The key to the universality of RL-37 lies in the wide range of techniques utilized by the humic, fulvic, and ulmic acids of humus. These mysteriously fabulous materials are a jack-of-all-trades, a know-it-all with an honest basis for its confident attitude because, no matter what the problem, it can cope.
Is the pH too low or too high? RL-37 can buffer the situation. Are there too many heavy metals? RL-37 has quantities of arms reaching out to clutch them, bind them, chelate them, complex them, break them down, dissolve them, whatever. Are there toxic compounds floating around all over? RL-37 can detoxify them or even irreversibly imprison them. Is the soil dead, compact, and hardened? It can be softened, enlivened, made friable.
How can just one class of substances do all this? That’s easy….just see to it that there are plenty of active sites, colloid surfaces, niches for bonding, absorption, adsorption, and desorption. How can RL-37 stow away so many items? It has plenty of hidden cubby holes, bolt holes, spaces between atom layers of colloids/clays, where it can stow away either valuables or discards. Just the colloidal state alone can account for some of this tenaciousness.
RL-37 can boast, too, of its receptive surfaces that either snatch at nutrients or reach further for them by the tips of its fingers, with just a bit of coiled spring to use for attachment. Sometimes it doesn’t even have that much of a grip and resorts to using just a tiny ion for a bridge, but in one way or another these acids make sure they find a way to do their cleansing work. RL-37 uses a variety of bonds, weak or strong. Once they have a hold of destructive molecules, the path is clear to immobilize, detoxify, diffuse, dissolve, degrade, vaporize, or even reduce them all the way down to their component, original atomic elements.
In this onslaught, they make use of every kind of energy or reaction that helps them attain their goal. Are there enzymes available or carbon/oxygen combine arms to reach out and seize? Hydrophobic or hydrophilic aspects that can be manipulated to profit? Ring compounds that present openings? Unsatisfied niches? Restless radicals ready for a battle? Radioactive features?
There are even free enzymes lying around loose and eager to get to work. Humic acids don’t hesitate to accept their help. The pursuits of the humus storehouse are not only destructive, either, but actively, massively ameliorating enriching and restoring. To this soil guardian we can look for amazing water retention, nutrient safekeeping, waywardness correction, soil structure restoration, soil life reanimation, and erosion repair. If we are generous in supplying it to our soils, we can restore the velvety feel, the moist cohesion, the sun-absorbing hue, and the excellent drainage. If we need the foliage, we reap instant assimilation, feed the phyllosphere organisms, stimulate root exudations, and enhance the physiology.
With the marvelous attributes of a product like RL-37, we should certainly seize the opportunity and apply it to our crop production practices.
Contains Ascolphyllum Nodosum.
USAGE: For use on fruit, seed, and forage crops.
APPLICATION: Fruit and seed crops – spray ½ to
2 pints in 10-30 gallons of water per acre on crop foliage 1 to 3 days
before flower emergence and upon fruit set.
Forage crop – spray ½ to 2 pints in 10-30 gallons of water per acre on new growth immediately after each cutting.
Consult your BioGenesis Systems representative for more details.
DISCLAIMER: There are no warranties of performance, expressed or implied. IAL has no control over the user’s storage, handling, or product application
*INFORMATION REPRODUCED FROM THE INTL. AG LABS, INC. “PRODUCTS & SERVICES” CATALOG.