Soil microbes breathe in oxygen and release carbon dioxide, similar to the way humans do. The Haney test measures how much CO2 your soil is releasing. Higher CO2 levels indicate more microbial activity.
We’re looking for the amount of carbon and nitrogen that is available to crops and microbes. Knowing the raw amount of each nutrient present is just the first step – you want to know how much is actually usable. That’s what makes the Haney Test unique!
By using three naturally occurring organic acids, the H3A extract mimics the rhizosphere altering action of plant roots dissolving soil minerals and liberating soil P.