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Soil Secrets Formulates Humus Soil Conditioners

Soil Secrets formulates Humus Soil Conditioners for the Home Owner and Farmer, as well as for the Engineering and Construction industries that deal with mine reclamation, erosion control, and vegetation management.

Humus has amazing properties that make it able to build soils whether the starting material is Sand or Clay. Humus added to sandy soils can increase water and nutrient retention. Humus added to clay soils can help increase drainage by aggregating clay particles.


Commercial Grade TerraPro® (Earth Magic®) is a unique concentrated humus product that contains a broad spectrum of beneficial soil microorganisms and soil enzymes along with a high percentage of Humic Acids (Humus). 

This product is used by Home Owners and Farmers to build productive soils.  The objective of this product is to fortify the soil with the best humic acid product possible at the highest concentration possible.

Follow the link below to learn more about Commercial Grade TerraPro® (Earth Magic®):

Agriculture Grade TerraPro® made for agriculture and other large industrial uses, the active ingredient of this product is the high concentration of Humic Acids that can function as a powerful biologic chemical of the soil, involved with hundreds if not thousands of bio-geo-chemical processes. Humic Acids are super molecules of soil that are essential for a healthy and productive soil and this product, formulated by Soil Secrets is guaranteed to have the highest biologic value of any humic acid product in the industry! 

This product can be used for agricultural and industrial applications, especially larger scale projects. The objective of this product is to make it economically feasible to fortify the soil with humic acids that work.

Follow the link below to learn more about Agriculture Grade TerraPro®:

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