Vastly improves soil vitality for peak performance
Jump Start Soil Conditioner is a unique 100% raw material drawn from an ancient humus deposit. The material is extracted with a no-heat process that preserves the chemical composition of the humus thus providing maximum performance. By applying the JumpStart to soil, agricultural producers can revitalize the soil, improve nutrient uptake, and increase yield.
Jump Start Soil Conditioner restores soils to healthy and fertile conditions by aerating the soil and chelating micronutrients. As a humate soil conditioner, the presence of soil amendments such as humic, fulvic and ulmic acids break up compacted soils which makes the soil easier to work or till. It also increases aeration thus allowing the plant roots to grow bigger and stronger.
“Humic substances affect soil fertility by making nutrients more readily available to plants. Humic acids also promote plant growth by enabling root penetration in soils. Humic acid also acts in decreasing water evaporation from soils.” USDA Report
“Humic substances, the major components of soil organic matter, are important to agricultural areas such as soil chemistry, biology, and fertility, as well as environmental quality. The multiple parts played by these materials can greatly benefit plant growth. Examples are their contributions in plant growth enhancement, increasing fertilizer efficiency, or reducing soil compaction” USDA Report
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Jump Start's acids break up compacted soils which makes it easier to work or till. It also increases aeration allowing the plant roots to grow bigger and stronger. It strengthens the crop roots which allows the plant to stronger, faster and become more drought tolerant.
Jump Start works hard to rebuild the organic content of your soil. The soil is better able to hold moisture, reducing the amount of water needed. The water will go deeper into your soil; your crops roots will grow deeper and plant roots will grow bigger and stronger. This helps create plants and lawns that are drought resistant.
University studies show that using humate soil conditioner and organic soil amendments when planting new crops will help them adapt to their new environment and provide a much greater first year growth. Jump Start is especially beneficial in freeing up nutrients in the soil so that they are made available to the plant.
Jump Start is a great soil activator because it is high in humic acid. Humic acid is not a single acid but a complex mixture of many different acids. It is produced by biodegradation of dead organic matter. Humic acids stimulate plant and root growth by increasing the plant's ability to uptake and receive nutrients.
Jump Start Soil conditioner will work by stimulating root and plant growth thereby increasing crop yields, seed germination, and overall plant vitality.
Soil biology is very important to plant life. Both bacteria and fungi are extremely important. These microscopic powerhouses do all the heavy lifting for the plants in a symbiotic fashion. For healthy plot and row crops you must have a healthy ecological system teeming with microbes! This is where Jump Start comes in to help.
a powerful humate soil conditioner for increased plot performance
- Builds beneficial microbial activity
- Reduces the compaction of clay soils
- Builds organic matter in soils
- Increase in the soils capacity to retain water
- Reduction of water evaporation from soils
- Increases grass seed germination percentage
- Allows water to penetrate soils easier
- Vastly increases nutrient uptake
- Stabilizes soil conditions
- Enhances the movement of elements up to the plant roots
- Reduces the salinity in soil by sequestering sodium and salts
- Stabilizes soil pH
When To Use Jump Start Soil Conditioner
- When desiring the best possible soil conditions
- During or prior to the seeding process
- When dealing with heavy clay soils
- When dealing with fungal issues
- When dealing with Leaf Blight
- During heat or drought conditions
- During transplanting
- When dealing with toxicity issues (dead soils)