Humic Acids Can Help your Thirsty Crop
Many people in the US Midwest are being affected by the most severe drought in close to 60 years. Growers in this area are seeing their crops wilt away and ultimately being mowed down or plowed under in hopes of seeing the rains return next year. This year they saw a disaster in which their crops were stressed and stunted, ears of corn did not produce anything and their soils were dry and cracked, thirsty for water. In times like these, growers look for answers and a solution to their problems. There is a product that can help trap and store the precious moisture for parched crops; that is, humic acids. Incorporating humic acids into your soils should be done as a management decision, in where, it is part of a conservation program combined with other effective crop management tools to help you bring the life of the soil back after so many years of synthetic fertilizer applications, pesticide applications and soil erosion events that have occurred.