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Feed additive – sodium humate

The structure of sodium humate is relatively complicated. The humic acid molecule contains a benzene ring, a fused ring and some heterocyclic rings (such as pyrrole, furan, anthracene, etc.), and each aromatic ring has a bridge bond and various functions on the aromatic ring. The group is mainly a carboxyl group, a phenol group, a […]

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Overview of the pharmacological effects of sodium humate

Activated absorption of feed ingredients Due to the large molecular weight of humic acid itself, larger particles can be formed in a certain medium, so it has colloidal properties and adsorption capacity, forming good ion exchange and catalysis, and promoting the activation and absorption of feed components. 1.1 Sodium humate fully decomposes various complex molecular […]

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What season and what state of sodium humate is used?

The most important thing for sodium humate in the cultivation of rice and shrimp is to prevent the growth of moss and the best way to treat shrimps after the outbreak of moss. Sodium humate is fertile and can also be used to supplement carbon energy. Usually we use prophylactic sodium humate and therapeutic sodium […]

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Can sodium humate be used with lactic acid bacteria to explore.

Can sodium humate be used with lactic acid bacteria to explore! The use of sodium humate and fertilizer products can help, and it can also be used in combination with the use of shading products to help kill moss. However, although sodium humate is safe and efficient, there are some things to be aware of […]

Overview of pharmacological functions of sodium humate
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Overview of pharmacological functions of sodium humate

Sodium humate activates the function of the pituitary-adrenal cortex, promotes the secretion of ACTH, increases the secretion of estrogen, and stimulates the balance of the thyroid gland. Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects Sodium humate can promote the release of corticosteroids and ACTH by activating the pituitary-adrenal system, inhibiting the synthesis of prostate E (the prostaglandin is a […]

pharmacological effects of sodium humate
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First, the pharmacological effects of sodium humate

Activated absorption of feed ingredients. Since sodium humate itself has a large molecular weight, it can also form larger particles in a certain medium, so it has colloidal properties and adsorption capacity, forming good ion exchange and catalysis, and promoting feed. Activation absorption of the ingredients. Fully decompose the various complex molecular nutrients in the […]