Organic Juice Growth
Organic Juice Growth
An Essential Soil Amendment
A combination of Humic Acid, Organic Nitrogen, and a variety of Amino Acids will give the soil a boost in promoting plants grow and stay healthy while continuing to improve the intake of nutrients and increasing microbial activity to maintain the sustainable soil
Some plants need something to help them establish initial roots as they begin to grow from seeds; others need to develop a sturdier root structure that supports them as they grow or boost their yields. Although you can apply strong root stimulators to your garden’s soil for quick fixes, a smarter option is an uptake with nutrients that naturally encourage root growth. And that is what our Organic Juice Growth offer
What is the benefit of using OJG for integrated farming?
Using soil treated with our OJG for rice farming, followed by shrimp farming, should be a common practice in integrated farming systems, especially where applicable. Humic acid improves soil fertility and nutrient availability, benefiting rice and shrimp cultivation. The success of this approach depends on various factors, and some studies have examined the potential benefits of using humic acid in agriculture.
Here are some potential benefits of using humic acid in soil treatment:
Improved Soil Structure: Humic acid can enhance soil structure by promoting aggregation, leading to better water retention and aeration, which is crucial for rice and shrimp farming.
Increased Nutrient Availability: Humic acid can chelate (bind) nutrients in the soil, making them more readily available to plants (rice) and phytoplankton (shrimp food source) in the aquatic environment.
Enhanced Root Development: Humic acid is believed to stimulate root growth in rice plants, allowing them to better access nutrients and water.
Organic Matter Addition: Humic acid is an organic substance, and its application can increase the soil’s organic matter content, improving microbial activity and nutrient cycling.
Enhanced Microbial Activity: Humic acid can support beneficial microbial communities in the soil, which can contribute to nutrient mineralization and overall soil health.
Altered pH and Cation Exchange Capacity: Humic acid can influence soil pH and cation exchange capacity, potentially creating a more favorable environment for plant and aquatic organism growth.
While these potential benefits make humic acid an attractive option, it’s essential to consider factors such as soil type, climate, water quality, and management practices. The specific benefits of humic acid application can vary depending on these factors.
Here is the study of Aquaculture effect with Humic Acid for more info contact our representative.
Natural Sources (100% Organic)
Natural sources of phosphorus and potassium are well-suited to an organic garden, and because they usually release their nutrients gradually, they’re considered slow-release nutrients. This means they’ll continue releasing phosphorus and potassium to encourage root development for several weeks without causing an overdose. Our “Organic Juice Growth” contains phosphorus, nitrogen, potassium, and humic acid trace elements. Once applied, Our “Organic Juice Growth” slowly releases this nutrition to the plants and, at the same time, promotes the microbial to break down organic materials to macro and micro nutrition, creating sustainable farming.
Accordance to National Center for Biotechnology Information To improve yield and quality produce. Amino acids are needed, and that is what OJG offers:
a variety of Amino Acids as below chart in our Organic Juice Growth:
To boost yield, minimize insecticide, grow quantity with quality, and maintain sustainable soil. Organic Juice Growth is here to serve.
Apply directly to the soil in fall or early spring and as many as 4 to 6 applications per growing season. Always conduct a soil test to determine nutrient levels (please refer to our test kit) and make needed amendments to ensure good nutrient levels in your soil. OJG (Organic Juice Growth) is an ideal supplement to aid in the effectiveness of your nutrients program. Application rates will vary depending on soil conditions, plant type, nutrient requirement, and application method. Consult your local Agronomist or Agriculture expert for more information on your specific application.
- In powder form, fill OJG (Organic Juice Growth) in 1 gallon (4 liters) of water. (1.15 lb weight of OJG dry weight).
- In concentrated liquid (step 1) form, agitate or shake well to remove any settling of liquid concentrate.
- Agitate/Skake to dissolve OJG (Organic Juice Growth) in water.
- Further, dilute with a water ratio of 1: 200 ~ 400 application.
- Apply diluted OJG (Organic Juice Growth) (step 3) to the soil in fall and early spring with as many as four applications per growing season.
SHAKE WELL before further diluting/mixing.
When mixing with pesticides, dilute OJG with additional water before adding buffering agents and/or pesticides. DO NOT tank-mix with carbonate-based pesticides, as efficacy will decrease. Follow all directions and precautions on pesticide labels before mixing with (OJG concentrate). Ensure adequate agitation in all situations. DO NOT mix (OJG concentrate) with calcium nitrate, phosphoric acid, zinc sulfate, or other solutions with a pH of less than 6.5
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Proper timing, rate, and placement of OJG (Organic Juice Growth) are important for desired results and are highly dependent on the stage of crop growth, soil fertility levels, and environmental conditions. If unsure of application rates for your specific soils, please consult your local dealer expert.
– Soak or pray diluted Organic Juice Growth to seed prior to planting or at the time of planting
– 1st application @ 25% coverage of the ground, 2nd application just before flowering, or just before the onset of the reproductive stage of the crop, 3rd application would be early in the grain fill or fruit/vegetable sizing stage.
Dosage 1 KG to 9 L of concentrated liquid, use this concentrated liquid as follow
* Dilute with ratio of 1:300 for root (soil) application, or 10 mL to 3000 mL (3 L)
* Dilute with ratio of 1:500 for hydroponic application, or 10 mL to 5000 mL (5 L)
* Dilute with ratio of 1:900 for foliage application, or 10 mL to 9000 mL (9 L)
For high cash value crops, spray 4 – 5 times per week to get the best yield
For a more accurate dosage, the soil test must be conducted.
5-10 gallons (of concentrate) per acre.
- Humic acid:
- Colorimetric (A&L method) – 80% min.
- PTA-FQ-014 (Kononova method) – 60% min.
- Precipitation (CDFA method) – 56% min.
- ISO/AOAC/IHSS methods – 52% min.
- Fulvic Acid content:
- 8%-13% (V&B method)
- 5-10% (ISO/AOAC/IHSS/Kononova methods)
- Total Organic Matter: 80% (including HA molecules) (powder)
- Total Carbon: 46.5
- pH: 8.5 – 9.0
HS CODE: 3913.90.5000 Available in liquid: 1L, 5L, 1000L (12% HA) Available in powder: 1Kg, 5Kg, 25Kg, 1000Kg Available granular: (coming)