Review : Humic and Fulvic Acids . A Practical Approach

@inproceedings{MalanReviewH,
  title={Review : Humic and Fulvic Acids . A Practical Approach},
  author={Christo Malan}
}
  • Christo Malan
INDEX 1. General description and basic chemistry of humic and fulvic acids 2. Methods of extraction of humic and fulvic acids. 3. Sources and characteristics of products from different sources. 4. Chemical characteristics 5. Physical characteristics 6. Biological characteristics and soil biological activity 7. Product claims and facts 8. Dosage response and optimal dosages 9. Registration requirements and registration 10. Practical guidelines for farmers 11. What questions should farmers ask 12… CONTINUE READING
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