Give Your MMJ Crop A Humic Acid Burst With Europonic Fossil Fuel by Hydrodynamics
Posted by Lee G. Leissett | November 07 2011 | 6044 views | Comments ↓
Humic acid helps your plants absorb nutrients while improving microbial activity.
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The addition of humic acid to a medical marijuana gardener’s nutrient regiment can be very beneficial. Humic acid’s ability to break up compacted soils allows better water penetration and higher oxygen ratios, creating a better environment for root growth. Humic acid can also add essential organic material that improves water retention in loose or sandy soils and enables the soil to retain vital plant nutrients instead of leeching them out.
Humic acid works as a chelater, improving the plant’s ability to uptake and receive more nutrients. It is capable of breaking down bound molecules into a form which plants can absorb. The last advantage of humic acid is its stimulation of microbial activity. By providing microbes with a carbon source of food, humic acid encourages microbial activity and microbial reproduction.
Europonic Fossil Fuel by Hydrodynamics is a highly concentrated form of liquid humic acid designed for use in hydroponics or soil. The humic acid in Fossil Fuel is derived from Leonardite. Leonardite is a low rank coal, derived from terrestrial plant matter. Leonardite is composed of 85% or more humic acid, making it the perfect source for humic acid extractions. The extraction method used by the people of Hydrodynamics creates an incredibly potent humic acid formula designed specifically for plant fertilizer supplementation.
Fossil Fuel is meant to be used in conjunction with your regular fertilizer program and is compatible with any fertilizer regiment. I generally mix Fossil Fuel at half the recommended dose (2 tsp per gallon) for both hydroponics and soil. I have noticed positive results within a few days after application. Although I have yet to try it as such, Fossil Fuel can also be used as a foliar spray.
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Article by Lee G. Leissett, on Nov. 7th 2011