The role of sodium humate in aquaculture
The role of sodium humate in aquaculture is mainly adsorption, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiviral effects. It also has fertilizers, water purification, physical shading, grass maintenance, chelation of heavy metal ions, improvement of substrates, detoxification and deodorization. And so on.
1. The absorption of sodium humate
Because the humic acid molecule contains a large amount of nitrogen, it has a strong absorption effect on aminos. It can decompose the excrement, residual bait, and organic flocs of the bottom cultured animals in the culture water body, and can also reduce the waste of the cultured animals. The smell can also provide fertilizer to the bottom grass algae by absorbing the ammonia gas in the excrement.
2. The role of Sodium humate animal feed work as feed additive can also be anti-virus
Another the role of sodium humate is that it is different from antibiotics. It has no toxicity but can detoxify. It has a detoxification effect on brucine, heavy metals, etc., and it can also reduce the toxicity of fertilizer urea in aquaculture water. A sunscreen agent that can control the growth of moss, and a water purifier that flocculates organic molecules.
3. The antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects of sodium humate
(1) Humic acid can activate the pituitary-adrenal system, promote corticosteroids and increase the permeability of capillaries caused by amines. It is a polymer complex and contains alkaloids, which can target enteritis and some Toxic substances have a strong adsorption effect, and can also have astringent effect on the intestinal mucosa of farmed animals, and can prevent the occurrence of enteritis.
(2)The breeding water contains various enzymes, and the active groups in the sodium humate molecule can be decomposed into many nascent oxygen with bactericidal effect under the action of various enzymes, so the role of sodium humate is Can be antibacterial.