AdamsEarth® is an organic blend of humic and amino acids, North Atlantic Ascophyllum Nodosum SeaWeed Extract (SWE), natural sugars, vitamins and other organic compounds. The organic nutrients inAdamsEarth® will aid in the improvement of soil structure, rooting, and the uptake of N-P-K and minor elements.
AdamsEarth® contains several different sources of organic matter which will break down at varying times during the growing cycle, providing a longer period to aid in microbial feeding.
AdamsEarth® is a unique combination of humic acid, biostimulants, and micro-nutrients. The humic acid will assist in chelating nutrients tied up in the soil. North American Ascophyllum Nodosum SeaWeed Extract (SWE) improves rooting caused by auxin, cytokinin, and gibberellen hormones. The micronutrients will aid in the correction of soil deficiencies that may be caused by imbalances due to low or high pH.
Application Rates for AdamsEarth®
|Fluid Ounces/ 1,000 sq. ft.||Gallons/ One Acre||ML/ 1,000 sq. ft.||Boron/ 1,000 sq. ft.||Copper/ 1,000 sq. ft.||Iron/ 1,000 sq. ft.||Manganese/ 1,000 sq. ft.||Zinc/ 1,000 sq. ft.||Humic & Fulvic Acid/ 1,000 sq. ft.||L-Amino Acids/ 1,000 sq. ft.||Carbohydrates/ 1,000 sq. ft.|
|2 oz||0.7 Gal||59 ML||0.0001||0.0001||0.0001||0.0001||0.0001||0.0190||0.0612||0.0041|
|3 oz||1.0 Gal||89 ML||0.0001||0.0001||0.0002||0.0001||0.0001||0.0289||0.0918||0.0062|
|4 oz||1.4 Gal||118 ML||0.0001||0.0001||0.0003||0.0001||0.0001||0.0385||0.1224||0.0083|
|6 oz||2.0 Gal||177 ML||0.0001||0.0002||0.0004||0.0002||0.0002||0.0577||0.1836||0.0124|
|9 oz||3.1 Gal||266 ML||0.0001||0.0003||0.0006||0.0003||0.0003||0.0866||0.2753||0.0186|
Benefits of AdamsEarth®:
- Improves rooting mass with top growth.
- Chelates nutrients tied up in soils, such as phosphates and iron.
- Increases microbial activity.
- Increases plant vigor and chlorophyll production.
- Improves heat and cold tolerance.
- Releases tied up soil nutrients, allowing them to be plant available.
Use AdamsEarth® when one or more of the following occurs:
- Pre Stress Conditions
- Poor Rooting
- High Stress
- Insect Damage
- High Salts
- Drought Conditions
- Traffic and Wear
- Compaction and Poor Drainage
- High Disease Pressure
- Poor Soil Structure