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Six magical uses of sodium humate in aquaculture

Sodium humate can degrade comprehensive toxins in water and effectively adsorb and decompose harmful substances such as ammonia, nitrogen, hydrogen sulfide and nitrite.

Common uses: 

1. Water transfer and water purification: By using the adsorption and complexation characteristics of sodium humate, water quality such as turbidity, flooding, dead algae, oil film and foam can be treated.

2. Shading: It depends on the physical characteristics of humic acid, but in fact, the shading time of pure humic acid is only one or two days at most. If the liver and stomach are not good, it is best not to use them indiscriminately (easy to be poisoned).

3. Change the bottom: Sodium humate can improve the soil, generally with disinfectants, bacterial preparations, etc. It is ideal. But this usage is not recommended for aging ponds, clay ponds and ponds with thick silt.

4. Detoxification: Complex toxins, heavy metals, etc. However, it should be noted that if the dosage is not enough, everything will be in vain.

5. Fertilizer and water: Humic acid is an excellent carbon source fertilizer after decomposition. The pollution of nitrogen source is becoming more and more serious, and the concept of carbon discharging nitrogen has been applied to aquaculture production.

6. Convergence and diarrhea: Sodium humate can alleviate toxic enteritis and physical enteritis, the two most common enteritis symptoms.

Usage and dosage:

Generally, the dosage per mu is 1-2Kg for a pond with a water depth of 1 meter. The dosage of the reservoir needs to be increased, and it should be applied once every 20 days or so. When the water quality deteriorates, the dosage will be doubled, and the powder or particles can be directly applied to the whole pond.

It is better to use it with oxygenator, photosynthetic bacteria, EM bacteria, etc. Generally, the bottom of the old pond is deteriorated and granular is used; If the water body deteriorates, use powder.

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