CAL hume

30% HA, 9% Calcium Humates
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A concentrated source of humic acids and calcium. Naturally-occuring, oxidized lignite and CaCO3. Guaranteed analysis 30% humic acids and 9% calcium, pH 5.3. Lignite mixed with CaCO3, crushed to 200 mesh and pelletized to SGN 200. Adds naturally occuring materials to your soil to enhance uptake of nutrients and stimulate soil microbes. 1-3 mm dark grey pellets. Private labeling available.


200-500 lbs. per acre, broadcast in fall, post-harvest or early spring, either pre-plant or with seed. Can be applied to all crops. Specific application data available upon request.

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why are humateS SO important?

Everyone Knows What Happens When Soil Becomes Depleted

Yields drop. Crops become more susceptible to disease and weaker stock is an open invitation for pests to move in. Crucial to life,humates restore the natural balance in soil necessary for optimal plant growth, and provide the foundation for plant vigor. Humates are highly concentrated, natural organic humus, formed through the biological breakdown of plant life over millions of years. Today we mine those rich remains to give your soil a concentrated source of naturally occurring humus. Its biochemically active humic acid content and the complex process of organic complexing, along with increased microbial activity, make the minerals and trace elements which are necessary for growth readily available to your plants.

the MVH Team

Bruce Reid
Bruce Reid
Owner and General Manager of MVH. Bruce has 33 years of experience in geology and has been responsible, since 1999, for building MVH from a small company to a major humate manufacturer.


Joel Reid is Mesa Verde Humates' Sales Manager and has been with MVH since 2001. He is extremely technically knowledgeable and is very astute at helping to build your input program for all crops and soils. Assisting with specific problem areas and difficult soils is Joel's speciality.