Sohum Living Soils- The best soil for your growing needs

SoHum Living Soils​® is unlike any soil on the market. With a tagline of 'Just Add Water", this soil, developed by Southern Humboldt California County Cultivators, is a complete living soil that optimizes a plant's genetic potential.

DENVER - Sept. 16, 2020 - PRLog -- Made with organic agricultural practices in mind, SoHum Living Soils​® is made with only the highest quality ingredients with no added heavy metals, pesticides or contaminants. Over the counter soil can have an overabundance of salt, or high salinity content, which can cause seeds to germinate slowly and plants to have poor development. Everyday activities such as watering, or general weathering can increase the salinity content in soil, in turn affecting the plants attempting to grow.

By purchasing SoHum Living Soils​® you are purchasing soil that is salt free, allowing the seeds in the soil to draw in as much water as needed. By ensuring the salinity content is low, you are ensuring that all water is able to fully draw into the seed as opposed to being leached back into the soil thus affecting plant life. The makers of SoHum Living Soils​® combined traditional farming methods with modern agricultural practices like Geoponics to guarantee a soil that will nurture a seed into a plant. By adding macro and micronutrients and microbial inoculants to our soil, we have a naturally occurring product that controls pests to improve the quality of the soil and crop produced. When used for outdoor gardening this soil will result in healthier plants, and higher-yield harvests with minimal effort.

SoHum Living Soils​® has a 2-year shelf life that guarantees that your soil will be ready for planting when you are ready. When first manufactured the microbial colonies are interacting at an elevated level, without plant activity, or over time, the microbial colonies become dormant. These colonies do not die, whether they remain in a dormant state until the soil is ready to use. Once you are ready to plant all it takes is a quick remixing of the soil for the microbes to immediately become available for plants to establish themselves. SoHum Living Soils​® can be recycled and used during the next seasons, and utilized for both top and bottom watering systems.

With the option to buy online, from a store near you, or in wholesale bulk SoHum Living Soils​® is conveniently available for all of your planting needs. Regardless of if you are planting indoor tomatoes or outdoor hops SoHum Living Soils​® will guarantee that you are growing plants in the best soil on the market.

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