Nutrients & Amendments

Boron in Gardening

Boron needs to be present in any successful Super Soil, but do not overdo it. When boron in soil is too high or too low, plants will not grow correctly. Boron is a micronutrient necessary for plant growth. The balance of too little or too much between plants and boron is a delicate. Heavy boron soil…

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Kelp Meal Use

Kelp meal is an excellent food for compost. Healthy super soil is the key to healthy plants.  Kelp meal also contains important growth stimulants. All these stimulants have a tremendous effect on seed germination, root development, and general growth. In addition, Kelp meal contains, Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Sulfur (S), Manganese (Mn), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), and…

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Bat Guano Benefits

Bat guano comes in basically 3 different forms, for different stages of plant life. There is 0-7-0 for medium phosphorus, 9-3-10 for nitrogen, potassium and a little phosphorus, and 0-10-0 for heavy phosphorus. Each version treats a different stage of growing & creating your super soil. For example, 9-3-10 would be used for growth stages…

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Top Dressing

Enough cannot be said on the importance of top-dressing super soil. Top dressing is essential for the continued growth of all plants and revitalizing of all living organic soils. This is especially true with super soils. Just make sure you have the proper nutrient additives for the type of plant requirements you may need. For…

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Potassium Importance

Potassium has been identified as an activator of 60-plus enzymes. Potassium is involved in the synthesis of starches from the sugars produced. Finally, potassium plays a critical role in the energy-generating processes occurring in the plant cell.  Additionally, potassium plays an important role in modulating the inter cellular environment. Essentially by buffering pH and promoting favorable electrochemical…

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Phosphorus and Plants

Phosphorus is an essential macro element. This is required for the success of all known life forms, including plants. P is especially important for early stage root development & stem strength. Inclusive of resistance to disease, nutrient uptake, flower formation and yield. This is a very important nutrient needed for successful super soil mix. These…

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Sucanat

Sucanat is a very important part of bud and fruit aroma taste, smell and harvest amounts. Applying Sugaree is a Great source of sucanat for final flowering improvement. Flowering takes time and the proper amount of nutrients to achieve a great final product, and Sugaree is just that product. Sucanat should be applied in weeks…

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Calcium, Magnesium & Sulfur

Calcium, magnesium, and sulfur are essential plant nutrients. They are called “secondary” nutrients because plants require them in smaller quantities than nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. On the other hand, plants require these nutrients in larger quantities than the “micronutrients” such as boron and molybdenum. Calcium, magnesium, and sulfur are generally adequate in most Mississippi soils…

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Phosphorus

The importance of phosphorus should not be under estimated. Phosphorus and Nitrogen are the two most important ingredients in root and plant early growth, health, and root development. If you happen to be growing fruiting plants or vegetables, phosphorus also happens to be very important along with potassium for good harvests and larger product. Phosphorus…

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