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what is liquid potassium humate/humic acid?

Liquid potassium humate/humic acid) is a complex organic molecule formed by the breakdown of organic matter in soil by microorganisms. It is found in forest soil (2% - 3%) and rich in oxidised low rock coal, lignite, peat etc., has major constituents of carbon and oxygen about 90%. Lignite contains about 60% humid acid. The basic source of Humic acid is derived from sedimentation layers called leonardite/lignite. liquid potassium humate/ humic acid is not a fertilizer. They act as a bio-stimulant for plants. it enhances plant growth particularly biomass productions, root growth and fertility of the soil. Their oxygen content as well as high water holding capacity are a few reasons for using LPH in the improvement of soil fertility, plant growth and high yield. Our Indian soils are low in organic carbon. Due to intensive cultivation; organic matter and other nutrients are depleted from the soil. To compensate this, traditionally organic manure, composite, vermin compost and green manure are used in large quantities to achieve Humic acid content in the soil. Application of liquid potassium humate/humic acid helps to build up organic matter content in the soil, enhancing water retention and cation exchange capacity. LPH is applicable for all type of crops. Some of the key benefits include increased crop yields, increased root growth, increased chlorophyll content, increased nutrient uptake, improved plant quality, enhanced natural defines, improved soil structure and improved water retention.

The effect of humic acid compound fertilizer on soil nutrient contents and soil enzyme activities

Soil nutrient content mainly includes a variety of salt content, such as potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium , nitrate content, which directly affect the growth of plants. It is a direct impact on agricultural crops yield. And soil enzyme is one of the components of the soil, which comes from microorganisms, plants and animals living or debris. Soil enzyme activity is an important indicator of soil biological activity and soil fertility. Among them, catalase, the overall activity of phosphatase and urease evaluation of soil fertility is important. The mechanism of the effect of humic acid compound fertilizer on soil nutrient contents and enzyme activities is as follows, Humic acid contains carboxyl, hydroxyl and other active functional groups, which given its strong complexing, chelating and surface adsorption capacity. In the appropriate ratio and process conditions, chemical fertilizers can be combined with humic acid and from the organic-inorganic entangled body with humic acid as the core. Thus the supply process of nutrients and soil enzyme activity are effectively improved. At the same time, chemical stability nutrients are significantly improved, the loss of nitrogen and phosphorus are effectively reduced, and potassium is fixed.

How does conservation help the environment?

Conservation helps the environment to retain the natural systems that are essential to the survival of humans, plants and animals. Nutrient cycling, pollination and water purification are examples of natural systems that can be preserved through land-conservation efforts. Soil conservation is generally accomplished with a variety of management techniques. Some of these including managing surface runoff, protecting exposed soil and protecting downstream watercourses from pollution and sedimentation. Soil conservation can ensure that soil is its most productive for the food supply and ensures that the habitats of area wildlife are maintained while protecting water from pollution.

Soil conservation

The Dust Bowls of 1930 illustrate the dramatic impacts of poor soil management. With the combination of dry, windy conditions, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration estimates that the impacts lasted up to eight years in some states, resulting in tons of topsoil loss. The loss of topsoil is critical since most of the soil nutrients are found in this soil layer. Soil erosion introduces contaminants and sentiment into aquatic resources, increasing the environmental impact. Today, agricultural practices and land management focus soil conservation as a way to ensure soil nutritional quality and to prevent water pollution.

Why focus on soil ?

Creating sustainable partnership between soil and plants

• Soil health is fundamental to productive, sustainable agriculture
• More than 40% of crop yields depend on soil fertility
• Vitality and resistance of a crop is primarily determined in the growth medium
• A biologically active soil life significantly increases the crops resistance to diseases and pests

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State of the Soils

It is projected that India will need to grow its agricultural output 12% to feed its people in 2020. Much of this has to come by growing more on the same amount of land. This land, however, is weakening and withering , reports M Rajashekar in Economic Times (www.economictimes.com)

Current state of nutrient efficiency

The number of nutrient deficient in Indian soil has risen from 1 in 1950 to 9 in 2011

• Phosphorus (p) - 15-20%
• Nitrogen (N) -30-50%;
• sulphur(s) - 8-12%
• Zinc (Zn)-2-5%
• Iron (Fe) -1-2%
• Copper (Cu) - 1-2%
Source: Indian Institute of soil science vision 2030

Why humic acid ?

Rich in Organic carbon

• Increases nutrient uptake
• Increases the yield up to 40%
• Reduces the fertilizer consumption by 25%
• Buffers pH of soils
• 100% Water soluble
• Certified Organic input
• Tested on all major crops
• It eliminates the need for compost and manure
• Can be used along with fertilizers

Global Actions on soil

One small step to inspire a Brown Revolution

• UN General Assembly has declared 5th December as world Soil Day
• UN General Assembly has declared 2015 as International years of oil
• IFPRI has identified Integrated soil Fertility Management as one of the eleven technologies to address Food Security



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