Many farmers with hardpan layers or clay soil experience ponding or poor drainage. Some of our acreage has areas which are so compacted and the water sits in the same spot for so long, that we can no longer grow anything in that spot, even after we have drained it.
There are many products on the market today which claim to solve this problem. EnviroMax is actually the product that solves the cause (poor soil tilth) of the problem. Other products that are commercially available are treating the symptom (the water) and contain wetting agents. EnviroMax changes the physical structure of the soil, opening it up so that pore space exits for water, air and nutrients.
Lets talk about what a wetting agent (surfactant) does first. The chemical breaks the surface tension of the water. You may wish to conduct an experiment on your own, and see for yourself. Take 3 glasses of water. In the first glass, add the surfactant. In the second glass add EnviroMax, and do not add anything to the third glass. A needle will sink in the glass with the surfactant, but will float in the other two glasses. This shows that the surfactant has treated the water by breaking its surface tension.
When surface tension of water is broken, the water immediately flows through any layers of soil and into the deeper levels of the ground. The symptom has been remedied, the standing water or pond has dissipated. The side effects of this type of treatment (just like side effects of some medicine) can be negative. Crops cannot take up any water when the surface tension of the water is broken. Capillary action requires water to have surface tension. So, while the pond or water may have drained, the ability of the plant life to absorb water (which holds the nutrients) has just been curtailed. Repeated use of a wetting agent will eventually cause some loss of vegetation and crops.
EnviroMax, which is not a wetting agent, treats the cause of ponding and poor drainage, and that is compacted soil resulting in poor soil tilth. Hardpan and clay layers hold water. EnviroMax molecules unwind in the soil, opening the soil up, and allowing space for air and water. Restoration of pore space is essential for productive farming. As we open up the pore space, proper tilth is created in the soil. This allows water to move down through the soil profile, without breaking the surface tension of the water. The crops can utilize the water which they need, and at the same time you no longer need to be concerned about poor drainage or ponding. Regular use of EnviroMax will not harm crops. In fact, after using EnviroMax for the first time, you may wish to use the product when fertilizing. The product has an anionic charge. Fertilizers are cationically charged. By using even a small dose of EnviroMax (25%), the fertilizers will attach at a molecular level to the EnviroMax, move down through the soil profile to the root zone of crops, and nutrients will be more available at the appropriate level for absorption. Even phosphates, well known for immobility, can be moved into the soil profile. Better use of the fertilizer, proper pore space in the soil for appropriate movement of water, and the regeneration of biological life (such as earthworms) from the opening of the pore space insures a healthier and more productive season.
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