NZ Humates

Humic Supreme Granules

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Humic Granules are a highly condensed concentrate of sodium humic acid that can be used on all agricultural and horticultural environments. Humic Granules are derived from humate, which is regarded as a premier source of organic matter, containing up to 67% carbon.

Humic Granules can be mixed with products such as urea, lime or existing fertiliser combinations but we primarily recommend it for broadcast spreading.

It is designed to work in the soil and is perfect for soil rehabilitation and extending the impact of fertiliser that is subsequently applied. Rainfall or irrigation is required to work it into the soil.

Benefits

  • Highly condensed concentrate of sodium humic acid that can be used on all agricultural and horticultural environments.
  • Enhances the water holding capacity of soil.
  • Enhances nutrient holding and cation exchange capacity of soil, increasing plant take up of iron, copper, zinc and manganese.
  • Enhances the take up of biologically active plant ingredients while helping to control the leaching of nutrients, carbon and nitrates.
  • Contains qualities of trace minerals and up to 3000 calories per gram.
  • Rich in organic matter, thereby enhancing soil health and micro biological activity.
  • Using Humic Granules can significantly improve your soil quality, increase your plant growth and nutrient content, lower your fertiliser costs and decrease nitrogen and carbon leaching.
  • Trials have shown that adding 3 kg of humic granules per 100 kg of urea reduces nitrate levels by up to 35%.

Application Rates

Granular size 2-4mm

  • Broad Hectare: 2-5kg / ha per season
  • Vegetables: 2-5kg / ha per season
  • Maize & Row Crops: 2-5kg / ha per season
  • Horticulture: 20 – 30kg / ha per season
  • Kiwifruit: 20 – 30kg / ha per season
  • Avocados: Up to 50kg / ha or 5g per m2 per season
  • Urea: Up to 5% total per app
  • Fertiliser: 3% of total app