Our friends at Rogitex have just completed and released four new Humic Land Trials that show how Humic Land, a soil amendment, is not crop specific, because it works to improve soil health, microbiology, nutrient uptake and crop yields for a wide range of crops from berries, vegetables, fruit and nut trees, avocados, florals, corn, grains, legumes, and on. Check out the trials below to learn more.
McGill University – Corn Trial
Objective: The objective of this study was to test Humic Land for its effect on corn seedlings growing under nutrient and water stress.
Boskovich Farm – Cilantro Trial
Objective: The goal of these trials was to highlight Humic Land replicability of use on different soil structures. The only difference between the 5 blocks is the size of each block (yields adjusted on a per acre basis) and the date at which the soil amendment was applied.
Go Green – Lettuce hydroponics Trial
Objective: Evaluate the Effect of Humic Land Organic Soil Amendment on Hydroponic Lettuce.
Bagdasarian – Bell Peppers trial
Objective: The goal of this trial was to determine the effects of Humic Land on yields during a winter crop. The only difference between controls 1, 2 and 3, and Humic Land is the added soil amendment, Humic Land, to one of the blocks (15 acres). The other 3 controls were harvested based on the same feed