Humi[K] GYP is a perfect blend of Gypsum and Humic Acid for use as a soil amendment and nano-fertilizer.
Humi[K] GYP was formulated to provide a perfectly balanced blend of Gypsum and Humic Acid. The combinatorial chemistry of Humic Acid and Gypsum allows for enhanced nutrient availability, translocation and improves overall soil health and sustainability.
At Humic Growth Solutions, we perfected the art and science of functional carbons and their fusion with other vital inputs. Our patented 100 percent soluble Humi[K], fused with gypsum, creates special impact zones for soil heath, fertilizer, and water use efficiencies. It is fundamental for creating stable humus, healthy soil aggregates, and high yield and quality outcomes that result in high return on investments.
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Purpose: to condition soil, improve water and air penetration, address alkalinity problems, and enhance nutrient absorption. Product suitable for use in Organic Agriculture.
Directions for Use:
For use with any well balanced soil/plant nutrition application in all agricultural crop field applications. Use at all times of year when fertilizer pplications occur, i.e. fall fertilizer applications, spring pre plant, at planting, as well as in crop or top-dress. If unsure of application rates for your specific crop(s) or soil(s), please consult your local Agronomic Professional.
Fall Fertilizer Applications: 100-1,000 Ibs./acre
Spring Pre Plant: 100-200 Ibs./acre
Seeding: 60-100 Ibs./acre
Top Dress: 100-200 Ibs./acre
Humi[K] Gypsum serves as an innovative and dynamic soluble granular.
▪ It is easy to mix.
▪ Offers cost-effective transportation and application ease for growers, commercial and urban horticulturists, along with golf courses, thus enhancing soil sustainability, crop production and return on investment.
Every year, globally we lose 24,710,000 acres of crop land due to salinization and erosion. Research has shown that a combination of stable humus and gypsum can enhance soil’s aggregate stabilization and salt remediation.