Potassium humate used in beans crops/ agricultural
Reports on the utilization of potassium humate in cereals crops are rare. Hence the effect of humic acid on growth, yield and quality of beans was investigated.
The restoration or maintenance of soil fertility is mainly dependant on the organic matter content of the soil. The integrated use of organic sources and inorganic fertilizers is promising for achieving sustainable productivity over a longer period under intensive cropping, besides maintaining a satisfactory nutrient turnover in soil-plant system.
Before transplanting we use super potassium humate 98% flakes solution to water the young plants and also spray,its leaves and growth is obviously strong.
Application of fulvic humic acids (HA) in agriculture as fertilizer and soil conditioner was tried on limited scale.
Also we used humic acids based carbon base fertilizer and carbon plus before land cultivation.
After flower stage we use potassium humate and bio fulvic acid as irrigation fertilizer to increase its harvest and promote its fruits taste.
Its leaves and stem very strong ,also shinning.
Its yield increased also 30%,and its shlef life in non-cooler condition double than normal beans.
Potassium humate is a highly concentrated form of humus in the naturally occurring lignite which is the brown coal that accompanies coal deposits. It is a peat material that has not been subjected to high pressures to turn it into coal, and from this potassium humate is produced.
Benefits of potassium humate 100% flakes powder granular used in beans crops/ agricultural :
* Physically modify the structure of the soil.
* Neutralize both acid and alkaline soils; regulate the pH-value of soils.
* Improve and optimize the uptake of nutrients and water by plants.
* Enhance the uptake of nitrogen by plants.
* Stimulate plant enzymes and increase their production.
* Stimulate root growth, especially vertically
* Promote the development of chlorophyll, sugars and amino acid Stimulate plant growth
Applications: During Growing Season Flowering season Root Dipping