- Increases the cation exchange and buffer capacity of soil and thus free P, Ca and microelements held by clay minerals and increase their availability to plants.
- Chelates nutrients and reduces leaching of chemical fertilizers.
- Increases organic matter in soil and decrease the use of inorganic chemicals fertilizers.
- Helps break up compacted clay soils and allowing for enhanced water penetration and better root zone growth and development.
- Adds essential organic material necessary for water retention in sandy soil and thus improving root growth and enhancing the sandy soil’s ability to retain and not leach out vital plant nutrients.
- Mitigates the toxic effect on plants in high salinity and sodicity soils.
- Enhances growth and proliferation of beneficial micro-organisms in soil.
- Helps in balancing the soil pH.
Directions for use
For soil application, dilute at a rate of 1 part HUM-MAIZE to 50 parts water. For foliar application, dilute at a rate of 1 part HUM-MAIZE to 250 parts water. It can be used alone or in combination with fertilizers and pesticides. A compatibility test is recommended prior to mixing with other chemicals. Shake well before use. Apply 3 gallons per acre during the cultivation season using pivot irrigation system.
Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. In case of contact, immediately flush skin, eyes or clothing with plenty of water for at least for 10 minutes.
HUM-CORN 1258 PKRN is a natural organic soil conditioner and fertilizer. It is brown to black in color and soluble in water.
- Increases root growth and improves drought tolerance
- Build strong stalks, fight diseases, and move water within the plant.
- Builds cellulose and reduces lodging.
- Helps translocate sugars and starches.
- Produces grains rich in starch and Increases protein content of plants
- Helps retard the spread of crop diseases and nematodes.
|K deficiency Symptoms||Phosphorous deficiency Symptoms|
|Chlorosis (Yellowing) and necrosis (tissue death) of the maize leaf margins, beginning on the lower leaves||Reduced early plant growth and tiller development.|
|Older leaves turn yellow with tissue necrosis along the margins, but the upper new leaves may remain green||Young corn plants often turn purple.|
|Stalks lodging ( breakage of the stalk below the ear)||Plants remain green but older leaves have reddish-purplish leaf tips and margins.|
|Plants are smaller and grow more slowly than do plants with adequate phosphorus.|
Time and Rate of Applications
|land preparation||Apply 1 gallon per acre directly to soil|
|At Beginning of V3 growth Phase||Apply 1 gallon per acre foliar after 2 weeks of corn emerges|
|At V10 to V12 growth Phase||Apply 1/2 gallon per acre foliar after 5 to 6 weeks of corn emerges|
|Before silking||Apply 1/2 gallon per acre foliar after 8 weeks of corn emerges|