A liquid solution of Potassium Humate providing a product suited to building soil humus and increasing soil fertility.

By directly contributing to humus development, HydraHume increases the soil’s water and nutrient holding capacity.

Potassium Humate is used to address high levels of sodium in soils aiding cation balances. It is an efficient promoter of plant growth, increasing root mass while also improving the supply of nutrients to the crop (fertiliser use efficiency).

HydraHume rapidly accelerates the microbial activity in soils, building soil carbon and reducing nutrient lock-up.

  • Promotes plant growth and root mass
  • Increases soil water and nutrient holding capacity
  • HydraHume is a certified organic input.
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BioAg continues to utilise only high-grade raw materials to develop its product range. Leonardite is the principal raw material, delivering one of the richest sources of humic acid available. BioAg’s production process minimises the level of chlorides in HydraHume.

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HydraHume resources

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