HUMIC-A ensures that the nutrients are preserved in the root zone and used by the plant when necessary. Thus, it prevents nutrient losses. In particular, it minimizes nitrate leaching.
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Organic matter consists of humus with humic acid. Humic acids are found in soil, peat beds, lignite layers, fresh water sources and leonardite mines. The most important of these sources are the leonardite mines. Leonardite; It contains high amount of humic acid, carbon, macro and micro nutrients. It is a completely natural organic material that has not reached the level of coal. Biological activities in Leonardite are five times stronger than other organic materials. Leonardite contains two types of organic matter. These are humic and fulvic acids.
Humic Acid; It is soluble in high pH water or alkaline solutions. (It is insoluble in acidic waters with pH less than 2). It has a high molecular weight and has a long chain molecular structure. Its color is between dark brown and black.
Fulvic Acid; It is soluble in water or solutions of all pH levels (acidic or basic). It has a low molecular weight and a short chain molecular structure. Its color is between light yellow and yellow brown.
The soil becomes easier to work. The water permeability of the soil increases. It regulates the temperature values in all layers of the soil. It preserves soil moisture by reducing water losses by evaporation. As it darkens the color of the soil, it makes better use of solar energy. It increases the beneficial microorganism activities in the soil. It regulates the pH structure of the soil. It neutralizes the soil. Carbon dioxide, which turns into carbonic acid in the soil, allows some minerals that cannot be taken by the plant to dissolve and be taken by the plant. It increases the uptake of nutrients in the soil.
It ensures that the nutrients are preserved in the root zone and used by the plant when necessary. Thus, it prevents nutrient losses. In particular, it minimizes nitrate leaching.
Phosphorus in the soil; It reacts with potassium, magnesium, aluminum and iron ions and becomes insoluble and cannot be taken by the plant. Humic acid enables these compounds to dissolve and become available.
It enables the lead, mercury, cadmium and other harmful and radioactive elements present in the soil, industrial wastes, poisons and chemical substances harmful to the environment from soluble to insoluble. Thus, it prevents them from being absorbed by the plant.
It provides earliness in products. As a result of regular use, increases in efficiency are achieved.
|Total (Humic+Fulvic) Acid||40%|