What's New & What Does It Do? at the Commodity Classic: A catalyst for more efficient nutrient use
21 Mar 248m 5s

After a year of trials, Matt and Temple discuss an activated carbon complex that is a catalyst for more efficient nutrient use, stress mitigation, and improved soil interaction. By reacting this carbon with phosphate sources, it can potentially replace a significant portion of conventional phosphate usage, alongside optimizing potassium, zinc, sulfur, and boron applications. This approach not only promises to enhance yield but also contributes to a more sustainable and cost-effective farming practice, with the ability to reallocate resources and reduce overall nutrient volume by 15 to 20%.

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