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To use Potassium Humate in combination with raw Leonardites to achieve both short-term and long-term results

Leonardite has the highest humic acids content (50%-75%)of any natural source. Although humic acids can be extracted from peat, composts, or soils; none of these sources are so concentrated and abundant as leonardite. It is plentiful and inexpensive compared to other possible humic acid sources.

Because Leonardites do closely match the structure of natural soil humus, they can slowly increase the soil organic matter over many years, which is an obvious benefit to any soil.

However, the end-user must be aware of which goals they are trying to achieve when they use humic acids; are they trying to build their soil, or are they looking to immediately stimulate crops or both? This will help decide which materials to use. 

Potassium humate is necessarily used together. In their soluble form, humic acids can readily chelate nutrients, preserve nitrates from leaching, enhance root development, and improve overall crop vigor and yields. 

Positive results can be obtained using soluble humates alone, or they can be used in combination with raw Leonardites to achieve both short-term and long-term results. 

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