A good, quick source of energy for the various forms of microbes and soil life in a compost pile or the soil, because its a great source of carbohydrates that stimulates the growth of beneficial microorganisms. The best choice because it is the most nutritionally valuable of the various types of molasses as it contains the greatest concentration of sulphur, potassium, iron, micronutrients and trace minerals from the original cane material. It is a liquid molasses that can be used alone, or as a component in both sprays and soil drenches, and can be an important addition to your organic fertilization program.
Reduces damage to roots caused by root parasites during the process of decomposition.
Stimulates the quick microbial decay of residual organic matter.
Increases fruit and vegetable yields.
Reduces plant stress by applying phytochelates to foliage.