The Humic Advantage 2017-08-22T14:49:42+00:00

The Humic Advantage

PrintHumic substances are produced by the biodegradation of dead organic matter. Humics is a buzzword in modern agriculture because of its benefits to your soil. Humics stimulate microbial activity, help break up compaction, assist in transferring micronutrients from the soil to the plant, enhance water retention, increase seed germination and improve the breakdown of plant residue.

Monty’s proprietary humic technology makes our product the most active and soluble available in the marketplace, and is formulated to the ideal humic to fulvic ratio to maximize yields and success. Unlike our competitors, we understand the right concentration of humic substances to maximize biological stimulation.

Our humics are also a true humic solution, which makes them the cleanest available. Most competitive products are suspended humics, which are less active and can settle out as sludge and clog nozzles.

Monty’s humics can improve your soil and maximize your yields year after year. Once applied to the soil, our humic technology provides a catalyst that makes everything you apply work better.

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Humics: What does the USDA think?

“Humic substances affect soil fertility by making nutrients more readily available to plants. Humic acids also promote plant growth by enabling root penetration in soils. Humic acid also acts in decreasing water evaporation from soils.”

“Humic substances are an important and dynamic portion of soils which exert a powerful control on soil chemistry.”

“Humic substances, the major components of soil organic matter, are important to agricultural areas such as soil chemistry, biology, and fertility, as well as environmental quality. The multiple parts played by these materials can greatly benefit plant growth. Examples are their contributions in plant growth enhancement, increasing fertilizer efficiency, or reducing soil compaction”

“[Humic acid] has been tested with many crops and found to increase plant growth and root development”