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February 20, 2018, 06:45:58 AM
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Humate Organic Liquid Fertilizers are used in many areas of agriculture throughout the world thus acting as maximum crop yielder or considered as the main plant growth stimulants.The humates are basically preserved and compressed during geological upheavals often found in the form of brown coals called Lignite Coal Alkaline, thus considered as plants-based residues with very powerful biological activity shown to have a profound effect on plant growth and yield. In today’s environmentally conscious society, H.O.L.F offers a safe and cost-effective line of natural liquid fertilizers. The products are convenient and free of harmful chemicals which make H.O.L.F the ideal choice for farmers, homeowners, commercial growers, lawn care and turf professionals seeking natural products with proven performance.

We offer two (2) product forms of Humate Organic Liquid Fertilizer :

The Sodium form – H.O.L.F (Na)

The Potassium form – H.O.L.F (K)

Today in Asia, America and Europe, H.O.L.F products have given so many solutions to the range of problems plaguing contemporary agriculture creating a few benefits any farmer and crop production companies could testify for as below:

Improved fertilizer efficiency: When humates combine with any fertilizer DAP, MAP, Urea, SOP, SOA, etc, only then the fertilizer will become much more stable in the soil.

Leaching and lockups are virtually eliminated. In addition, these fertilizers will be absorbed and utilized much more effectively (30 to 50% improved uptake) in the presence of humic acids.

Biological Stimulation: raw humates and their humic acid and fulvic acid extracts are powerful microbial stimulants. Humic acid feeds and stimulates the fungi component of your soil-life, while fulvic acid is a bacterial stimulant. Good-quality humic acid always includes a significant fulvic acid component, so a soil application of humic acid in the form of potassium liquid humates will feed and stimulate both the bacterial and fungal work force.

These two microorganisms determine disease pressure and crop production, and any investment in their welfare is a sound one.

Disease, pest and frost management: When beneficial fungal and bacteria levels are increased by humate stimulation, then the microbial pathogens that cause disease are reduced by a process called ‘competitive exclusion’. Pest pressure is magnified by poor mineralization and low sugar levels in the plant. Humates dramatically increase mineral availability and uptake and they are critical in facilitating efficient utilization of calcium and phosphate – the two elements which govern the production of plant sugar. High plant sugars, in turn, create a plant with a significantly lower freezing point, and this reduces frost damage.

Carbon building: Recent CSIRO research has confirmed that organic carbon (humus) is the single most important determinant of profitability in farming enterprises. For every 0.1% that you can build your organic carbon levels, there will be an associated increase in your net profit and associated increase in your land value. Humates contain up to 69% organic carbon in their own right, but their carbon-building capacity is largely based on their bio-stimulating capacity. An activated, thriving, microbial population can convert stubble and crop residues to organic carbon (humus) at a much faster rate. The faster you can convert plant matter to humus, the higher your organic carbon gains.

Hormonal stimulation: High-production agriculture involves more than nitrogen, minerals and microbes. Natural hormones play a large role in ensuring good germination, vigorous, healthy growth and prolific flowering. Humates contain a natural, auxin-like hormone, which assists in these plant functions and they also stimulate beneficial micro-organisms like Azotobacter, which produce three other growth-stimulating hormones.

Sodium Management: The management of excess sodium is set to become a key issue in twenty first century agriculture. Humates have demonstrated a unique capacity to buffer sodium excesses in both water and soils. This buffering capacity can reduce or prevent the plant damage normally associated with these excesses. Humates can also have a profound effect upon soil structure, opening the soil and aiding with the rapid exit of excess sodium. Humates are also a direct stimulant of the beneficial fungi called mycorrhiza which colonize the roots of host plants. Mycorrhizas are renowned for their capacity to increase the salt tolerance of their hosts.

Utilization and Usage:

One (1) litre to be poured into One hundred (100) litres of tap water which effectively cultivates

One (1) plot of farm land with size 50 by 100 feet size resulting to 40 to 60% crop yield.

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April 30, 2018, 05:39:38 PM
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I was just wondering, if it's a stupid or good idea to start growing marijuana strain like this http://www.ilovegrowingmarijuana.com/redd-cross/ in forests nearby my hometown now..Autumn is coming and the plants won't be ready to harvest for 100% sure before winter comes... But will they survive the winter and start growing in spring? I probably won't be around in springtime when i usually would put out the seedlings in the forest.. what do you think?
Thanks for your input!


 

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