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Usage Areas Of Active Humic Acid

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Cereals

(Wheat, Barley, Rye, Paddy, Corn, etc.)

Seed Treatment:

Diluted by HUMISOL 1/1 (1 part Humisol –  1 part water) at changing rate(s) of 1% and 2% (meaning at changing rates of 1 to 2 litres per 100 kg seeds) at least a night before sowing, HUMISOL is applied in a way that covers the seed surface. In dry and hot climactic conditions, HUMISOL is applied to cover the seed immediately before sowing. Afterwards HUMISOL -treated seeds are left to sun-dry for 15-20 minutes.

Before or During Sowing:

Before sowing, 2 to 3 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres. It is sprayed onto soil surface, and is mixed into 10-15 cm deep in soil.

Irrigation Water:​

HUMISOL can be applied through irrigation water, which is particularly recommended for wheat and corns when the afore-given treatments cannot be used or as an extra practice. 1 to 2 litres of HUMISOL per decare is applied through sprinkler irrigation at least once and during the first 30 minutes of irrigation time. So, it is washed away from the plant surface as irrigation carries on, and efficiently penetrates into the soil.​

1 to 2 litres of HUMISOL per decare or 0.1‐0.5 litre per ton is mixed when doing drip irrigation, and is applied at least once especially in the beginning of growth period (for corn, immediately after sowing or 7-10 days after coming out) or 2 in the beginning of growth period and right before tasseling.

Cash Crops

Cash Crops (Sugar Beet,Cotton,Soy,Potato,Cotton, Soya, Sunflower etc.)

Before or During Sowing:

​Before sowing, 2 to 3 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres. It is sprayed onto soil surface, and is mixed into 10-15 cm deep in soil.​

​Seed Treatment:

​The treatment is recommended for cotton, soy, sunflower and similar plants. HUMISOL is applied in a way that covers the seed surface at changing rate(s) of 1% and 2% (meaning at changing rates of 1 to 2 litres per 100 kg seeds) at least a night before sowing. HUMISOL is applied in a way that covers the seed surface either without diluting at all or diluting by 1/1 (1 part HUMISOL –  1 part water). In dry and hot climactic conditions, HUMISOL is applied to cover the seed immediately before sowing. Afterwards HUMISOL-treated seeds are left to sun-dry for 15-20 minutes.​

​Irrigation Water:​

HUMISOL treatment with irrigation is recommended in cases when the aforecited treatments cannot be followed or as an additional treatment. 2 to 4 litre(s) (could be 1 to 2 litres in case of an additional treatment onto soil or seeds) of HUMISOL per decare is applied through sprinkler irrigation at least once and during the first 30 minutes of irrigation time. So, it is washed away from the plant surface as irrigation carries on, and efficiently penetrates into the soil. Sprinkler irrigation may be applied immediately after sowing/planting. A more preferable time is when the plant is growing at the beginning.​

2 to 4 litre(s) of HUMISOL per decare or 0.1‐0.5 litre per ton is mixed when doing drip irrigation, and is applied at least once especially in the beginning of growth period or 2 times in the beginning of growth period and right before blossoming (towards the mid-growth).

Legumes

Legumes (Bean, Chickpea, Horse Bean, Lentils, etc. )

Before or During Sowing:

Before sowing, 2 to 3 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres. It is sprayed onto soil surface, and is mixed into 10-15 cm deep in soil.

​Seed Treatment:

​Diluted by HUMISOL 1/1 (1 part Humisol –  1 part water) at changing rate(s) of 1% and 2% (meaning at changing rates of 1 to 2 litres per 100 kg seeds) at least a night before sowing, HUMISOL is applied in a way that covers the seed surface. In dry and hot climactic conditions, HUMISOL is applied to cover the seed immediately before sowing. Afterwards HUMISOL -treated seeds are left to sun-dry for 15-20 minutes.

​Irrigation Water:

​HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water is recommended in cases when the aforecited treatments cannot be followed or as an additional treatment. 2 to 3 litre(s) (could be 1 to 2 litres in case of an additional treatment onto soil or seeds) of HUMISOL per decare is applied through sprinkler irrigation at least once and during the first 30 minutes of irrigation time. So, it is washed away from the plant surface as irrigation carries on, and efficiently penetrates into the soil. Sprinkler irrigation may be applied immediately after sowing/planting. A more preferable time is when the plant is growing at the beginning.

1 to 3 litre(s) of HUMISOL per decare or 0.1‐0.5 litre per ton is mixed when doing drip irrigation, and is applied at least once especially in the beginning of growth period or 2 times in the beginning of growth period and right before blossoming (towards the mid-growth).

Vegetables

(Tomato, Pepper, Aubergine, Cucumber, Squash, Watermelon, Onion, Celery, Carrot, Turnip, Lettuce, Spinach, Cabbage, Garlic, Cauliflower, Lady Finger, Parsley, etc. )

Before or During Sowing:

​Before sowing, 2 to 4 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres. It is sprayed onto soil surface, and is mixed into 10-15 cm deep in soil.

​Seed Treatment:​

​Diluted by HUMISOL 1/1 (1 part Humisol –  1 part water) at changing rate(s) of 1% and 2% (meaning at changing rates of 1 to 2 litres per 100 kg seeds) at least a night before sowing, HUMISOL is applied in a way that covers the seed surface. In dry and hot climactic conditions, HUMISOL is applied to cover the seed immediately before sowing. Afterwards HUMISOL -treated seeds are left to sun-dry for 15-20 minutes.

​Irrigation Water:

​HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water is recommended in cases when the aforecited treatments cannot be followed or as an additional treatment. 2 to 4 litre(s) (could be 1 to 2 litres in case of an additional treatment onto soil or seeds) of HUMISOL per decare is applied through sprinkler irrigation at least once and during the first 30 minutes of irrigation time. So, it is washed away from the plant surface as irrigation carries on, and efficiently penetrates into the soil. Sprinkler irrigation may be applied immediately after sowing/planting. A more preferable time is when the plant is growing at the beginning.

2 to 4 litre(s) of HUMISOL per decare in portions or 0.1‐0.5 litre per ton is mixed when doing drip irrigation, and is applied at least 1 or 2 times especially in the beginning of growth period and before blossoming or 2 or 3 times in the beginning of growth period and right before blossoming as well as harvest time.

If these vegetables are planted as seedling, their roots are bathed in a solution prepared by adding 500 cc HUMISOL in 100 litres of water. This treatment may be followed regardless of soil treatment of HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water.

Greenhouse Plants

(Tomato, Pepper, Aubergine, Cucumber, Squash, Watermelon, Onion, Celery, Carrot, Turnip, Lettuce, Spinach, Cabbage, Garlic, Cauliflower, Lady Finger, Parsley, etc.)

Before or During Sowing:

Before sowing, 2 to 4 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres. It is sprayed onto soil surface, and is mixed into 10-15 cm deep in soil.

​Seed Treatment:

​Diluted by HUMISOL 1/1 (1 part Humisol –  1 part water) at changing rate(s) of 1% and 2% (meaning at changing rates of 1 to 2 litres per 100 kg seeds) at least a night before sowing, HUMISOL is applied in a way that covers the seed surface. In dry and hot climactic conditions, HUMISOL is applied to cover the seed immediately before sowing. Afterwards HUMISOL -treated seeds are left to sun-dry for 15-20 minutes.

Irrigation Water:​

​HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water is recommended in cases when the aforecited treatments cannot be followed or as an additional treatment. 2 to 4 litre(s) (could be 1 to 2 litres in case of an additional treatment onto soil or seeds) of HUMISOL per decare is applied through sprinkler irrigation at least once and during the first 30 minutes of irrigation time. So, it is washed away from the plant surface as irrigation carries on, and efficiently penetrates into the soil. Sprinkler irrigation may be applied immediately after sowing/planting. A more preferable time is when the plant is growing at the beginning.

2 to 4 litre(s) of HUMISOL per decare in portions or 0.1‐0.5 litre per ton is mixed when doing drip irrigation, and is applied at least 1 or 2 times especially in the beginning of growth period and before blossoming or 2 or 3 times in the beginning of growth period and right before blossoming as well as harvest time.

If these vegetables are planted as seedling, their roots are bathed in a solution prepared by adding 500 cc HUMISOL in 100 litres of water.

Ornament Plants

Before or During Sowing:

​​Before sowing, 2 to 4 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres. It is sprayed onto soil surface, and is mixed into 10-15 cm deep in soil.​

​Irrigation Water:

​HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water is recommended in cases when the aforecited treatments cannot be followed or as an additional treatment. 2 to 4 litre(s) (could be 1 to 2 litres in case of an additional treatment onto soil or seeds) of HUMISOL per decare is applied through sprinkler irrigation at least once and during the first 30 minutes of irrigation time. So, it is washed away from the plant surface as irrigation carries on, and efficiently penetrates into the soil. Sprinkler irrigation may be applied immediately after sowing/planting. A more preferable time is when the plant is growing at the beginning.

2 to 4 litre(s) of HUMISOL per decare in portions or 0.5‐1 litre per ton is mixed when doing drip irrigation, and is applied at least 2 or 3 times especially in the growth period.

If these vegetables are planted as seedling, their roots are bathed in a solution prepared by adding 500 cc HUMISOL in 100 litres of water. This treatment may be followed regardless of soil treatment of HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water.

HUMISOL is eligible for ornament plants, trees or bushes in quantities and at times as recommended for fruit trees.

Forage Crops

(Trefoil, Vetch, Peas, Sainfoin etc.)

Before or During Sowing:

​When preparing the soil for treatment, 1 to 3 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres. It is sprayed onto soil surface, and is mixed into 5-10 cm deep in soil.

Irrigation Water:

​HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water is recommended in cases when the aforecited treatments cannot be followed or as an additional treatment. 1 to 3 litre(s) (could be 0,5 to 1,5 litres in case of an additional treatment onto soil or seeds) of HUMISOL per decare is applied through sprinkler irrigation at least once and during the first 30 minutes of irrigation time. So, it is washed away from the plant surface as irrigation carries on, and efficiently penetrates into the soil. Sprinkler irrigation may be applied immediately after sowing/planting. A more preferable time is when the plant is growing at the beginning.

In addition, it is recommended that HUMISOL treatment along with or before irrigation water is applied in 0,5‐1,5  per decare to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres after each reap as explained above and is sprayed on the plant surface with a pulverizator.

Grass Area

Before or During Sowing:

​​ When preparing the soil for treatment, 2 to 3 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres. It is sprayed onto soil surface, and is mixed into 5-10 cm deep in soil.

​Irrigation Water:

​HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water is recommended in cases when the aforecited treatments cannot be followed or as an additional treatment. 2 to 3 litre(s) (could be 1 to 2 litres in case of an additional treatment onto soil) of HUMISOL per decare is applied through sprinkler irrigation at least once and during the first 30 minutes of irrigation time. So, it is washed away from the plant surface as irrigation carries on, and efficiently penetrates into the soil. Sprinkler irrigation may be applied immediately after sowing/planting. A more preferable time is when the plant is growing at the beginning.

​2 to 3 litres of HUMISOL is recommended for existing grass areas once at the end of winter, alternatively half of the recommended quantity (1 to 1,5 litres per da) is applied at the end of winter while the remaining half is applied at two times within 20-25 days of time. Treatment may be applied by way of irrigation as explained above; alternatively a recommended quantity of HUMISOL may be applied by spraying onto the grass area with a pulverizator after having diluted it to a final volume of 100 to 150 litres before irrigation.

Fruit Trees

Apple, Pear, Quince, Cherry, Sour Cherry Apricot, Fig, Banana, Citrus, Hazelwood, olive, Walnut, Pistachio etc.)

Soil Treatment:​

Fruit trees can be treated with HUMISOL anytime but the best time is when trees are coming up in spring or right after the harvest season. HUMISOL is calculated for tree age: 50‐100 cc for ordinary trees of all ages, 25‐50 cc for semi-dwarf trees, 10‐20 cc for fully dwarf trees (i.e. 5X50‐100=250‐500 cc eligible for 5 year-old ordinary trees, 5X10‐20=50‐100 cc eligible for fully dwarf trees), diluted with 5 to 10 times of water and is thus applied up to the corolla line of the tree. For increased action, the corolla line may be opened up to 15-30 cm for treatment and is resumed after treatment. If trees are above 40 years old, minimum 5 litres of HUMISOL should be applied per tree.

Irrigation Water:

HUMISOL in quantities as recommended above is applied in portions to the trees by way of drip irrigation at 2 or 3 times. 2/3 part of the applicable quantity is to be provided before blossoming while the remaining quantity is to be provided at the beginning of fruit bearing period.

​A First-Time Garden Facility:

​In case of a first-time garden facility, 100‐200 cc HUMISOL should be applied per sapling after diluting it minimum by 5 times at the time of planting, or it may be provided along with the sap.

Naked root sapling is bathed in a solution prepared with 500 cc HUMISOL in 100 litres of water. This treatment may be followed regardless of soil treatment of HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water.

 

Vineyard

Soil Treatment:​

HUMISOL is at all times eligible for use on vineyards but the best time is in spring nearly one month before vinestocks get water or buds come up.

25‐75 cc HUMISOL per vine or vinestock is diluted with 5 to 10 times of water, and is applied to the bottom of vinestocks, alternatively 4 to 6 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 60 litres and is sprayed on the soil surface with a pulverizator, ensuring it mixes into 10-15 cm depth in soil.​

Irrigation Water:​

​25‐75 cc HUMISOL per vine or vinestock is applied in portions by way of drip irrigation at 2 or 3 times. 2/3 part of the applicable quantity is to be provided before blossoming while the remaining quantity is to be provided at bunching period.

​A First-Time Vineyard Facility:

​In case of a first-time vineyard facility, 100-200 cc HUMISOL should be applied per sapling after diluting it minimum by 5 times at the time of planting, or it may be provided along with the sap.

Naked root sapling is bathed in a solution prepared with 500 cc HUMISOL in 100 litres of water. This treatment may be followed regardless of soil treatment of HUMISOL treatment with irrigation water.

Tea

HUMISOL is at all times eligible for use on tea leaves but the best time is 1-1,5 months in advance of shoot harvests. 3 to 6 litres of HUMISOL per decare is diluted to a final volume of 30 to 40 litres, is sprayed onto soil surface or is spilled on both sides of the lines of the tea plants.

Hazelnut

Fruit trees can be treated with ACTIVE anytime but the best time is when trees are coming up in spring or right after the harvest season. ACTIVE is calculated for tree age: 50‐100 cc for ordinary trees of all ages, 25‐50 cc for semi-dwarf trees, 10‐20 cc for fully dwarf trees (i.e. 5X50‐100=250‐500 cc eligible for 5 year-old ordinary trees, 5X10‐20=50‐100 cc eligible for fully dwarf trees), diluted with 5 to 10 times of water and is thus applied up to the corolla line of the tree. For increased action, the corolla line may be opened up to 15-30 cm for treatment and is resumed after treatment. If trees are above 40 years old, minimum 5 litres of ACTIVE should be applied per tree.