"Humic acid growth agent boosts strawberry yields by almost 50%"

Developed through extensive testing and chelation research, MPXA enhances growth in crops through stimulating oxygen uptake, increasing chlorophyll content and increasing the availability of macro and micronutrients to plant roots. However, trials have revealed that MXPA is particularly effective with strawberry crops.

“Our proprietary process creates unique, high performing humic and fulvic acids which are producing significant increases in both root growth and yields for strawberry crops. A field trial showed a 49% increase in fruit yields over the harvest period compared to the control”, says Henry Johnson, Sales Manager at ExNonProfit Consulting, the distributor for MPXA. “Coupled with a low cost per acre, MPXA is driving significant returns on investment for strawberry growers. It is 100% soluble, which means that it can easily be applied via standard watering, fertigation and foliar spraying practices. Plus MPXA is suitable for use in certified organic production”.

Using MPXA also resulted in significantly denser root growth versus the control. A denser root ball translates into stronger plants and lower transplant shock loses.

MPXA is different in that it chelates micronutrients at much higher rates (94% – 100%) compared to chemical based products such as EDTA. Formulated from naturally occurring leonardite ore, MPXA’s humic and fulvic acids contain millions of bonding sites that capture micronutrients in either acid or alkaline environments. This makes for an effective chelating agent that improves plants ability for micronutrient uptake. The resulting increase in metabolism produces significantly more new root tissue, creating a stronger base for crops. MPXA also supports the mycorrhizal zone where symbiotic plant biologicals can thrive and support plant growth. MPXA is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) as suitable for use in certified organic production.

For more information:
ExNonProfit Consulting

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