soil as well as nutrient-rich plants. Humic acid molecules are much larger than fulvic acid molecules. Due to their size, humic acid is typically unable to enter the plant and is instead used to create a more nutrient-rich environment in the soil for the plants to grow. Fulvic acid, on the other hand, is the perfect size to be directly absorbed into the plants, providing essential nutrients to help create a more robust and resilient profile. 

Our Raw Organic Humic Fulvic Acid Root Hume is perfect for use on lawns, garden, turfgrass, flowers, trees, vegetable plants, fruit plants, and new sod. It is ideal for use as an overall treatment for your yard.

If your soil is dense, there may be additional products you need to help the nutrients absorb into your grass. Rather than utilizing aerating shoes or large equipment, learn more about our Liquid Aerating Soil Loosener. It helps prevent crusting, reduces compaction in the soil, and helps the vertical movement of moisture within your yard for maximum nutrient absorption. Create a yard you can be proud of this year, thanks to Simple Lawn Solutions.



3 Responses

AB
AB

April 23, 2020

How long do you have to wait to apply fertilizer after applying the root hume and the aerator?

Simple Lawn Solutions
Simple Lawn Solutions

April 20, 2020

Hello Brad, we recommend applying the aerator prior to the root hume. We recommend waiting for 3-5 days after applying the aerator to apply the root hume as this will allow for better absorption and give the aerator time to work through the soil.

Brad Griffin
Brad Griffin

April 20, 2020

Hi, I just purchased your Root Hume and liquid aerator.

Can I tank mix them for a single application or do they need to be applied separately?

Thanks!

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