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 using application methods which are unacceptable for conventional products—directly into tank mixes, drip irrigation and onto acid soils.
UltraMate LQ allows plants to utilize applied N, P, and micronutrients more efficiently, reducing leaching and improving soil structure.
UltraMate LQ provides the following benefits:
- Wide range of pH compatibility: 2-12
- Compatible with liquid fertilizer, micronutrient or pesticide formulations
- Wide range of application methods: foliar spray, soil application, drip irrigation, water run or hydroponically
- Up-front availability of humic and fulvic acids
- Increases seed germination and nutrient availability
UltraMate LQ can be used in both soil and foliar applications, at 1-3 gal/acre. For more detailed application information, click here.
The Andersons Humic Solutions
Our complete range of humic products now includes a number of solutions, each with varying degrees of humic substances (or fractions):
|Product||Humic Substances (Fractions)|
|UltraMate LQ||Fulvic Acid, Humic Acid|
|UltraMate SG||Fulvic Acid, Humic Acid|
|K-Mate SG||Fulvic Acid, Humic Acid|
|Humic DG||Fulvic Acid, Humic Acid, Humin|
|Black Gypsum DG||Fulvic Acid, Humic Acid, Humin|
All of our humic products offer the grower who uses (or wants to start using) humic acids the opportunity to easily incorporate humic acid in to most production schemes, whether blended in fertilizer or direct applied.
For more information on our complete line of products, visit our products page.
Amy Schroeder is the Research Agronomist for The Andersons, Inc. Plant Nutrient Group, with a focus on high-tech, high-value solutions for the professional turf, horticulture and agriculture markets.
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