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HEXA-TEAM™: HPPLAS Macronutrients with Certified Organic Matter

AgroPlantae developed HEXA-TEAM™ with HPPLAS technology as a system of promoting synergistic plant health and soil health by providing six categories of beneficial plant active ingredients.

Humic acids serve to complex nutrients, thus enhancing their bioavailability, and to buffer the soil salts that would otherwise have an adverse effect on the soil’s nutrient availability.

Polyphenols, when absorbed by the plant, trigger natural plant defense responses that can help the plant overcome stressors such as disease.

Polysaccharides are helpful for facilitating early growth, and also for enhancing fruit quality.

Lignin is useful for the plant’s early growth and the differentiation of cells during growth.

Amino Acids are easily absorbed and translocated within the plant and provide the plant with building blocks for making its own proteins and enzymes to react to both biotic and abiotic stresses, as well as providing a food source for soil microbes, which helps to improve soil health.

Seaweed can improve soil structure and feed soil microbes, but also provides natural plant amino acids, proteins, and hormones already synthesized that can be absorbed and translocated within the plant to stimulant plant growth and vigor.

Together, the 6 plant active ingredients create a product rich in certified organic matter intended to fit the needs and bridge the gap between conventional growing systems and soil health focused management practices.  HEXA products with HPPLAS bring regenerative principles into conventional agriculture.


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HPPLAS Macronutrients Benefits Include

Increases Soil Porosity
Improves Water Infiltration in Soil
Helps Promote Soil Microbial Activity
Improves Protein Synthesis, Growth and Quality
Increases Carbon Fixation and Enhances Growth
Supports Crops to Reach Maximum Genetic Potential Yield

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