Humicrons is a concentrated water-soluble liquid organic root stimulator and soil activator. Rich in organic matter, it greatly improves the physiochemical properties of the soil and the microbial activities in the soil. Application of Humicrons results in higher yields, better product quality, massive root system, positive ecological effects, and increased soil tolerance to drought. Humicas also reduces the need for harmful chemical fertilizers.

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How Does Humicrons Improve Soil?

By adding organic matter, Humicrons improves the soil fertility and soil structure; it also helps in breaking down compacted soil and thus increases water retention and aeration, bringing the more effective distribution of water, oxygen, and nutrients directly to the plant’s root zone. Humicrons reduces soil erosion and saves topsoil. It buffers and neutralizes pH of all soil types and enhances nutrient transport and retention.

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Accelerates germination

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Enhancing seedling

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Vigour & root growth. Improves uptakes & translocation of micro and macronutrients.

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Helps plants to resist a drought-like situation

How Does Humicrons Improve Plant Growth?

Plant growth is improved through the structural improvement of soil, allowing for better root biomass development. Plant growth is also enhanced by the ability of the plant to uptake and receive more nutrients. Humicrons is especially beneficial in freeing up nutrients in the soil so that they are made available to the plant as and when needed. Humicrons is also essential because of its ability to chelate micro-nutrients increasing their bio-availability.

How Does Humicrons Improve the Microbial Activity?

The activities of beneficial soil microbes are crucial for the sustainability of any soil and plant growth. Humicrons stimulates microbial activity by providing the Beneficial Indigenous Microbes (BIM) with a selective source of carbon as its food, thus increasing their population, growth, and activity. Microbes are primarily responsible for the addition of humus in the soil as it continuously breaks down non-decomposed organic matter. Humicrons contains specific nitrogenous compounds which promote only the beneficial organisms.

Humicrons and Fertilization

Humicas is an active agent and carrier to use along with synthetic or organic fertilizer. In many instances, regular use of Humicrons will reduce the need for fertilization. In some cases, fertilization can be eliminated if sufficient organic material is present, and the soil can become self-sustaining through microbial processes and humus production.

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