• Natural humic conditioner with calcium in the form of the EDTA chelate, obtained from American Leonardite and presented in the form of a soluble liquid. Humical improves the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of the soil. The use of the product allows the medium (soil) in which the crops are grown to be improved and transformed, facilitating the availability and assimilation of nutrients by the crops.
• The efficacy of Humical is guaranteed by its double function, firstly it acts as a soil conditioner and secondly as a corrector of calcium deficiencies. This solution may be used both in the control of physiological disorders. The product provides the calcium necessary, totally chelated and stable, in a soluble form that can be assimilated by crops.
EFFICIENT SOLUTION IN ALL TYPE OF CONDITIONS
• The use of Humical is particularly indicated for:
1. Cold light soils
2. Soils with a low level of organic matter
3. Soils with an acid pH
4. Hydroponic crops
5. Saline and sodium soils. In this case the application of Humical together with the Tradecorp Saltrad® corrector is recommended. See Saltrad web page.
6. Adverse climatic conditions:
- Winter period with loss of root mass through low temperatures or through the poor activity of the plant due to short daylight hours.
- Periods of high temperatures with closure of stomata and reductions in calcium assimilation.
7. Critical situations:
- Plants in full production with a high calcium demand.
- Calcium deficiencies in the growing tips.
- A need to provide calcium regularly for nutrition but without increasing the supply of nitrates for growth and fruit production.
HUMICAL OFFERS ALL THE BENEFITS OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES
• Humical contains humic and fulvic acids in its formulation providing the benefits of humic substances. Therefore, its use guarantees:
1) Greater yield and better quality in the harvest, increasing the assimilation and absorption of nutrients.
2) It facilitates the formation and development of an optimum improved root system, capable of utilising the resources available in the soil (fertilisers, nutrients, water, etc.).
3) Greater optimisation and efficiency in the use of the resources available in the soil, by increasing the absorption of N, P, K and different microelements. It also reduces blockages and antagonisms between the different nutrients due to the buffer effect.
4) It integrally improves the fertility of the soils physical characteristics (development of a good crumb structure by the formation of aggregates, aeration, humidity retention, respiration and metabolism stimulus, drainage, etc.); chemical characteristics (increase in cation exchange capacity, decrease in poisonous effects of toxic agents, recovery of insoluble phosphorus, etc.) and biological characteristics (microbial life, promotion of cell division, etc.) of the soil.