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Humus And Amino Acids

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Organic fertilizers contain about 20% humus and amino acids. These organic acids are formed during the composting of raw materials.

Not all organic materials are converted to these acids during composting, and most rot in the soil. This is a slow process in which the humic acid is gradually released. The presence and formation of these acids is an essential part of the ØRGANIC fertilizer used for efficient crop cultivation and is essential. These organic acids form chemical complexes with inorganic soil particles, resulting in the release of nutrients from the inorganic particles, such as phosphorus.

Clay-calcium-humus complex plays an important role in soil. The complex has the ability to absorb both anions and Cations, and helps release these ions back into the solution, making them available to plants. The same complex holds water, and the clay-calcium-humus complex absorbs water up to 15 times its weight. The resulting moist soil prevents dehydration, protects the soil from erosion, ensures the viability of bacteria in the soil and ensures that crops absorb water and nutrients. The Humus Complex also reacts with tricalcium phosphate and sesquioxide complexes to release and release phosphorus locked and immobilized in these inorganic complexes into the soil.

There are two kinds of humic acids in nature: humic acid and Fulvic acid. The molecules of FULVIC ACID are smaller than those of humic acid, and the solubility of Fulvic acid is better than that of large humic acid. The logical step in nature is for organic matter, fresh organic matter, to be broken down by bacteria in humic acid and converted to fluovic acid.

Naturally, the material breaks down slowly, and humic and fluoric acids form slowly, so the soil adds these essential acids. In addition, our organic fertilizer also contains a lot of protein. Protein is broken down and converted into Amino Acids during fermentation. Amino acids activate bacterial life in the soil and stimulate root activity in crops.

The growth of microorganisms in the soil is important because it helps the absorption of nutrients in the plant.


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