Fulvic Test

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First Report

July 2017

Photo 1 and 2

Photo 3 and 4

First, this pasture was a forest three years ago. We used heavy equipment to remove trees, ect and there are still piles of brush in areas on pasture.

On photo #4 above, the grass on the left popped up high and with more seeds than on the right where we did not spray.

Also, very noticable was the reduced flies on cattle. According to the research coming from Austrilia, their test showed a 60% reduction of flies. We found this to be true. I also ordered cedaroil from Texas and added it to mineral oil and fulvic as fly spray this year. Instead of spraying every three days, we sprayed every seven to ten days.

After our first spraying of FH, we noticed the cattle appeared to stay on grass sprayed with fulvic over the grass not sprayed. Also the first four calves were born weeks earlier than expected.

This photo taken Sept 1, 2017
First four calves born last week of July and first week of August. Last two born end of August.

I mowed much of the pasture to reduce weeds. The fulvic has small amounts of zinc. Zinc is what organic growers use to help minimize weeds.

Another item noticed was the grass sprayed with fulvic did not have as many grasshoppers as the grass not sprayed.

Our plan is to spray every four months for one year and we finished the second spraying Sept. 14, 2017. Please see Report #2 for further results.