Saint Humic Acid
Saint Humic Acid is specialized in Humic acid,sodium humate,potassium humate,nitro humic acid,potassium fulvate ,fulvic acid R&D and marketing,established in the year of 2010,We have established our own R&D center in Shanghai and have branch office in Henan and Beijing.
Our Humic acids R&D team is guided by famous humic acid expert who has worked in this field for more than 17 years,which make strong expertise to guarantee our quality.Our fertilizer R&D teach is guided by one experienced technician who have more than 10 years working experience to make sure our formulation is effective and cost saving.
We are focusing on four application as following fields>>>>>>
What Saint Humic Acid Do
Main Products are Humic Acid,Potassium humate,Potassium Lignohumate,Ammonium Humate.
Main Products are modified Sodium humate and modified sodium Lignohumate.
We can make up plans to solve problem like Polluted soil and water caused by chemicals pesticide,insecticide,refinery,dyes,heavy metals.
Medical humic acid will have following functions,Blood Properties,Helpful for Mineral Transfer,Cell Mutation,Liver effect.
What is Humic Acid
Humic acid is made up of three different compounds, organic matter, humus, and humic substances. Organic matter is the plant and animal residue in the soil at various stages of decomposition.
Humus is the end product of microbial degradation. Humic substances are naturally occurring organic materials with high molecular weights that are not easily degraded. The importance of humus, humic acids, and humates has long been recognized, but neither fully understood nor appreciated.
Soil organic matter is plant and animal residues in the soil at various stages of decomposition. Tissue is both the primary source of food for soil microorganisms during decomposition, and the primary source of soil organic matter. When plant tissue is added to the soil three basic actions take place.
First, the bulk of the material is converted to carbon dioxide, water, and energy through enzymatic oxidation.
Second, elements such as nitrogen, phosphorous and sulfur are either released or immobilized in separate reactions.
Third, microbial resistive compounds are formed through modification of compounds in the original plant tissue, or by microbial synthesis. During the enzymatic changes of soil organic matter, simple products, such as carbon dioxide and water, appear immediately. Other products, such as nitrate nitrogen, appear only after the initial peak of vigorous activity has subsided.