Most Traditional Chemical fertilizers lack carbon, while containing
higher levels of nitrogen than plants can process at application
time, which leads to waste. And the carbon in animal-based
products in not only accompanied by too many salts and heavy
metals, it’s also not in the form of carbon chain sugars for
maximum benefit. Live Earth products introduce a high-energy,
carbon food source into plants, turf and soil that balances nitrogen
levels, for efficient uptake of already-present nitrogen.
Live Earth provides an organic mixture only found in completely
decomposed, ancient plant life. While other products’ sources
are usually not entirely broken down, rendering them largely
ineffective, Live Earth products contain only the purest plant
matter such as humus, nutrients, enzymes, minerals, natural
surfactants, bio-stimulants, and fulvic, ulmic and amino acids. Our
competitors offer fertilizers high in animal protein, or sometimes no
protein at all, which may take years to break down; Live Earth
products are rich in everything you need, ready to go now.
Many competitors’ products don’t contain humates, and nowhere will
you find a purer source of high-grade humates than Live Earth. We
use highly effective extraction methods to go after only the most
mature and beneficial humates.
Healthy microorganisms are essential to plant growth. Unlike many of
our competitors’ products, such as chemical-and manure-based
fertilizers, Live Earth leaves out the high levels of salts and heavy
metals. As a result, the microorganism population in the soil is allowed
to thrive while effectively processing the soil to make nutrients more
available to root systems. The benefit to you? Plants that are more
stress-tolerant, respond to significantly lower levels of N-P-K fertilizers,
and therefore cost much less to maintain.
In contrast to traditional fertilizers, which contain EDTA or citrric acids
or no chelating agents at all, Live Earth products are rich in fulvic
acid. This allows plants to easily assimilate those nutrients that are
being introduced, as well as those already in the soil. The energy
saved in this process is then redirected to enhanced growth, and
production of proteins and carbohydrates.