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What are humic acids?

natural chelating complexing acids that can contain more than 70 types of minerals that are essential for the proper life cycle of plants.

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Key minerals:

Calcium

helps absorb other nutrients, the long-term growth of the plant, the stabilisation of cell walls

Potassium

supports the immune system of plants, water management, and also has a significant effect on crop quality

Magnesium

its most important role is in photosynthesis, the building block of plants

Iron

its most important role is in green colour development and growth

Why is soil conditioning important?

In agriculture, there is an increasing problem of soil depletion, which is often counterbalanced by organic fertilisation or artificial fertilisation. However, this is not economically advantageous because most of the nutrients applied are not utilised.

The presence of a nutrient is not enough in itself, it must be in a state that can be absorbed by the plant and used up in the most effective way.

The product line of HUMINPOWER helps in this.

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What makes a bio product bio?

In the European Union – and therefore also in Hungary – only those products can be labelled as bio/eco/organic, etc. which comply with the national and community legislation applicable to them, and have a certificate issued by a Hungarian certification body.

Our products were controlled and certified by Biokontroll Hungária Nonprofit Kft.
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Why is bio good?

  • made from natural raw materials
  • is environmentally friendly
  • there is no risk of over dosage
  • the products go through a more rigorous control

What does the soil need in each season?

Spring

  • Soil loosening, seed bed turning
  • weeding
  • fertilisation
  • grass seed sowing
  • irrigation system installation

Summer

  • regular weeding, hoeing
  • addition of nutrients during planting and sowing
  • early morning and late afternoon watering
  • addition of nutrient during fruit-ripening

Autumn

  • addition of nutrients during the planting of shrubs, trees and perennials
  • compost production
  • weeding
  • fertilisation of beds

Winter

  • winter-proofing of the irrigation system
  • covering of frost-sensitive plants with fallen leaves or mounds of soil
  • resting of the gardener and the soil

Written about us

Diána Szilvia Csala:

EFFECT OF HUMIC ACID PRODUCTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF BASIL PLANTS (OCIMUM BASILICUM L.) (2015)

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Latinkert Kft:

Is this how to get a rich and healthy blooming rose garden next year? (2018)

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Dr. Katalin Juhos:

THE ROLE OF IMPROVING MINERAL AND ORGANIC MATERIALS IN NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (2017)

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Planetrise Association:

Trees being planted in Malawi (2016)

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