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Humawet is the soil wetting agent of choice when looking to add the benefits of humates.

Humawet offers the benefits of a soil wetting agent with increased and balanced soil hydration plus the additional benefits of humic acids. These benefits are numerous, and in summary include increased nutrient absorption and improved soil structure, among many other benefits. Adding this carbon source improves soil by increasing organic matter and mircobial activity.

Humawet is a soil penetrant while the humate adds some long term benefits. The soil wetting reduces crusting, loosens hard clay soils, aggregates sandy soil and allows water and oxygen to better reach plant roots.

Humawet does this by reducing the surface tension between the water and the soil, like other soil wetting agents.

So, Humawet is also designed to decrease the surface tension leading toward even distribution of water in soil for optimal hydration. Not only does the improved oxygen in soil provide more balanced aerobic conditions, this also carries forward to improve the growth and activity of micro-organisms. These microbes are necessary for a healthy soil environment.

Best of all, Humawet is easy to use.

Healthier soil will improve aesthetics, soil health, plant health and more. You will notice, for example, correction of localized dry spot (LDS). These healthy soil conditions lead to increased disease and insect tolerance.


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  • Decreased surface tension
  • Does not need to be watered in
  • Loosens hard, clay and compacted soils
  • Activates soil organisms
  • Conditions the soil
  • Aggregates sandy soil
  • Opens soil pores
  • Breaks up hardpan and crusting
  • Helps dry out wet paddocks
  • Beneficial high grade humate
  • Improves root growth by loosening soil and improving water movement
  • Helps reduce water usage
  • Reduces plant stress
  • Increases drought and heat tolerance
  • Improves aeration in soil
  • Improves drainage & prevents erosion
  • Can be applied any time during the growing season
  • Economical


Do I need a soil wetting agent? Signs you need a soil wetting agent include dry spots, frequent watering, water not infiltrating the surface and others.


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