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The GREEN +  CROSS Delivers Only the Finest ,
Highest Quality HUMATE Concentrate, in the USA.

Liquid Humate
Humate has shown to increase root production by 3, and has also shown
to increase crop production by 3 fold, in hydroponic or field applications,
over 25 years of
farming , on every crop .

Are all humic acids or humic extractions the same?

Not all extractions are the same.

The biggest difference between one company and another, in making a Humate product,
is the time and care that it takes to make
the absolute BEST extractions of the short chain
Fulvic acids, That we Always deliver.

Time is money, therefore many rush the process.
are
They may have a high level of humic acids, but the short chain fulvic acids, that our Liquid Humates contain,
are the highest of Fulvi Acod Concentrae, take the most time,  to yield the highest fulvic acid level possible
.

The GREEN + CROSS  Delivers  the Highest Concentrated FULVIC ACIDS,
\in our ORGANIC HUMATE
, than any other Product in the USA.

Sections of the below Humate introduction are reprinted from the 420 Magazine Forums

FULVIC  ACID       HUMIC ACID

 Liquid Humate was developed for foliar feeding and seed treatment. The general rate per acre is from 16 to 32 ounces per acre. Our Humate  contains all the  fulvic extractions plus some of the plant active humic extractions as well. General applications  are generally less then a dollar per acre. Excellent results occur when applied to early new growth.  Liquid Humate stimulates root development followed by more vigorous plant growth. When Liquid Humate is mixed at the rate of 16 ounces per 100 gallon in a tank mix,  the response of other ingredients in the foliar application is improved. Many have found that they can cut the application rates back on herbicides by 20%. Humate is our  top selling product. Liquid Humate is available in 5 gallon buckets, 55 gallon drums, and 275 gallon totes.

 Concentrated Liquid Humate is designed for treating the soil. Helps soils that are low in organic matter,  helps corps utilize plant nutrients in low pH soils. Concentrated Liquid Humate increases the cation exchange  of the soil which helps in the exchange of plant nutrients from the soil to the plant. Concentrated Liquid Humate  will help bring the soil structure back and aid in providing an environment for friendly micro life with in the soil. Normal application rates are 64 ounces per acre and up. Concentrated Liquid Humate is available in 5 gallon  buckets, 55 gallon drums, and 275 gallon totes. Liquid or Dry HUMATE Can be applied anytime in Crop Acreage, with early spring and fall being the two traditional times,  to apply Humate to the soils.. Growers of Hydroponic Crops apply Humate to the seed during germination and seedlings growth start, as well as spraying the foliage during the plant's maturation. Our Years of Humate research,  provided by Growers utilizing Humate, who have documented  Humate’s yearly growth  records, has shown us, that ; In All HUMATE applications, whether growing oats, indoors during winter, in Scandinavian Farms,  to feed winter live stock growing  bananas in the tropics, high altitude dryland irrigated potatoes, soy beans and wheat in any soils , cannabis , hemp, salads, vegetables or any other crop, Humate has shown a 3 to 5 fold increase in yield production. Kansas Wheat Grass framers have incresed their per acreage production 5 fold , for 350 pounds of wheat grass per acre to 1650 ponds per acre, the first year , utilizing our Humate . Humate promotes a 3 + fold in Root formation, in any crop production , hydroponic or open field. The cost- return,  from Humate application, is the most rewarding, economical investment, in any crop propagation. Humate consistently delivers the highest crop yield, return, from such a small investment , in all the agricultural sectors,  no matter what the crop.  No other plant stimulate can compare , in cost , or increased production.                                   And, Do not Panic , Humate is Organic. !

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How to benefit the most form our products.

We promote a four point program.

 1 Plant nutrients must be available in some form or the other. Once those nutrients are provided, we help to make  them available to the plant. 2 The structure of the soil must be in good shape as well. Our products and programs help the soil to be all it can be. 3 The micro life of the soil must be in good shape and maintained. Our products and programs help build a friendly  environment for a healthy micro life in the soil. 4 Applying our foliar products provide natural growth stimulators to the growing plant to take advantage and make  the most of its growing conditions.

Our goal is to help producers achieve the above in the least expensive manner and in an effective profitable way.
It is for this reason many are now adding our program to their program

General foliar application for Liquid Humate

Improve your success with foliar application

General seed application for Liquid Humate

General application for Concentrated Liquid Humate.

Mycorrhizal Fungi Application

The benefits of the four point program, yields get stronger each year. The soil structure improves.
The cation exchange will improve. Where as on other programs, yields tend to be good for a few years and then they
start to drop off. Insects and other plant problems seem to become greater. In this program things improve and signs
of problems do not appear as great and generally they will work out naturally or with less expense of correcting the problem.
Insects and plant diseases are nature's way of eliminating a crop that is no longer compatible to the environment.
Our four point program helps to keep the proper environment for good plant health and profitable production.
Any crop harvested from the soil is removing nutrients; we must replace them as we use them. Nutrient exchange
in the soil requires a micro life to maintain this exchange.

The big question is how much will our program increase yields? Remember the basics, the nutrient that is least meeting
need is the most limiting factor for production. Our products do two things, first it helps the plant to cope with nutrient
deficiencies, Secondly, and our product's stimulates the plant to use the nutrients that are available very efficiently.
How great the nutrient deficiencies are determine yield potentials, an example, water is one nutrient, no water no yield,
some water some yield and we can improve on that little water and so on. And in ideal conditions, the limiting factor is the
bred in yield ability of the plant, we can improve that by stimulating the plant even to better production. With our low cost,
we become an insurance factor that producers need to give them the edge.

The expense of this program is one that will make most all crops more profitable. Even in dry land conditions where yields
are low due to low rain fall other then desert conditions, our products will help increase production and improve profits.
We believe if it does not make money, do not do it.

Our goal is to help all of agriculture to achieve excellent results in the least expensive manner and in an effective profitable way.
Our products will help make the high plains dry land wheat farmer more profit to the vegetable grower in the valley more profit.
It is for this reason many are now adding our products to complete their program.

General foliar application for Liquid Humate

Early in the growing period or when new plant growth is taking place with enough leaf present to absorb a
foliar application
, apply from 16 to 32 ounces per acre. We have found that following the first application with a second
application in about ten days of 16 to 32 ounces per acre improved results even more. Two smaller applications are better
then one large application.

If the crop is for hay or pasture, it is very important to do your best to do the second early application, the hay production
for the rest of the season is just better. Then after each cutting apply 16 to 32 ounces per acre when there is sufficient new
growth for foliar application. If it is for pasture, apply 16 ounces every 30 days if you have good growing conditions. If the
growing conditions are unfavorable such as being too dry for plant growth, do not apply.

For small grain such as wheat, barley, oats apply 24 ounces on the first application after the plant has sufficient amount of
foliage to absorb a foliar application. A second application should be applied just before the plant starts to joint. This will help
improve fill and test weight.

For corn, milo and other similar crops apply two 24 ounce per acre applications about ten days apart after the plant has sufficient

For beans apply two 16 ounce applications per acre about two weeks apart after there is sufficient amount of foliage for good
absorption. If possible apply 24 ounces just ahead of the bloom stage.

For cotton we recommend treating the seed either ahead of time or at planting time. Use both our Mycorrhizal fungi and Liquid
Humate. If possible, early in the spring apply Concentrate Liquid Humate at one gallon per acre, one gallon of molasses and two
quarts of our Gro-Bac soil amendment. When the plant has four leaves apply 24 ounces of Liquid Humate per acre. Follow that
with a second application with in two weeks.

In all of the above situations, if only one application is all one can manage to accomplish, the single application will perform very
well. We suggest a small test a plot for the second application to prove to your self the benefits of the second application.

Improve your success with foliar application.

Most plants will use nutrients from foliar application more efficiently then being fed through the root system.

Studies have shown that on an average less then 50% of the plant nutrients that are absorbed by the roots may never reach
the above ground portion of the plant. Studies have also shown that only about 70% of the fertilizer applied to the soil is used
by the plant. Just by using a foliar treatment of Liquid Humate the percent of fertilizer the plant can use through the root system
will increase. By combining the increased nutrient uptake and the growth stimulation that Liquid Humate provides, yields are
increased. Producers are farther finding out that by adding some of their fertilizer needs along with the Liquid Humate in the tank
mix, yields are helped even more. Here are a few suggestions to improve foliar applications even better.

Most plants have the highest absorption rate with tank mix of a pH of 5.8 to 6.2. Water in most cases has a pH of about 7.0 which
is too high for good absorption. Whether one is spraying with an herbicide or with plant nutrients, a good pH meter is money
well spent. To adjust the pH down one may add a little vinegar. Caution is required as it may take less vinegar then one may think.
Having too low a pH is just as bad as having too high of a price.

After adjusting the tank mix pH, one must check the plants that are being sprayed. If the fluid is beading up on the leaf, absorption
of the mix is going to be poorly absorbed and results may be disappointing. The addition of a surfactant may be required to allow
the plant to become wet by your treatment. Follow the directions on your surfactant label and if you are using other products,
follow their recommendations concerning the proper surfactant and usage.

Using a very fine mist or spray may prevent one from seeing the beading up on the plant. Very close examination is required.

In general an application rate of at least 15 gallon of fluid per acre on most crops gives better results over lower applications.
This requires more stops to refill and more time is involved, but the results will speak for themselves.

Liquid Humate greatly improves the uptake of other nutrients or herbicides that are being applied. Plants like Liquid Humate and will
open up to absorb the Liquid Humate. Whether the tank mix has herbicides or plant nutrients, they will follow the Liquid Humate
into the plant and penetrated the plant cells even down to the root ends at a very high rate. Many are able to cut rates by as much
as 25% and achieve excellent results. Caution should be used when applying herbicides when non-targeted plants are present.
The extra uptake of the herbicide on non-targeted plants may absorb more herbicide then they can tolerate. Always mix a small

test in a jar to insure that your complete tanks mix is compatible.

Other plant nutrients may be mixed with Liquid Humate. We suggest a small test to be ran with all ingredients to assure that
they are compatible together. Some ingredients may separate or gel up together. If at all possible, use Liquid Humate with
other plant nutrients. Liquid Humate will increase the uptake of those nutrients. It is for this reason many companies use Liquid
Humate as their base to carry their products in.

General seed application for Liquid Humate

Liquid Humate may be applied directly to the seed in a mist or in a manner in which all the seed is covered and
is not too wet.

Another popular method is top dressing directly to the seed as one is planting.

Side dressing as one is planting is good also but the plant will for obvious reasons will not respond as quickly to the benefits
of the Liquid Humates until the plant comes into contact with it. Depending what one is trying to achieve, from 16 to 64 ounces
per acre may be used.

General application for Concentrated Liquid Humate
Concentrated Liquid Humate is great when applied directly to soils that have an organic matter of less then 5%. Soils with organic
matter 5% and above will generally have sufficient amounts of natural carbon in them. Concentrated Liquid Humates contain
liquid carbon fractions that stimulate the micro life of the soil.

Apply at least from 64 ounces to one gallon per acre before the growing season and another 64 ounces after the growing season.
It is best to apply before the crop is growing or before it is planted. Time is needed to allow the humate to work down into the
soil to go to work releasing nutrients and conditioning the soil. Fall and early spring application is great for perennial crops.
These crops generally develop their root system for the next growing season in the early fall or early spring.

If at all possible do not apply Concentrated Liquid Humate as a foliar treatment. It will be poorly absorbed and may damage
the foliage of the plant.

If you have not studied the benefits of the micro life in the soils you should. Concentrated Liquid Humate aids and benefits
the friendly micro life in most soils. To boost the micro life even more, add one gallon per acre of molasses with the humate
application. We prefer liquid molasses over dry because the dry molasses has a carrier that takes up more room then the water
does in liquid molasses. Plus the cost of drying and the addition of the carrier just add to the total cost of the end product.

We also offer Gro-Bac soil amendment which when added with the Concentrated Liquid Humate and the molasses, excellent
results follows. Suggested application rate is 64 ounces of Gro-Bac, 64 ounces of Concentrated Liquid Humate, and one gallon
of molasses per acre. Apply early spring and late fall. Apply Liquid Humate as a foliar.
product.

Mycorrhizal Fungi Application

We also have Mycorrhizal products available. Mycorrhizal fungi are friendly fungi found living on the plant root system. These fungi
act as root extenders. They draw plant nutrients to the plant to help feed the plant and in return the plant feeds the fungi.
The fungi cannot live with out a living plant. The foliar application of Liquid Humate increases the sugar content of the plant.
These sugars are the ones that feed the fungi and this will greatly increase the colonization's of the fungi on the roots of the plant.
The two work together in a good over all program. Mycorrhizal fungi are known for making phosphorus and nitrogen available
to the plant. This product should be applied directly to the soil or to the seed of the plant at planting time. On perennial plants
only one application is generally necessary as the living root system will maintain the fungi for years especially if Liquid Humate
is used on a regular program. When Mycorrhizal fungi are used with our Humate products the soil nutrient holding capacity I
ncreases over time. This product is direct shipped from the manufacture to insure top quality of your shipment. Contact us for

 Mycorrhizal Products Mycorrhizal fungi live on the roots of plants. Mycorrhizal fungi and humates work hand in hand with each other. These fungi  generally make phosphorus and nitrogen available to the plant. This product works best when applied directly to the roots.  Excellent plant response has been reported with seed treatment. Mycorrhizal fungi is available in 20 pound bags. All orders  shipped directly from manufacture to insure freshness.

 Gro-Bac Gro-Bac soil amendment is a fermented product that provides special nutrients for developing and boosting friendly soil  bacteria. Works very well when included in an over all program with all of the above products. It can be applied any time,  but early spring and fall are best. Application rates are from one quart to two gallon per acre. Gro-Bac soil amendment is  available in 5 gallon buckets, 55 gallon drums, and 275 gallon totes.

To achieve the four point program we recommend the following:

 1 Test the soil and determine what nutrients are needed for the crop and yield goal. Develop a plan as to how and when to  provide those nutrients. These nutrients may be applied dry, liquid or foliar or all three. You can use commercial fertilizer,  alternative nutrients, or organic forms to achieve the total nutrients needed. 2 The key in good soil structure is making sure such elements as calcium, magnesium, and sulfur are proper. Treating the soil  with out the proper ratios or amounts of these elements is like treating symptoms rather then the cause. 3 Developing the micro life back will help troubled soils maintain proper structure, plus help provide plant nutrients to the plant  when needed. To do this, we recommend 64 ounces of Concentrate Liquid Humate per acre, one gallon of molasses per acre,  and 64 ounces of Gro-Bac soil amendment per acre. Apply early spring and again in the fall of the year. Each year yields trend  to get progressively stronger with this program. If your soil is testing above 5% organic matter, then the addition of Concentrate  Liquid Humate is not necessary. The cation exchange of the soil will improve with the addition of Concentrate Liquid Humate. 4 Foliar application of our Liquid Humate will stimulate the plant to be aggressive in using the above program very efficiently.  Treating the seed with both Liquid Humate and Mycorrhizal fungi which will boost the plant even more. Plus, the organic matter  in the soil will increase with most grass type corps such as wheat , rye, oats, etc..

General guidelines and cost saving helps.

First, to build a house with out a foundation is not wise. The soil is the foundation to a crop. Therefore, our first concern is to
make sure we have a good foundation or have our soil in shape to grow a crop. We can irrigate, fertilize and plant good seed,
but with out a good soil for which the crop can develop in our returns may not be what they should be.

The soil is where the majority of the plant lives. If the majority of the plant is below the surface, we can then assume that if we
have a good growing environment for the roots, the top growth would be much better. More then 50% of the plant mass is below
the surface of the ground. Organic matter is the major single factor to having a good soil that will hold plant nutrients, hold water,
make the nutrients available to the plant and so on. Building the organic matter in the soil requires 30 tons of dry plant material
per acre to convert into 1% organic matter. This is with the assumption that 1/3 of the total plant material will convert to organic
matter. Organic matter in the soil provides the humate component. It is easy to understand why the additions of humates improve
the soil both structurally and with improving the micro life of the soil. Soils that have a pH of above 7.2 will benefit from the
application of both dry humates and liquid humates. Soils with a lower pH will not respond very well to dry humates. Dry humates
must be turned into a liquid to benefit both the soil and the plant. This is done by raising the pH. Low pH soils will respond very
well to Concentrated Liquid Humate. By the additions of humates, we can build a temporary environment in the soil that will help
the soil respond like it has a high level of organic matter. Applying as much as one gallon of Concentrate Liquid Humate per acre
is very cost effective. Plus it is a better choice as compared to applying 30 tons of dry plant matter per acre. If your soil has more
then 5% organic matter, then the addition of Concentrated Liquid Humate is not going to benefit, your soil is already producing
enough humate on its own.

The questions that producer's have is, "I am limited on the amount of money I can spend, what should I do?"

Soil test is the very first action that should be done. This takes the guess work out of it. With out a soil test it is like driving
down a crooked road with a blind fold on.

What should the soil test provide? The soil test should provide the following; pH of the soil, the organic matter, the cation exchange,
the amounts of major plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, sulphur, magnesium, and the level of
trace elements. Next, request with the soil analysis the recommendations according to the crop and yield you are striving for.
Many state universities laboratories will give these recommendations. In making this request, the production goals and the type
of crop you are going to grow should be included with the soil sample. A production goal of growing the most I can get is not a
good goal. The goal must be realistic for the soil and your location.

After the soil test, I have had producers say, "I have done that and could not afford to apply the recommendations!" On some
soils that are very low in the basics this is a very true statement. The main reason, if one applied all the recommendations all at
once, the response may not be very effective the first year or two any way. You cannot turn a sand hill into dark soil over night.
Our motto, "If it does not make a profit, do not do it." We believe we need to work with both what you can afford and the results
of the soil tests. From a soil test one can develop a program that will give you the greatest return for the dollar invested.

Most recommendations are only concern with the chemical side of the equation with in the soil. They will give recommendations,
as to the amounts of the major nutrients that are needed, but make no recommendations as to improving the organic matter,
building soil structure, improving the micro life of the soil, improving the cation exchange of the soil, all of which makes their
recommendations more efficient and more productive. If your soil conditions are such that only about 40% of the applied plant
nutrients are going to be available to the plant, it is going to increase your production cost and make your bank account fall short.
Most universities will admit that on an average, only about 65 to 70% of the applied plant nutrients are used by the plant in average conditions. With the rising cost of fertilizer, it is not very comforting to know that at least 30% of your fertilizer dollar is not going
to benefit you. That means a $300 dollar ton of fertilizer is actually costing you close to$400! At 300 lbs per acre that is a cost
of $15 per acre that you are throwing away! Not to mention lower yields as well. Our goal is to not only utilize all of the fertilizer you have applied but improve production and profits as well. Fertilizer companies and many universities say that if you apply all the nutrients they recommend then you will get what the soil needs. If this is a true statement, then the following should be improving; the cation exchange should be improving every year, the organic matter should be improving every year, the pH should be holding its own, the soil structure should be improving every year, plant diseases should be less of a problem every year, but what has happened, the soil has gotten sicker each year. We get so many producers who say that their production, after several years have been declining, where as producers on our program keep getting stronger and stronger production figures and their profits are improving. The soil did not go bad over night, and it is not going to get better over night either. That is why dumping the whole load all at once is not good either. The organic folks work on the soil, where as the chemical folks work on the plant nutrients. Both are important. The top organic folks realize they must supply at least 30 tons of dry plant material per acre for each growing season. When they do this, they consistently achieve good results. In 30 tons of dry plant material, one is supplying most everything they need. Now, the cost of 30 tons of dry plant material and the cost of applying it is the question? This year, in our area, the worst baled hay we have is$100 per ton. That makes their program \$3,000 per acre! But you say, "I can get it free." Well, hauling it in, spreading it, working
it into the soil and then adjusting the soil environment to make it work right is not free! The back yard gardener can get enough
organic matter from normal household waste materials. But the large scale organic producer has real long term challenges.

The benefits of our program, is to help the soil to be all it can be for the least out of pocket costs, and then stimulate the plant to
use what is available very efficiently. Our basic recommendation is to apply two foliar treatments of Liquid Humate about 10 days
apart of at least 16 to 32 ounces per acre after the plant has enough new foliage to treat. This is the least expensive. In most areas
this can be done with very little cost. This will increase the root production of the plant, improve nutrient up take, improve top
growth, and help the plant during periods of stress. If you are making hay, apply 16 ounces after each cutting. Hay producers are
reporting faster re-growth on treated hay. If you are grazing, apply 16 ounces every 30 days if you have ample moisture. The
amount of plant nutrients that are available in this program will determine the total increase of yield. Liquid Humate will stimulate
the plant to grow a great deal, but at the same time we are drawing nutrients from the soil. We need to test the soil to keep
up with nutrient up take. When ever possible, apply Liquid Humate directly to the seed, this will always benefit new plants for a
fast start.

Our next best cost effective recommendation if the organic matter is low and/or the pH is below 7.0, apply 1 gallon of Concentrated
Liquid Humate per acre. Follow this with the above foliar application. Then apply one half gallon of Concentrated Liquid Humate
each fall and spring. Soil structure will start to change, micro life will start to regain its self. Each year production seems to improve.
Soil test show that the cation exchange will be improving, and some crops will start to increase the organic matter of the soil.
Soil pH will start to stabilize and the need for liming as often is less. This application on low pH soils is a quick temporary fix for
many problems associated with low pH. This can be done for about a tenth of the cost of liming. However, liming is still our best recommendation.

The best over all program is to do the above but and then add our Gro-Bac to the soil treatment at the rate of two quarts for the
first application, then only one quart is needed spring and fall. The addition of one gallon of liquid molasses with Gro-Bac is an
excellent program. This really kick starts the micro life of the soil and keeps it headed in the right direction. Every soil has its own
micro life that has developed over thousands of years. Many of these micro bacteria are not the most friendly. They have
developed a strong resistance to other bacteria and have also developed an environment for them to guard. This is the reason
to continue to add Gro-Bac to help steer your soil towards a better soil environment.

When ever possible, it will always pay to inoculate your plants roots with Mycorrhizae fungi. On some crops this will take a bit
of doing. Seed treating is the most cost effective method. On perennial crops Mycorrhizae inoculation pays big dividends.
The reason, only one inoculation is all that is required to last several years. Inoculated plants with Mycorrhizae will benefit a
great deal from foliar application of Liquid Humate. We will only recommend Mycorrhizae based upon each situation.

WHAT IS HUMATE ?

Humate is Leonardite in its Natural Form

 What is humate or what are humic acids? Humic acids are found naturally in nature where ever there is organic matter. The higher the organic matter  in the soil the higher the amounts of humic acid are present. Humic acid is a very important link in the life cycle  of plants and the micro life of the soil. As plant matter starts to decompose it is a result of the microorganisms  found in healthy soils. These organisms break down the plant material and while they are doing that they secrete  humic acids. When these humic acids are present they start to play a very important role in the cycle of plant life.  Humic acid are known as organic acids. In healthy micro environments both short chain and long chain molecules  of humic acids are secreted. The short chain molecules are known as fulvic acids. These short chain molecules are  very easily absorbed by the plant roots and if applied to the above ground portion of the plant, the plant will readily  absorb the fulvic acids. The long chain molecules play a more active role in the soil. Humic acid is also a result of  composting of organic matter. Many claim that it is the humic acid that is secreted by the microbes that make  compost so valuable to the soil as well as improving the health of the plant. Our source of humic acid is from the  Mesa Verde mine in Northwest New Mexico. The deposit is form an old rain forest that did not turn into coal but rather conditions were such that the microbes were able to continue to cycle until a very high concentrate of humic acid  was obtained. The Mesa Verde mine is known for its high levels of fulvic acids. Humate may have from just a few  percent of humic acids to as high as 70% humic acids. We select only the humate with the highest humic acids for our products.

Are all humic acids or humic extractions the same?
Not all extractions are the same. The biggest difference between one company and another using the
same product as we do is the time and care that it takes to make good extractions of the short chain

fulvic acids.

Time is money, therefore many rush the process. They may have a high level of humic acids but the short chain
acids fulvic acids take time to yield the highest level possible.

Then there are different compounds that are used to raise the pH. Some compounds actually have an adverse
effect upon plants and the soil.

How humates help make producers more money?

By applying humates the plant receives fulvic acid plus short chain humic acids that stimulates the
plants that are growing new growth to:

 1 First increase roots. A plant in its fast growing stage or early development will take advantage of the stimulation  of the humic acids to grow more vigorous roots. 2 Top growth is generally noted following good root development. 3 The increased root development allows the plant to take up more plant nutrients from the soil. 4 With in a few hours of foliar treatment the polysaccharides will increase in the sap of the plant. Polysaccharides  feed the Myorrhizae on the roots of the plant. Mycorrhizae which are little fungi found on healthy plant roots.  As the sugars from the polysaccharides increase so do the Myorrhizae. Many soils only allow 1 to 2% Mycorrhizae.  When the plant sugars are increased, the plant is able to secrete more food for the Mycorrhizae. The Mycorrhizae  will grow around the roots and will reach out into the soil and make plant nutrients more available to the plant.  In time (over a period of a few years) these Mycorrhizae will increase in numbers and help change the soil  structure to benefit the soil. 5 Plants treated with Liquid Humate will take advantage of nutrients including fertilizers and will increase the yields  of plants. In other words the plants become more efficient with all nutrients including water. Efficient plants are  more productive thereby increasing profit potential.

How much of an increase in yield can be expected?

Yield is directly dependant upon the proper levels of nutrients being available. The nutrient that is in shortest supply
of meeting its requirement will play the greatest role in controlling production. However, plants will be able to
increase and compensate for such deficiencies with the additions of Humates. The same can be said when the
question is asked, "How much will the addition of nitrogen increase yield?" Other plant nutrients also play a role
in that yield as well. In general conditions, the addition of Liquid Humates will return excellent yields.

How will Humate help to lower production cost?
Lowering production cost with the additions of Liquid Humate is achieved by increase of production.

Do I still have to use fertilizer when I use Humate?
Whether one is using a commercial fertilizer program, alternative farming practices or is an organic farmer, the
plant has nutrient requirements. In all cases, Humates help make these nutrients not only more available to the
plant but allows the plant to use them more efficiently. We recommend testing the soil and choose your method of
supplying those nutrients for the plant. We have producers who are not adding any plant nutrients to their program
only humates. They are getting good yields however we do not recommend that practice.

How do Humates help plants energy levels
Fulvic acid contains a very high energy factor. With just a little movement fulvic acid will
discharge a static charge. Plants respond to this in a very positive way. Insects seem to leave high energy plants
alone. The immune system of the plant seems to work better when energy levels of the plant are elevated.

Why are Liquid Humates gaining popularity?
We have found that plants treated with Liquid Humate have more stress tolerance to shade, drought, and other
nutrient shortages. These tolerances are generally very apparent. These tolerances play an important role to
insure the success of any program.

Why use foliar feeding?
It has been known for some time that foliar feeding is more efficient in the use of plant nutrients from 2 to 5
times more effective in plant response. Liquid Humate have a chelate effect upon plant nutrients, or makes
them more available to the plant. The fulvic acids can penetrate the cell walls of the plant and will draw in the
plant nutrients with it. When applied to the surface of the plant, the plant opens up to draw in the Liquid Humate.
As it draws in the Liquid Humate, the other plant nutrients that are in the tank mix will be drawn in at a higher rate.
Two things are happening here; better nutrient uptake by the plant plus the plant is stimulated to grow and use
the nutrient more efficiently. Adding Liquid Humate to a foliar feeding program just makes a good program even better! Always test a small mix to insure that all ingredients are compatible.

What about Liquid Humate and herbicides?
Caution should be used when Liquid Humate is used with herbicides. When Liquid Humate is added to the tank mix
with herbicides the plant will open up and receive more of the herbicide than normal. This increase uptake of
herbicide may have an adverse effect upon plants that are not targeted. Normally one can cut the herbicide
recommendation by 20% with 16 ounces per 100 gallons of tank mix and achieve excellent results. One should first
test a small mix to insure that all ingredients are compatible.

How do humates benefit the soil?
Humic acids have a very positive effect upon the soil. The addition of humate or humic acids will benefit  the soil very
much, when the organic matter is below 5%. However, the foliar application of Liquid Humate will benefit the plant
a great deal. Soils low in organic matter will also have a low cation exchange. This means the soil has a very poor
ability to make plant nutrients available to the plant. Fertilizers are poorly used. The additions of Humates or Liquid
Humate will increase the cation exchange of the soil. The micro life of the soil will increase which will help the soil
structure. Sandy soils will improve in its water holding capacity and tight soils loosen up. Some toxic metals can
be locked up with the Humates and will prevent them from entering the plant.
Humate tends to move the soil pH to neutral.

Molasses contain sugars that feed bacteria. If the soil is low in organic matter then the addition of molasses
will increase the number of bacteria in the soil. However, molasses does not feed only the friendly bacteria
but also the unfriendly bacteria. Which ever one is present at its highest level will increase the most. If an
unfriendly bacteria is present in higher numbers they will dominate the friendly bacteria. Since humates are
only formed from friendly bacteria, the present of humic acid suppress the unfriendly bacteria, thus allowing
friendly bacteria the upper hand. The odor of good soil is not offensive, it has a good aroma to it. When you till
good soils it has an invigorating smell to it. If your soil smells like sewage or smells sour your soil may have
unfriendly bacteria having the upper hand. Putting molasses on this soil will only increase your problem. However,
putting Liquid Humate with molasses will suppress the unfriendly bacteria and allow the friendly bacteria to multiply.
It may take time to change the environment with in the soil to overcome the unfriendly bacteria and to create a
friendly environment for the good bacteria. Normal rates of molasses is one gallon per acre spring and fall. If your
soil does not have a pleasant odor, apply at least 500 lbs of dry 70 % humate per acre followed by one gallon of
molasses per acre. Follow that treatment with one gallon of molasses with one gallon of Liquid Humate every
fall and spring.

When is the best time to apply Liquid Humate?
To increase yield and to improve the plants ability to deal with stress, Liquid Humate should be applied at the
beginning of the season to any plant that is developing new growth. This is generally done when the plant has
enough new growth to absorb the foliar application. A second application is recommended about 10 days to two
weeks later. The first application will start an increase in root formation. The second application will take advantage
of the increase root system and increase top growth. Both applications should be at least 16 ounces per acre. If it
is on hay, apply two applications at the beginning of the season as stated above and then apply 16 ounces when
there is enough new growth for good foliar coverage after each cutting. Applying a 16 ounce application after your
last cutting will pay big returns next spring. If you are unable to apply only once, apply 24 ounces per acre.

To speed maturity, apply 16 to 32 ounces per acre to a plant that is in a stressed condition or is in its maturity stage.

The easiest is to apply about one quart down the row on the seed at planting time.

This will speed germination, emerge and root development. Coating the seed can also achieve good results.
Follow with foliar treatment as out line above will enhance the total program.

 1 First increase roots. A plant in its fast growing stage or early development will take advantage of the stimulation of the humic acids to grow more vigorous roots. 2 Top growth is generally noted following good root development. 3 The increase root development allows the plant to take up more plant nutrients from the soil. 4 With in a few hours of foliar treatment the polysaccharides will increase in the sap of the plant. Polysaccharides feed the Myorrhizae on the roots of the plant. Mycorrhizae which are little fungi found on healthy plant roots. As the sugars from the polysaccharides increase so do the Myorrhizae. Many soils only allow 1 to 2% Mycorrhizae. When the plant sugars are increased, the plant is able to secrete more food for the Mycorrhizae. The Mycorrhizae will grow around the roots and will reach out into the soil and make plant nutrients more available to the plant. In time (over a period of a few years) these Mycorrhizae will increase in numbers and help change the soil structure to benefit the soil. 5 Plants treated with Liquid Humate will take advantage of nutrients including fertilizers and will increase the yields of plants. In other words the plants become more efficient with all nutrients including water. Efficient plants are more productive thereby increasing profit potential.

Our years of Humate research,  provided by Growers utilizing Humate, who have documented

Humate’s yearly growth records, has shown us, that ;
In All HUMATE applications, whether growing oats, indoors during winter, in Scandinavian Farms,
to feed winter live stock,  growing  bananas in the tropics, high altitude dryland irrigated potatoes,
soy beans and wheat in any soils , cannabis , hemp, salads, vegetables, or any other crop, Humate has
shown a 3 to 5 fold increase in yield production.

Humate promotes a 3 + fold in Root formation, in any crop production , hydroponic or open field.

The cost- return,  from Humate application, is the most rewarding, economical investment, in any crop propagation.

Humate consistently delivers the highest crop yield, return, from such a small investment , in all the
agricultural sectors, no matter what the crop.

No other plant  or soil stimulate can compare , in cost , or increased production.

Humate is 100% Organic. !

In 2013 , we experimented with Humate,  utilizing Liquefied Fulvic Acid , by injecting
Fulvic Acid into the Agaentis Hydroponic feeding tubes, and we discovered , that
Liquified Humate Tripled the growth of Lettuce, compared to other growth trays ,
that did not utilize Humate in the feed , injected into the Algaentis Growth Trays.

We also found, that Liquiffied Humate Tripled the growth of Algae spores,
that we were growing in our Algaentis Hydroponic  Growth Tower,  in Edinburgh
Scotland,  during researching the propagation of algae, in cooperation with  EU's
only
Algae Depository and Algae Research Facility, in Oban , Scotland;   www.sams.ac.uk

The effects humates have on plants.

The big difference between a commercial fertilizer program and the organic programs is the commercial fertilizer
majors on plant nutrients, where as the organic programs whether the organic folks know it or not, they are
supplying growth hormones to the plant. The organic folks apply compost or compost tea which contains some
fulvic acid and some plant active short chain humic acids. These have an Auxin hormone effect upon the plant.
Auxins make plants grow. Then they use fish emulsions. They say, "Look at all the N P & K in there! There is some
N P & K but when you only put out 6 gallons per acre you aren't getting much N P & K. But what you are getting
is a good load of Gibberellins found in fish. Gibberellins are plant growth hormones. Gibberellins make plants grow.
What about Kelp or sea weed extracts? Look at all the trace elements in sea weed? If you are only putting one
gallon per acre, there are not enough trace elements to do any good. However, the kelp or seaweed extracts are
high in Cytokinins. Cytokinins are plant growth hormones. If nature was balanced, we would have all of the growth
hormones present and all of the plant nutrients present as well. The organic folks would improve their results if they
tested their soils and supplied the proper nutrients and the commercial fertilizer farmer would do well if they added
the natural growth hormones to their program as well.

Another thing that humic acid can be used for is those with high chlorine or chloramines in their tap water,
by adding just a little humic acid, the humic acid will neutralize the chlorine and chloramines rendering them
harmless to the microbes.

The AMERICAN GREEN + CROSS
and

ALGAENTIS

www.Algaentis.com

Fully Automated Algae and Hydroponic

Propagation Systems
and HUMATE Distributor

Christopher Smith

President and

General Research and Development Manager

, Pagosa Springs, Colo. 81147

and 705 Hunter Drive #1404,Pueblo , Colorado 81001

970-398-9222

csmith@algaentis.com

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