Anderson’s Humic DG

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Trashburner
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Anderson’s Humic DG

Post by Trashburner » November 13th, 2020, 12:07 pm

I’ve been doing a little research on Anderson’s humic DG and would like to try it out. Is it okay to apply it now ?? I’m in transition zone, have tttf, soil temperature is around 65 degrees, air temperature in the 60’s and first frost average is November 22, thanks

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Re: Anderson’s Humic DG

Post by andy10917 » November 13th, 2020, 1:38 pm

You *could* do it now, but I don't see any advantage to doing it. It isn't a fertilizer and won't do anything visible. The best times are shortly after green-up in your area (at 2 lbs/K), and a second app just before the real heat of summer (at 2 lbs/K). Don't apply a total over 5 lbs/K in a 12-month period, and remember to leave some headroom for BLSC/KH apps.

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Re: Anderson’s Humic DG

Post by Trashburner » November 13th, 2020, 2:30 pm

Thanks Andy

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