A lack of humic acid can prevent farmers and gardeners from growing nutritious crops. In the lab, humic materials are particularly resistant to additional biodegradation. The unique extraction conditions and the water or soil source affect the precise characteristics and structure of a given sample. However, the general characteristics of humic compounds created in laboratories from various sources are strikingly similar.
A collection of chemicals known as Humic Acid bind to plant roots and aid in their uptake of water and nutrients. High humid acid concentrations can considerably increase yields. Lack of humic can make it difficult for growers to produce nutrient-dense crops. However, conventional wisdom dismisses humic as a park, golf course, or grass.
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