Soil Hume: Seaweed, Humic Acid Soil Treatment (32 Ounce)

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Enhance the performance of your fertilizer and improve the quality of your soil for your lawn and garden!

Seaweed Soil Hume is a Humic Acid & Seaweed (Kelp) Blend. Seaweed Soil Hume is capable of retaining and converting soil nutrients into an exchangeable form to be made available for plant growth. 

Our Humic Acid is derived from what is considered to be the highest quality humate source available, Leonardite. Our Humic acid is obtained via a Proprietary Extraction Method versus made from soluble powder making it a very pure and active form.  Our decades of research have resulted in formulas that are expertly manufactured with our proprietary manufacturing method, unlike any other product on the market.

Who Should Use This Product? Seaweed Soil Hume is best to be used...

  • To enhance your soil’s mineral content
  • If you want to enhance your fertilizer program
  • If you are trying to boost seed germination
  • To improve nutrient uptake and condition soil

Whether you are looking to maintain your current lawn, correct nutrient deficiencies, or you are starting your lawn completely from scratch, our customer care team and products have you covered! Contact our team for a custom lawn plan tailored to your lawn’s needs!

Humic Acid helps to promote the release of locked-up nutrients in the soil to increase the transfer of fertilizer. 

Seaweed as added organic matter to the soil.

  • Humic Acid Promotes Micro Nutrient Uptake.
  • Contains 4% Kelp (Ascophyllum Nodosum).
  • Can be Used Alongside Your Fertilizer Program.
  • Covers 3,200 Square Feet.
  • Can be Used on Any Grass Type.
  • Great For Garden, Flowers, Trees, & Fruits/Veggies.
  • Unique, Proprietary Formula. 
  • Humic Acid is Derived from the Highest Quality Humate Source.
  • Proudly Made in the USA.

For best results, water the lawn for 20 minutes within 24 hours of application. Water is essential for maintaining your lawn, and your lawn should receive 1-2 inches of water per week. Fertilizer will not treat a lawn that is suffering from disease, pests, weed infestations, or drought, and these conditions should be treated separately.