Ingredients: 50% Humectants (sugar alcohols, polysaccharides and neutral salts of alphahydroxypropionic acid), 10% non-ionic surfactant, 4.6% Humate and 35.4% inert ingredients
When there is adequate liquid water in the soil, Hydretain essentially lies dormant and serves no real purpose. It is when this liquid water is depleted and only water vapor remains in the soil matrix that Hydretain's benefits can be seen. Plants cannot use vapor, so Hydretain was engineered to capture it and collect it back into minute liquid droplets that sustain plants between waterings
Hydretain ES Plus II is only beneficial within the root zone and thereforemust be watered in thoroughly after application. Hydretain ES Plus II is biodegradable - reapply every 3 months or as needed
QUESTION: What is the difference between a Humectant and a Humate?
ANSWER: A humectant is a substance that attracts and retains moisture; used to keep a product moist. A Humate is organic material formed from the breakdown of animal and plant life over a long period of time. Works to condition soil