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16% Humic Acid


HUMATE HUMIC ACID 16% Strongest Humate Acid
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Humic Will Boost Forage in Pasture

Humic will Increase Roots = High Yields

Greatest Pastures from Humic Acid 16

20% Wheat Yields

Corn Yields 12-15% More Corn from Humic 16

Another Great Pasture from Humic 16%

Vegetables Products Yield 10-20% More with Humic 16%

Greater Root Mass = Higher Forage & Weight Gains

Test on Fence Line Shows Humic 16% Works

Comprised of Humus (Humic Acid HAs) and contains and produces a Nitrogen forming source, a very important fertilizer material for all type plants. This organic source of Nitrogen and high producer of Nitrogen microbiol activity in soils which intern provides one of the primary nutrients required by plants to sustain growth maximums.
Humic acids (HAs) will also reveal the presence of over 60 different mineral elements present for your plants health in your diminished soils.

Organic matter, compost, humus, humates, humic acid and fulvic acid are all related to, and are parts of, decaying plant materials. These organic materials are food for soil life and a storehouse for minerals, energy and water. They also serve as mediums on which certain organisms can grow. Research is proving what farmers have long known to be true: humic substances stimulate plant roots and soil life (mostly fungal populations), chelate minerals (holding them for future use by plants), improve absorption of minerals for root and plant use, and improve the effectiveness of herbicides.

True Effects of Humic Acid (HAs)

Increased nutrient content of soil.
Increases soil fertility.
Stimulates soil microorganisms with more efficient breakdown of organic matter.
Increases the moisture holding capacity of soil.
Chelation (means to "bind" or "hold on to") of micro-nutrients, especially iron, so that it can be used by plants in general.
Increased photosynthesis and chlorophyll concentrations.

Other effects that can be attributed to organic humates.

Stimulated root growth.
Increase in shoot and blade production.
Increase seed germination rates. However, there has not been a significant amount of actual field studies to date.

Humic acids (HAs) are termed polydisperse because of their variable chemical features. From a three dimensional aspect these complex carbon containing compounds are considered to be flexible linear polymers that exist as random coils with cross-linked bonds. On average 35% of the humic acid (HA) molecules are aromatic (carbon rings), while the remaining compounds are in the form of aliphatic (carbon chains) molecules. The molecular size of humic acids (HAs) range from approximately 10,000 to 100,000. Humic acid (HA) polymers readily bind clay minerals to form stable organic-clay complexes. Peripheral pores in the plant are capable of accommodating (binding) natural and synthetic organic chemicals in a lattice (clathrate) type arrangement.

Humic acids (HAs) readily form salts with inorganic trace mineral elements. An analysis of extracts of naturally occurring humic acids (HAs) will reveal the presence of over 60 different mineral elements present. These trace elements are bound in humic acid molecules in a form that can be readily utilized by various living organisms. As a result humic acids (HAs) function as important ion-exchange and metal-complexing (chelating) systems.


May be applied post to established plantings plants (top-dress) or incorporated into the soil pre-plant before seeding or transplanting plants.
Apply 1 to 3 quarts per acre. My be broadcast, banded in rows, directly under seedlings and lightly incorporated if needed.

Apply 1 to 3 quarts per acre in at least 25 gallons of liquid fertilizers. (See compatibility mixing instructions.) DO NOT Mix with ACID Solutions! Keep other solution PH levels at or around 6-8.

Apply 1 to 2 quarts per acre banded on seed at planting.

Apply 1 to 2 quarts per acre with starter "pop up" fertilizer. (See compatibility and mixing instructions.)

Apply 1 to 3 quarts per acre in irrigation waters.

Apply 1 to 3 quarts per acre. Dilute HUMIC ACID 1600 in a ratio of 1 gallon to 3 gallons of water prior to injecting into irrigation systems.

Apply 1/2 to 3 quarts per acre in transplant solutions. 10-20 gallons water per acre.

FOLIAR APPLICATIONS: Apply 1/2 to 1 quarts per acre by Ground or by Air with inappropriate foliar fertilizers in at least 10-15 gallons of water. Repeat as needed in 14 to 28 day intervals. (See mixing instructions with fertilizers with 6-8 PH levels.)

Compatible with most pesticides and fertilizers. Mix HUMIC ACID 1600 with neutral liquids keeping the solution pH between 6 - 8. DO NOT MIX WITH ACID SOLUTIONS!

Condition of Sale
Seller warrants the the product conforms to its chemical description and is reasonably fit for the purpose stated on the label when used in accordance with conditions under normal conditions of use, but does this warranty nor any other warranty of merchantability of fitness for a particular purpose expressed or implied, extends to the use of this product contrary to label instructions or under abnormal conditions not reasonably foreseeable to the seller and buyer assumes the risk of any such use.