Perennial Warm Season Forage Grasses: Coastal, Tifton 44, 85, Common Bermuda, Bahia, Dallis and all Native grasses.   We recommend 1 gallon of each product for the best results.  Below are our bare minimum recommendations.  All application rates are 10 gallons total mix of product and water per acre.

Jan. – Mar.Soil conditioning and nitrogen production for plant growth

Micro-Grow1 gallon per 10 acres
Humate Tea½ gallon per 1 acre
Molasses    ½ gallon per 1 acre


Apr. – Sept.Foliar application and feeding soil micro-organisms

Booster Max     1 gallonper 1 acre
Humate Tea½ gallonper 1 acre
Molasses    ½ gallonper 1 acre

Or alternate foliar applications with the following:

Fish Plus or
Fish (Hydrolysate)1 gallonper 1 acre
Humate    ½ gallonper 1 acre
Molasses  ½ gallonper 1 acre

Note:Alternating foliar applications are an excellent food source change for the micro organisms.

Note:For all heavy foliar applications (red, gray or black soil) omit Humate Tea and replace with Alfalfa Tea Booster, Seaweed Tea Booster

Optional:  To control grasshoppers add one ounce per acre of Garlic Insect Spray with your foliar applications.

After first cutting of hay allow grass to grow 4 to 6 inches in height before applying next foliar application.


Oct. – Dec.Soil Conditioning and nitrogen production for plant growth

Micro-Grow1 gallonper 10 Acres
Humate Tea½ gallonper 1 acre
Molasses    ½ gallonper 1 acre

Note:After one full year on the program change Micro-Grow to A.C.T. and boosters on the fall application.

Note:Booster products are an excellent food source for soil micro-organisms.
Boosters also have additional nutrient value along with natural growth
hormones and micro nutrients for plant growth.


Wheat - Corn - Soybean - Watermelon and CantaloupesSudan or Red Top Cane -Pecan Tree – Peach and Plum Orchards

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