As plants grow, they displace nutrients from the soil. Feeding nutrients back into the soil can damage the soils ability to hold and release those nutrients to plants, eventually leading to root decay, nutrient lock-out, and salt build-up.
Root Anchor actively conditions grow mediums, allowing them to release higher amounts of nutrients to plants. This results in improved root architecture and decreased salt buildup.
Root Anchor enriches the soil and improves its qualities through its ultra-premium sea plant and humic acid extracts.
We use a freshwater humic source to make our own liquid extract in-house with sustainably harvested and certified organic sea plants. That’s part of the reason why Root Anchor is one of the most bioactive root enhancers and soil conditioners in the world.
Root Anchor is a humic and sea plant complex, enriched with licorice root and sea lettuce.
It is a highly concentrated blend of our full-spectrum humic extract with a sea plant complex, which includes green, red, and brown kelp combined with single-celled algae.
Every gallon of Root Anchor contains the equivalent of more than 10 pounds of raw humic acid and 10 pounds of fresh sea plants, making it the most potent soil conditioner and microbial biostimulant on the market.
Root Anchor is derived from rockweed, spirulina, beet root, matcha, chlorella, Irish moss, sea bamboo, bladderwrack, sugar kelp, dulse, and sea lettuce.
The roots of licorice plants (Glycyrrhiza glabra), which are considered weeds in their native region of Southern Europe, take more than five years to mature before they are ready to be harvested.
Unique saponins found within the roots have been used as medicine for over 5,000 years. One of these saponins, glycyrrhizic acid, is 50 times sweeter than sugar.
Around the world, many species of kelp, such as sea lettuce (Ulva lactuca), have been used in agriculture for hundreds if not thousands of years.
Sea plants are rich in minerals and compounds that have been studied extensively for their broad abilities to improve cellular growth and division.
• Always start with clean, filtered water. RO filtered water is not necessary.
• Avoid mixing A&B in concentrate. For injection systems, a mixing chamber between pump heads is recommended.
• Take your time mixing between products. You can add things together too fast; it’s harder to add them together too slow.
• Wash your measuring cups between products! Or, better yet, get a measuring cup for each one that way you can eliminate cross-contamination altogether.
• Once you have added the correct amount of each product into your mix tank, mix well to homogenize the solution, however, do not use bubblers or aerate the solution.
• If using an feedwater injection system, like a dosatron, regular cleaning of feed lines is recommended. Everything in our products is water soluble, so periodic water-only cycles will clean your lines. After every watering, you can also run just enough plane water to fill your lines and flush out any feedwater solution.
• Clean pumps out with plane water after every use or water with a small amount of peroxide.