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What are Humic Acids?
Humic acids are the end product of the
microbial degradation and petrification of plant and animal debris
and are one of the most important constituents of fertile soils.
Humic acid derivatives are mixtures of humic acid, and fulvic
acid. Humic acids are mined for agricultural use from both land
and sea. The end product contains a majority of organic material
(concentrated humic acid) mixed with smaller amounts of mineral
Humic acid has the serious attention of farmers, universities, research agronomists, consultants, and fertilizer companies. The USDA and over 20 major universities are conducting research on it's beneficial properties and humic acid is considered to be a monumental discovery in a plant's nutrition.
According to Dr. Robert Pettit, Professor Emeritus at Texas A&M, Humic Acis does all of the following:
-- Breaks up hardpan
-- Forms clay lattice that protects microorganisms
-- Increases sugar and chlorophyll content in the crop
-- Increases metabolism within moments after foliar applications
-- Feeds microorganisms that recycle nutrients
-- Feeds microorganisms that produce antibiotics
-- Bonds soil into crumb structure for air, water transfer
toxins like salt water and pesticides. Carbon charges bind
-- Increases cation exchange capacity - for greater nutrient storage
-- Reduces alfatoxin formation
-- Stimulates production of ribonnucleic acid (RNA)
production of ATP, which is
-- Stabilizes soil temperature
-- Holds 7 times it's volume in water
-- Foliar fed fulvic acid facilitates chelation
healthy root rhizoshpere which allow organic compounds
Field trials in the U.S. and Europe confirm the benefits of humic
acid, showing conclusively that it can promote plant growth
substantially. Farms that have already reached optimum
fertilization practices see significant improvement in nutrient
uptake, plant growth, and yield by incorporating humic acid into
their fertilizer program. Humic acid isn't a cure all, but it's
benefits are astounding!
A Biological extract of organic soils
including but not limited to: Leonardite, Green Sands,
Montmorillonite Clays and other naturally occurring organic soils
and mineral deposits.
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