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What you need to know


Modern intensive agriculture does not allow enough time to carry out the humification process when the formation of humic substances takes place.  It does not return organic matter to the soil in the required amount. Organic carbon in the soil is decreasing as a basic parameter of soil fertility. We are noticing a decrease in soil microorganisms and overall life in the soil. The problem is that fertilizers do not solve the loss of organic matter or the loss of life in the soil. The change in soil structure leads not only to gradually lower soil fertility but also to its degradation and loss of soil water retention. In addition to this, farmers often struggle with nutrient leaching from their fields because arable soil has more trouble retaining nutrients and soil humus decreases. This not only causes inefficient use of fertilizers with financial implications but can also lead to contamination of water and the surrounding environment. 

What we take from the soil, we do not give back


Overview of trials using HUMAC® Agro in the production of various crops and environmental applications:

Image by Markus Spiske


 Apricot orchard

"I have a smaller apricot orchard near Košice. Last autumn, I scattered HUMAC®Agro on it. I made a small error in the calculations, so I couldn't spread it all evenly. Inadvertently, I set up an experiment where at the beginning of the orchard, the dose

Green peas

It is said that peas do not do very well in the greenhouse. Mine is 90 cm in places and is still growing. I used HUMAC Agro in combination with NPK. I am sending additional photos of pods, some of which are 10 cm tall. I had 2.5 kg of peas (unpeeled) from about two m2.


Well, I would like to say that about three weeks have passed since the application of Humac in our garden, and while it is first seen in such a short time: the raspberries that grow here are twice as big (more vital and beautiful in general) than the

was higher than I had planned, while in the middle the dose was smaller and near the end, I did not have any HUMAC left to spread. After particularly wet weather (part of the orchard was flooded with water for some time) and not the most optimal spring temperatures, during which the temperature dropped several times below -4 ° C at the time of budding, I noticed the first major tree attacks in the orchard due to apoplexy. To my surprise, however, the biggest tree attacks occurred in the area where HUMAC was not applied at all, resp. the least damage was in the area where I applied the highest dose of HUMAC. I know that apricots require adequate air in the soil. So I'm definitely ordering HUMAC again... "

neighbors:D and they are divided into "our" and "neighbors" only by an ordinary wire fence ... we are very pleased :) It can't be a coincidence ... the same rainfall, even the sun shines on them equally... there’s got to be something about HUMAC :) Zuzana

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