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We didn't invent Humic, We just perfected it...

6 Manufacturing Plants

Superior Quality Raw Material

Patented Manufacturing Process

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The World Leader In Humic Acid

6 Manufacturing Plants

Superior Quality Raw Material

Patented Manufacturing Process

Patented Products

The World Leader In Humic Acid

Higher yields starts with Humi[K]

Healthier Crops

Healthier Food

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Green CoveSprings, FL
Sardis, MS
Shelby, MT
Brooks, AlbertaCanada
Dubois, ID
HeadquartersJacksonville, FL

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The Wet Chemistry Experts

Humic Growth Solutions is a global leader in the manufacture and supply of organic humate products. Specializing in the wet chemistry extraction of humic and fulvic acids, we offer our activated products in a liquid concentrate, soluble powder and patented granule form.

Our process begins with the highest quality raw materials micro-pulverized in their naturally dry form, precisely blended into our proprietary alkaline or acidic wet chemistry formulas and micro-quad filtered to separate out all insoluble material.

Our products are manufactured for worldwide distribution, with production capacity capable of meeting agricultural market demands around the globe.  We didn't invent humic, we just perfected it!

How does Humic Acid function?

By supplying soils with ample humic acids, this furthers the process of cationbinding (positively charged elements). The ability to chelate positively charged multivalent ions (Mg, Ca, Fe, andother trace minerals of immense value to plants) is the most vital role of humic acids in regards to your soils. Bychelating ions, humic acids facilitate their uptake via several mechanisms, one of which prevents theirprecipitation (leaching through soil). Humic acids also have a pronounced and positive influence on their overallbioavailability. In addition, humic acids can also detoxify soils of assorted heavy metals. Research hasdemonstrated that heavy metals can be “locked up,” with the addition of humic.

Why our Humic Acid?

Humic acids are an excellent natural and 100% organic means of providing plants and soil with concentrated doses of essential nutrients, vitamins, and trace elements. The best source of humic acid is derived from Midwestern sedimentation layers referred to as Leonardite. Humic acids enhance plant growth, namely biomass production, and increase overall soil fertility. As humic acids are completely decomposed, they do not enter into nutritional competition with plants (i.e. such as for nitrogen). Current scientific studies demonstrate that soil fertility is determined largely by humic substances content in the matrix. Their high cation-exchange capacity (movement of ions across roots), oxygen content, and water-holding capacities are but a few reasons for using humic acids in the improvement of soil fertility and plant growth.

How does humic acid benefit your plants?

Humic acid increases nutrient uptake, drought tolerance, and seed germination. It increases soil’s microbial activities, making it an excellent root stimulator. Humic acids increase nutrient availability in our fertilizer, as well as those fertilizers already existent in your soils. They also assist in aerating the soil internally and in lowering soil pH to a more neutral level. In addition, they flush excess salt levels out of the root zone, all of which help promote better plant health and growth.

Using our proprietary Wet Chemistry extraction process, we ACTIVATE the humic acid molecule making it more functional, enhancing its abilities: CEC, Buffering, Chelation, and Complexation. Other methods of non-alkaline extraction do NOT activate those functional humic molecules, thus drastically reducing the benefits.

Humic Growth Solutions

There are significant differences between unprocessed humates (raw material) and humates which have undergone the wet chemistry process (such as our Humi[K] products). When unprocessed, humates are refractory, meaning that microbes cannot break them down. They possess little to no functionalities, save possibly for colloidal powders. Dr. Mir Seyedbagheri (our director of Research and Development) has conducted various studies on nonprocessed humates for 36 years and still has a 27-year old sample in his lab which has never dissolved. This is akin to the situation in the soil. They may eventually dissolve but only over a very lengthy period of time.

However, when we use wet chemistry, we activate assorted functional groups, such as carboxyls, phenols, etc. By doing so, we enhance soil’s chelating, complexing, and buffering capacities. This additionally creates micropores in which roots, water, and nutrients reside.

In conjunction with current fertilizer applications, farmers worldwide are experiencing enhanced nutrient translocation in roots, along with other functionalities in soil solution chemistry. These are the result of their Humi[K] applications.

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Decrease water usage

Humic acids chelate nutrient compounds (especially iron) in the soil, metamorphosing them into a form suitable for plant utilization. Thus, the nutrient supply of plants is optimized. Regular application of first-rate humic acids can result in assorted benefits, including the following:

•increases of up to 70% in yield, coupled with accompanying reductions of up to 30% in use of fertilizers and pesticides.

•better and healthier growth of green grass, ornamentals, agricultural crops, and woods.

•Furthermore, water-holding capacity is augmented considerably, thus reducing water use at substantial levels, and helping to reduce drought.

Humic acids also improve soil structure. This includes preventing high water and nutrient losses in light, sandy soils and simultaneously converting them into fruitful soils by way of decomposition. In addition, humic acids also increase soil’s water-holding capacity and thus helps avert drought. In addition, humic acids also increase soil’s water-holding capacity and thus helps avert drought.

Humic acid will benefit overall plant growth by improving nutrient uptake and hormonal effects.

Enhance nutrient uptake

Humic acid will benefit overall plant growth by improving nutrient uptake and hormonal effects.

The effects of humic acids on growth, macro/micronutrient contents, and postharvest life of gerbera (Gerbera jamesonii L) cv. ‘Malibu’ were examined. Different levels of humic acid (0, 100, 500, and 1000 mg/L were applied to nutrient solution).

Root growth increased at 1000 mg/L humic acid, incorporated into the solution. Micro and macronutrient contents of leaves and scapes were significantly enhanced by humic acids. These included nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), iron (Fe), and zinc (Zn).

500 Mg/L of humic acid resulted in an increase in the quantity of harvested flowers/plants (92%).Higher humic acid levels extended harvested flowers’ vase life by 2-3.66 days and prevented and delayed incidences of the bent neck. These postharvest responses were due to Ca accumulation in scrapes, along with humic acids’ hormone-like activities.

Sprout of the cucumber
Sprout of the cucumber

Enhance nutrient uptake

Humic acid will benefit overall plant growth by improving nutrient uptake and hormonal effects.

The effects of humic acids on growth, macro/micronutrient contents, and postharvest life of gerbera (Gerbera jamesonii L) cv. ‘Malibu’ were examined. Different levels of humic acid (0, 100, 500, and 1000 mg/L were applied to nutrient solution).

Root growth increased at 1000 mg/L humic acid, incorporated into the solution. Micro and macronutrient contents of leaves and scapes were significantly enhanced by humic acids. These included nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), iron (Fe), and zinc (Zn).

500 Mg/L of humic acid resulted in an increase in the quantity of harvested flowers/plants (92%).Higher humic acid levels extended harvested flowers’ vase life by 2-3.66 days and prevented and delayed incidences of the bent neck. These postharvest responses were due to Ca accumulation in scrapes, along with humic acids’ hormone-like activities.

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Increase crop production

  • Humic acids biologically stimulate plants and microorganism activities.
  • Stimulate plant enzymes and augments their production.
  • Act as an organic catalyst in a multitude of biological processes.
  • Stimulate growth and proliferation of desirable microorganisms.
  • Enhance plants’ natural resistance to diseases and pests.
  • Stimulate root growth, especially vertically, and enables better nutrient uptake.
  • Increase root respiration and formation.
  • Promotes development of chlorophyll, sugars, and amino acids in plants, along with aiding in photosynthesis.
  • Increase plants’ vitamin and mineral content.
  • Thicken cell walls in fruits and prolong storage time.
  • Increases germination and seed viability.
  • Stimulate plant growth (higher biomass production) by accelerating cell division, increasing the rate of development in root systems, and increasing the yield of dry matter.
  • Increase the quality of yields and improves overall physical appearance and nutritional value.

Our once struggling farmer’s banana production is now almost twice what it was before using your humic. also, his production costs are down substantially.

“This year we tried humic on our corn maze. “ it was brought to our attention by a friend of our family. after listening to the promises of the product we were interested but not sure if we wanted to gamble on a new product on our maze which is such a big part of our cash flow for the year. we decided to give it a try on our 2017 maze of 15 acres.

we purposely did not spray one acre as to compare results. we were shocked at the difference. we sprayed our field one time prior to planting and watched as the corn began to grow. we noticed quite a bit of difference in the growth of the young corn as compared to the one acre we did not spray. as our field became more mature the difference was quite noticeable. our corn averaged 12 ½ feet tall in the sprayed field and about 8 feet in the unsprayed field.

we use a type of corn that is supposed to average 8 to 9 feet tall. the biggest difference was the ears of corn, some 16 to 18 inches long and too big to fit in our 4 in corn blasters (which we use a lot of our corn cobbs for). most stalks had double ears of corn which is rare with this type of corn. we are very excited to use “humic” again this year with multiple sprayings on the entire crop.”

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Higher yields, start with Humi[K]

Agricultural producers globally are seeking to reduce dependency on synthetic fertilizers and chemicals. Humic products, produced through our proprietary wet-chemistry processes provide an efficient and economical means to return carbon to the soil. Without carbon replenishment, the addition of manmade synthetic nutrients is pointless and counterproductive. To that end, the use of humic products is the most viable and effective path to coveted agricultural sustainability.