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A Perfect Match: Humic DG and Air Drill Seeders

One of the hottest topics of conversation between growers and our sales team has been the application of our Humic DG granules through an air seeder. Many growers are having success with Humic DG granules in both in-furrow or sideband applications. Why an Air Seeder? Air seeders (or air drills) have been used in small grain and […]

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Product Overview | Dispersing Granule (DG) Products

This post features a quick review of The Andersons dispersing granule (DG) humic products and their benefits to soil and plant health. In addition to our DG products, we also offer a full line of liquid and soluble granule (SG) humic products. A summary of these products were featured in a previous post. Growers of all types—from large acreage grain producers […]

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Product Overview | Liquid and Soluble Granule Products

This post features a quick review of The Andersons’ liquid and soluble granule (SG) humic products and compares them to other liquid potassium humates generally found in the marketplace. In addition to our liquid and SG products, we also offer a full line of granular humic products. A summary of our granular humic products will […]

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Black Gypsum DG Now Available In Canada

The Andersons Plant Nutrient Group is proud to announce that our Black Gypsum DG™ product is now registered [as Black Gypsum] as a supplement with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). This Canadian regulatory certification complies with the requirements and standards of the CFIA fertilizer and supplement laws, making Black Gypsum DG available to the […]

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Introducing UltraMate LQ®

We are happy to announce the expansion of our humic product line to include UltraMate LQ — a sulfonated potassium humate liquid. UltraMate LQ completely mixes when added directly to liquid fertilizer, micronutrient or pesticide formulations over a wide range of pH values. The compatibility of UltraMate LQ allows the user to apply this humate […]

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Is Your Soil Ready for the 2016 Growing Season?

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Are you ready for the 2016 growing season? More importantly, is your soil ready? We spend a lot of time thinking about our nutrient inputs for the growing season, but often fail to consider the health of our soil. Many of our soil management practices decrease soil carbon, as compared to what it was when […]

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Humic DG & Black Gypsum DG Certified as Organic Input Material in California

We are proud to announce that our Humic DG™ and Black Gypsum DG™ products are now certified as an Organic Input Material (OIM) in the state of California. This California regulatory certification complies with the requirements of the National Organic Program standards. Both Humic DG and Black Gypsum DG also carry OMRI listings for organic […]

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Introducing K-Mate SG – Featuring Soluble Granule Technology

Following the 2014 launch of Humic DGTM, Black Gypsum DGTM and UltraMate SGTM, we are happy to announce the further expansion of our humic product line to include K-Mate SGTM – a super concentrated soluble granule formulation of potassium humate. Featured in K-Mate SG and UltraMate SG, Soluble Granule (SG) Technology is part of The […]

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Humic DG – Now Available in Canada

The Andersons, Inc. Turf & Specialty Group is pleased to announce that Humic DG is now available to customers in the Canadian turf, agriculture and horticulture markets. Listed as a Registered Supplement by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Humic DG is a dispersing granule humic acid product that provides a full complement of humic substances […]

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Air Seeders: The Ideal Humic Acid Delivery Tool

One of the hottest topics of conversation this Spring between growers and our sales team has been the application of our Humic DG through an air seeder. Many growers are having success with Humic DG in both in-furrow or sideband applications. But why keep all of this knowledge to ourselves? I wanted to take a few moments to […]

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