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Application Examples of Humintech Products

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Shoot growth of Mutsu apple trees after Powhumus application (Poland) 

ControlPowhumus
2kg/ha
Increase
%
Powhumus
4kg/ha
Increase
%
Shoot growth, average
number of shoots
3.04.8+605.3+77
Avergae length94.8149.8+57177.8+87.5

Yield increase of Gloster apple trees planted in 2005 after Powhumus application (Poland) 

ControlPowhumus
4kg/ha (2005)
5kg/ha (2006)
Average yield 2007 kg/tree4.79.3

General Benefits of Humintech Products

Quantitative and qualitative yield increases
Regular application of high quality humic acids accumulates their effects in soils and enhances continuously the quantitative and qualitative yield increases. The dry matter of the plants is increased, which also affects the taste of fruits and vegetables positively. In addition the quality of the fruits and shelf life is extended. Our results from practice in different countries show the yield increase at different cultures. 

Reduction of water demand
The accumulation of organic matter by humic acids binds the seeping water especially in sandy soils. Thereby the water demand can be reduced up to 50% depending on the soil type. Thus precious water is saved in arid areas. 

Increase of the Nutrient`s efficiency
The addition of humic acids increase the fertilizer efficiency and the nutrient uptake by roots. Thus they can decrease the need of fertilizers up to 30% and reduce the production costs substantially. The reduction of fertilizer saves the environment at the same time. 

Profitability
The profit by increased yields, improved fruit and vegetable qualities and saved fertilizer costs exceed the application costs of Humintech products definitely. You can benefit economically and ecologically from the application of humic acids based products in the long term. They are a guarantee for successful yields in any kind of soil, at any place and with any cultivation method.       

LITERATURE HINTS


  • Humic & Fulvic Acids: The Black Gold of Agriculture?
  • The Humus Cycle: by Dr. William Jackson