If your soil exhibits the following symptoms: thinning of the soil layer, soil desertification, compaction of soil and loss of soil moisture, poor crop growth and declining yields year by year, etc. Then you need to pay attention to whether your soil is undergoing soil impoverishment.
Soil impoverishment is an important type of soil degradation. It is a comprehensive characterization of the deterioration of the soil environment and soil physical, chemical and biological properties. It is the result that various attributes or ecological environment factors in soil cannot coordinate and promote each other. Soil degradation is mainly caused by unreasonable land use and unscientific farming practices.
This is when you need Humic Acid to repair your soil.
Why humic acid?
Humic acid is the remains of plants and animals, mainly the remains of plants, through the decomposition and transformation of microorganisms, as well as a series of geochemical processes caused and accumulated a class of organic substances.
Humic acid is a mixture of carboxyl group, phenolic group, ketone group, phenolic hydroxyl group and other active functional groups. The special structure and physical and chemical properties of humic acid determine its important role in ecological restoration.
Humic acid can improve soil, increase soil aggregate structure, improve soil water permeability, water holding capacity and corrosion resistance. Secondly, humic acid can absorb water and resist drought, so that the soil in soil erosion areas retains more rain water for plants to use when needed, which solves the problem of soil water conservation in soil erosion areas and has a very significant effect on resisting seasonal drought. At the same time improve soil compaction, soil desertification problems.
Humic acid can improve fertilizer utilization, promote crop growth and increase crop yield. Functional groups such as carboxyl group, carbonyl group, alcohol hydroxyl group and phenolic hydroxyl group in humic acid have strong ion exchange energy and adsorption capacity, which can reduce the loss of ammonium nitrogen and improve nitrogen use efficiency. Humic acid can intensify the microbial activities in the soil, especially the number of nitrogen-fixing bacteria in the soil can be significantly increased, the effect of biological nitrogen fixation is strengthened, the content of nitrate in the soil increases, and provides rich nitrogen nutrients for crops. Humic acid can chelate with the insoluble medium and micro elements in soil, so that it is not available to the available state, soluble in water, conducive to crop absorption.
Now you probably already know that no matter what problems your soil is going through, try Humic Acid, it will help you restore your soil to a healthy state.