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Cane Molasses
An excellent source mixing with Liquid Carbon & Liquid Fulvic (together) and many other products, mixed together they work excellent for feeding micros in the ground. Feeding these micros, results are excellent for releasing nutrients for the plants during the year and for the next year. By using I to 2 gallons of molasses with 2-5 gallons liquid carbon in the fall when chiseling or cultivating, you prepare these micros to work for you. They are eating up the residue in the ground and turning in to nitrogen for you the next year. 

NO-Till Operation:

Trying to break down a lot of organic matter on the surface, so it can be turned into good bacteria or nitrogen for you for the next year. Try using Liquid 2-3 gallons Carbon & Liquid Fulvic (together) with 2-3 gallons of molasses with 20-25 gallons of water per acre, (in fall – best) then let Mother Nature take over. This will start breaking down into the soil at a slow rate. With this method, it has to break down from the bottom up. 

Any operation will benefit with molasses added to their field.
Farmers in the south with a high yield of corn going over 200 bushels per acre add molasses to there fields. The same applies to soybean farmers, they are seeing huge benefits when micros are added to their soil. Use one at P/A during the season.

 Molasses! The “Super Plant
Carb!” Smells just like Blackstrap Molasses. Unlocking the keys to growing success.

Safe All-Purpose Liquid Plant Food feeds plants and invigorates soil microbial activity. Molasses (average NPK 1-0-5) contains potash, sulfur and many trace minerals. Molasses is also an excellent chelating agent.

Any kind of molasses will work to provide benefit for soil and growing plants, but blackstrap molasses is the best choice because it contains the greatest concentration of sulfur, iron and micronutrients from the original cane material.

Sugar beet molasses is only considered useful as an animal feed additive, because it has high concentrations of many salts, including calcium, potassium, oxalate and chloride. These chloride levels are too high for ground level. At three ppm (parts per million) this is enough to kill bacteria in your soils.

Why Molasses?

Molasses is a good, quick source of energy for the various forms of microbes and soil life in acompost pile or good living soil. As we said earlier, molasses and Liquid Carbon both are a carbon source that feeds the beneficial microbes that create greater natural soil fertility. However, if giving a sugar boost were the only goal, there would be many alternatives. The primary thing that makes molasses the best sugar for agricultural use is its trace minerals.
In addition to sugars, molasses contains significant amounts of potash, sulfur, and a variety of micronutrients. This is a critical factor because a balanced supply of mineral nutrients is essential for those “beneficial beasties” to survive and thrive. 

One final benefit molasses can provide to your field and gardens is its ability to work as a chelating agent. That is a scientific way of saying that molasses is one of those “magical” substances that can convert some chemical nutrients into a form that is easily available for critters and plants. Chelated minerals can be absorbed directly and remain available and stable in the soil. Rather than spend a lot of time and effort explaining the relationships between chelate and micronutrients, we are going to quote one of our favorite sources for explaining soil for scientific laymen.

For this reason natural, organic sources of micronutrients are the best means of supplying them to the soil; they are present in balanced quantities and not liable to be over applied through error or ignorance. When used in naturally cheated form, excess micronutrients will be locked up and prevented from disrupting soil balance.”

Molasses’ ability to act as a chelate explains its presence in organic stimulant products like Earth Juice Catalyst. Chelates are known for their ability to unlock the potential of fertilizers, and some smart biological farmers we know are using chelating agents (like Liquid Carbon) to allow them to make dramatic cuts in normal levels of fertilizer application.

Of course, it is possible to use molasses as a foliar feed alone. It provides a significant boost in other essential minerals such as sulfur, iron and magnesium. Farming guides suggest application rates of between one quart to 2 gallons per acre depending on the target plant.

This is the best all natural reside product for breaking down reside for nutrients.


Food Grade Blackstrap Molasses- Call for pricing
Organic Cane molasses – Comes in 250 gallon totes.   Call for pricing

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