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Potassium humate effect in Agriculture

Potassium humate promotes the development of crop roots, and the underground part of the crop is more abundant. The deeper absorption of water by the soil is greatly improved, which is also an important reason to improve the drought resistance of crops. Potassium humate changed the physical and chemical properties of the soil and greatly […]

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Physiological and Pharmacological Effect of Sodium Humate

Sodium humate has certain preventive effects on the digestive tract, oral cavity and skin of livestock and poultry. In addition, humic acid substances are gastrointestinal catarrh, sows do not eat after delivery and the front and stomach of cattle and sheep Relaxation disease, chicken coccidiosis and rheumatism, hoofitis, claudication, trauma, ulcers, burns, eczema, etc. have […]

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Fulvic acid stimulates crops physiological metabolism

Many farmers now know that humic acid is highly effective and environmentally friendly, but many people do not know the principle.Expert research shows that fulvic acid is the smallest and most active component of humic acid and the essence of humic acid. In the practical application of agricultural production, the stability of fulvic acid is […]

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Sodium humate works as feed additive

Scientific research in recent years has shown that sodium humate, as a new type of feed additive, has a peculiar effect and plays a very important role in aquaculture, and will certainly promote the development of the feed industry. Due to its special breeding environment, the aquaculture industry has special requirements for feed production. First, […]

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Humic acid is of great significance in agriculture

Synergistic fertilizer, increase utilization of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium – and nutrition. For nitrogen: Since humic acid has a salt exchange capacity many times higher than soil, it can adsorb a large amount of ammonium ions to reduce the loss; at the same time, humic acid has a good inhibitory effect on urease and nitrifying […]

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Function of sodium humate as animal feed

Sodium humate fully decomposes various complex molecular nutrients in the feed and performs good organic combination, increases gastrointestinal function, and promotes protein assimilation. Sodium humate increases the permeability of animal cell membranes and protoplasts, and increases the interstitial water volume and cell water content of muscle cells, and the phenomenon of animal hairiness is tender. […]

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