Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen—it's abundant in the natural environment so we don't need to add any right? Wrong.
These three nutrients are critical to the health and productivity of your plants, so when you run short, your plants suffer.
Similar to magnets, nutrients with opposite ionic charges (+/-) bind together. Uniquely, carbon lacks a specific ionic charge, making it the ultimate tool for carrying, delivering, and stabilizing nutrient compounds found in fertilizers and sprays.
When used with foliar applications, carbon enters the plant more effectively, improving your spray's performance.
Soil microbes rely on the proper mix of carbon (food), hydrogen (energy), and oxygen (air).
Unless your soil has the right balance of these nutrients, adding more microbes from a jug won’t help. Since soil microbes have the ability to reproduce rapidly, providing the right nutrients allows them to multiply very quickly.
Salt. Heavy metals. Toxic chemicals. They’re present in our soil, and we often fail to realize their negative effects.
Carbon naturally purifies your soil which unlocks nutrients and dramatically increases plant productivity. In the most severe cases, we’ve turned farmland with no productivity into full productivity.