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The main content of organic matter in the soil is humus. Humic acid, on the other hand, is the most active ingredient of humus. Today, the increasing use of chemical fertilizers has led to the rapid depletion of humus. However, humus is a substance that facilitates the uptake of fertilizers. In order to solve this problem, humic matter (humic acid and fulvic acid) applications have been started in recent years.

Answer; • Increases the water retention capacity of the soil. For example: In fields and gardens where irrigation is done 10 times, 8 irrigations will suffice. • It breaks down elements in the soil that plants cannot absorb and binds them to the plant root. It ensures maximum benefit from the solid fertilizer used. • Increases the resistance of the plant, making it more resistant to diseases. • Since it is dark in color, it darkens the soil and increases photosynthesis, thereby allowing the plant to make better use of solar energy. • It induces early maturity in crops and fruits, increasing market share. • As a good soil regulator, it balances the soil's pH. • When applied after harvest, it increases the shoots for the next year in fruit trees. • It acts as a good root enhancer as it dissolves the soil. • Since it is made from leonardite, it does not wash away with irrigation or rainwater. You can test this by holding your finger in the leonardite humic acid for 1-2 minutes; you will observe that it does not come off your hand like henna even after washing.