China Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer Manufacturer

HUMICO has been manufacturing potassium humate fertilizer for 10+ years.
Supplying 50%-65% high content humic acid potassium humate fertilizer in flake, powder, granule, cylinder, liquid, ball form.

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What is Potassium Humate?

HUMICO super potassium humate is a highly efficient organic fertilizer derived from humic acid and potassium. So its other name is humic acid potassium salt. And it’s also called K humate fertilizer, and called kali humate in Hindi language. It’s available in various forms like flake, powder, granule, liquid, ball, cylinder.
Super potassium humate is often used in agriculture, horticulture, and landscaping as both a soil conditioner and a fertilizer supplement.

Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer By Forms

Super Potassium Humate Flakes
Super potassium humate flakes are primarily sourced from leonardite. As the potassium salt of humic acid, these flakes serve as an efficient soil conditioner, promoting enhanced nutrient uptake, improved soil structure, and increased microbial activity. When introduced to the soil, they help in boosting plant health, growth, and yield.
As a powdered form of the potassium salt of humic acid, it enhances soil properties, facilitates increased nutrient absorption, and promotes microbial activity. When incorporated into the soil, it aids in elevating plant vitality, growth, and productivity.
Super potassium humate granules, also are called super potassium humate crystals, are an essential organic fertilizer derived from natural humic substances. When applied to soil, they enhance nutrient uptake, improve soil structure, and promote root growth. Ideal for sustainable farming practices, Potassium Humate Granules not only boost crop yield but also improve soil health.
Potassium Humate Cylinders are a revolutionary organic fertilizer designed for optimal plant growth. Shaped for convenience, these cylinders enrich the soil with vital potassium, fostering robust plant growth and enhancing water retention.
Appearance: Black Ball
Humic acid (dry basis): 50.0%-60%min
Potassium (K2O dry basis): 10.0%min
Water-solubility (dry basis): 85%
Moisture: 15.0%max
pH: 9.0-10.0
Size: 80-100mesh
Appearance: Black flake powder
Humic acid (dry basis): 50.0%-60%min
Potassium (K2O dry basis): 10.0%min
Water-solubility (dry basis): 85%
Moisture: 15.0%max
pH: 9.0-10.0
Size: 80-100mesh/2-4mm
Potassium humate liquid is a premium organic solution derived from natural humic substances. This liquid fertilizer plays a pivotal role in enhancing nutrient absorption, stimulating plant growth, and improving soil water retention. It ensures optimal plant health and vigor.

Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer Specification

AppearanceBlack FlakeBlack PowderBlack GranuleBlack BallBlack Cylinder
Water solubility100%100%100%85%85%
Potassium (K2O dry basis)10%min10%min10%min10%min6-8%min
Humic Acid (dry basis)65%min65%min65%min50%-60%min50%min
AppearanceBlack Liquid
Total Humic acid14%
Fulvic Acid3%
SmellMild odor

Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer Manufacturing Process

HUMICO super potassium humate fertilizer production process begins with the extraction of humic acid from natural sources like leonardite or lignite. This raw humic acid is then treated with alkaline solutions, typically potassium hydroxide, to form water-soluble potassium salts.

The resulting mixture undergoes filtration to remove impurities and is then dried to obtain the desired form, flakes, powder, granules, or liquid. Throughout the production process, quality checks are implemented to ensure the highest purity and efficacy of the final product.

HUMICO as a leading manufacturer, employs advanced techniques and stringent standards to ensure the consistent quality of its potassium humate products.

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Water Soluble Potassium Humate Fertilizer

HUMICO super potassium humate fertilizer is renowned for its excellent solubility in water. Specifically, potassium humate 100%, potassium humate 98% and potassium humate 95% are often referred to as “super potassium humate” due to their high purity and solubility.

When introduced to aqueous solutions, it rapidly dissolves, making its beneficial components readily available for plant uptake. The fast water soluble potassium humate ensures efficient nutrient delivery and optimal soil conditioning, making potassium humate a preferred choice for enhancing soil fertility and plant health.


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Package of HUMICO Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer

20KGS, 25KGS/Kraft Paper Bag,
or customized packing is available.


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FAQ of HUMICO Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer

FAQ of HUMICO Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer
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1. How do you maintain quality control? We place immense value on the quality of our products. To ensure this, our quality control team is deeply involved at every stage of the production process. Each batch of our product undergoes rigorous testing, including HPLC, before dispatch. Additionally, pre-shipment inspections by SGS or PONY are conducted to guarantee the quality of our products. 2. Do you offer samples? Absolutely, we are happy to provide samples upon request. Once we receive your inquiry, we will promptly arrange to send samples to you. 3. What are the payment terms? Typically, our payment terms are 30% TT in advance, with the remaining 70% TT against the BL copy. We also accept LC at sight. 4. How can I track my shipment after payment? Rest assured, we will keep you updated on your shipment. Details including packing, tracking number, loading photos, and shipping documents will be sent to your email promptly. 5. What is your minimum order quantity (MOQ)? Our standard MOQ is 1 kilogram. 6. Can you customize our bags or print our logo on them? Absolutely, we welcome and accept OEM requests! 7. How long does delivery take? Our general delivery timeframe is 7-10 days, assuming we have the product in stock. If not, it may take between 10-15 days to arrange shipping. 8. Are you trading company or manufacturer? We are manufacturer. Our manufacturing facility is nestled in the scenic landscapes of the Ningxia Autonomous Region. With an annual production capacity of 100,000 tons, we cordially invite you to visit our factory.

Uses of Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer for Plants

USE of Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer In Agriculture For Plants
USES of Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer In Agriculture For Plants

Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer is widely used for enhancing plant growth and soil health due to its rich content of humic substances. Here are its primary uses:

Soil Conditioner: Improves soil structure, increasing water retention and aeration, which benefits root development and microbial activity.
Nutrient Uptake Enhancer: Facilitates the uptake of nutrients by plants, thanks to its chelating properties, making minerals more available to plant roots.
Growth Stimulant: Contains stimulates plant growth, leading to enhanced vigor and yield.
Drought Resistance: Helps plants retain water, making them more resilient during dry conditions.
Fertilizer Efficiency: Boosts the effectiveness of other fertilizers by preventing nutrients from leaching away, ensuring they are used efficiently by plants.
Stress Tolerance: Increases plants’ tolerance to stress, including salinity and extreme temperatures, by enhancing their overall health.
Enhances Photosynthesis: Promotes chlorophyll production, leading to better photosynthesis and plant energy.
Seed Germination: Improves seed germination rates and supports the early stages of plant growth.
Organic Farming: Suitable for organic agriculture as it is derived from natural sources and supports sustainable farming practices.
Pest and Disease Resistance: Strengthens the plant’s natural defense mechanisms against pests and diseases.

Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer is a versatile product that supports a wide range of benefits for plants and soil, making it a valuable addition to any agricultural or horticultural practice.

CropGrowth StageDosage Ratio (Potassium Humate)
RiceSeedling Stage300-500g/ Ha
Pre-gestation Stage300-500g/ Ha
Seed Maintenance Stage300-500g/ Ha
SweetcornGrowth Stage300-500g/ Ha
Pod Maintenance Stage300-500g/ Ha
PineappleGrowth Stage300-500g/ Ha
Fruit Bearing Stage400-600g/ Ha
Longan/ Lychee/Mango/ Durian/ Mangosteen/ Rambutan/ GrapesGrowth Stage300-500g/ Ha
Pre-flowering Stage300-500g/ Ha
Fruit Bearing Stage400-600g/ Ha
Vegetables (Kale, Cucumbers, Long beans, Green peas, Eggplant)All Stages300-500g/ Ha
Cabbage/ Cauliflower/ Turnip/ BroccoliAll Stages300-500g/ Ha
Mulberry Leaves/ Tea LeavesAll Stages300-500g/ Ha
SugarcaneAll Stages300-500g/ Ha
Chili/PepperGrowth Phase300-500g/ Ha
Pre-flowering Stage300-500g/ Ha
Fruit Bearing Stage400-600g/ Ha
CassavaGrowth Stage300-500g/ Ha
Bulb Maintenance Stage300-500g/ Ha
RubberGrowth Stage300-500g/ Ha
Orange/ Lemon/ GrapefruitGrowth Stage300-500g/ Ha
Pre-flowering Stage300-500g/ Ha
Fruit Bearing Stage400-600g/ Ha
AsparagusAll Stages300-500g/ Ha
PalmGrowth Stage300-500g/ Ha
Enduring Period300-500g/ Ha

Benefits of Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer In Agriculture

BENEFITS of Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer In Agriculture
BENEFIT of Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer In Agriculture

HUMICO super Potassium Humate is beneficial for both the soil and plants. Its complex composition positively affects soil quality and plant health in several ways:

Benefits for Soil(K humate soil conditioner):
Soil Structure: It improves soil structure, leading to better aeration, which is crucial for root development and the activity of soil microorganisms.
Water Retention: Enhances the soil’s ability to retain water, thus reducing the need for frequent irrigation and aiding plants during periods of drought.
Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC): Increases the soil’s cation exchange capacity, which improves the soil’s ability to hold onto essential nutrients and make them available to plants.
pH Buffering: It can help to buffer the pH of soils, bringing overly acidic or alkaline soils closer to the neutral range preferred by most plants.
Detoxification: Helps to detoxify soils by binding pollutants such as heavy metals, making them less available to plants and reducing their uptake.
Microbial Activity: Encourages the growth and activity of beneficial microorganisms that can improve soil fertility and help control soil-borne pathogens.
Organic Matter: Contributes to the overall organic matter content of the soil, which is fundamental for soil fertility.
Soil Erosion Reduction: By enhancing the soil structure, it helps in reducing soil erosion, particularly in sandy and unstable soils.

Benefits for Plants (Potassium humate for plants):
Nutrient Uptake: Facilitates the uptake of nutrients by chelating them, which makes them more soluble and easier for plants to absorb.
Root Growth: Stimulates root growth, which enables plants to access more nutrients and water from the soil.
Growth and Yield: Can stimulate plant growth, which can result in increased yields of crops, both in quantity and quality.
Photosynthesis Efficiency: Improves photosynthetic efficiency due to the increased potassium content, which is vital for the process of photosynthesis.
Stress Resistance: Enhances the plants’ ability to withstand various stresses, such as drought, salinity, and extreme temperatures.
Plant Vitality: Increases plant vitality, which can lead to improved overall health and longevity.
Seed Germination: Can improve seed germination rates and vigor of seedlings, giving plants a better start.
Pesticide Efficiency: When used in conjunction with pesticides, it can improve their efficacy by allowing better adherence to plant leaves and may reduce the quantity required.
Enhanced Metabolism: Super potassium humate can enhance plant metabolism, leading to better growth and crop performance.

Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer Price

The price of potassium humate per ton can vary significantly depending on factors such as purity, formulation (flake, liquid, powder, granule, ball, cylinder), brand, regional market conditions, quantity purchased, and the supplier’s pricing strategy.

Organic certification can also affect the price if the potassium humate is being used for organic farming.

Potassium Humate Price per kg: Prices can range from a couple of dollars to over ten dollars per kilogram.

Potassium Humate Price per ton: Buying in bulk typically reduces the price significantly. Prices can range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars per ton. Large agricultural operations often opt for bulk purchases to reduce costs.

Potassium Humate 25 kg Price: For a 25 kg bag, the price might range from $50 to $300, depending on the product’s quality and the supplier.


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Super Potassium Humate Manufacturer in China

Super Potassium Humate Manufacturer in China

HUMICO is a professional potassium humate supplier in China for over 10 years. As a leading potassium humate manufacturer, we have rigorous quality control processes, ensuring that the potassium humate products meet both domestic and international standards.

And we are familiar with the regulatory requirements of various markets, ensuring that their products are compliant with international standards for organic farming.

HUMICO have extensive experience in exporting products globally, understanding the logistics, customs regulations, and documentation required for smooth international transactions.


Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer HS Code

The HS (Harmonized System) code for potassium humate is typically classified under a code that represents organic fertilizers since it is derived from humic substances. However, the exact HS code can vary by country and the specific product formulation.

A general potassium humate HS code could be: 3105909000: for “Other chemical products and preparations of the chemical or allied industries (including those consisting of mixtures of natural products), not elsewhere specified or included.”

However, for the most accurate and up-to-date information, you should consult the latest customs tariff schedules for the specific country of import or export, or contact a customs broker. This is because the HS code can be very specific and may change over time or have different interpretations based on the country’s customs regulations.

In some countries, potassium humate might not have a dedicated HS code and may be classified under a broader category of humic acid salts or fertilizers. Always make sure to provide detailed product information to customs to ensure proper classification and avoid issues with importation.

Potassium humate cas No. is 68514-28-3.
Potassium humate chemical formula is C9H8K2O4.


Ultimate FAQ Guide to Super Potassium Humate Fertilizer

Potassium humate is an organic compound often used as a soil conditioner and fertilizer in agriculture. It’s derived from humic acids, which are decomposed organic matter, typically from leonardite. This substance is known for its ability to improve soil properties, enhance nutrient uptake by plants, and stimulate plant growth. It is soluble in water, making it easy to apply, and is valued for its eco-friendly benefits and support of sustainable farming practices.

Potassium humate is organic. It is derived from natural, carbon-containing substances found in soil, such as humic acid. In the context of agricultural use, it is generally accepted as an organic soil amendment, compatible with organic farming practices due to its natural origin and environmentally friendly profile.

Potassium humate and humic acid are closely related substances commonly used in agriculture to improve soil fertility and plant growth, but they differ in their chemical composition and solubility:
Humic Acid:
Humic acid is a large molecule made up of many different organic acids formed during the decay of organic matter.
It is not very soluble in water, especially at lower pH levels.
Humic acid functions mainly as a soil conditioner, improving soil structure, water retention, and soil cation exchange capacity (CEC).
It is a complex mixture of many different acids containing phenolate and carboxylate groups.
Potassium Humate:
Potassium humate is the potassium salt form of humic acid. It is created when humic acid is neutralized with potassium hydroxide.
It is much more soluble in water compared to humic acid, which makes it easier to apply in various agricultural settings, such as through irrigation systems or as a foliar spray.
Potassium humate retains all the beneficial properties of humic acid, but its solubility allows it to act more quickly and be absorbed more readily by plants.
It is often used as a fertilizer enhancer, improving nutrient uptake and stimulating plant growth.
In essence, the main difference lies in their chemical form and water solubility, which influences how they are used and their efficacy in agricultural applications. Potassium humate is generally preferred when a water-soluble application is required.

The choice between potassium humate and humic acid depends on the specific needs of the soil, the plants being cultivated, and the method of application. Both substances have their benefits, but their different properties make them suitable for different scenarios:
Potassium Humate:
Solubility: It is highly soluble in water, which makes it suitable for use in liquid form, including foliar sprays and irrigation systems.
Quick Action: Due to its solubility, it can quickly affect the soil and plants, making it ideal when immediate results are desired.
Ease of Use: It is easier to handle and apply in a controlled manner because it can be mixed with water and applied through existing watering systems.
Nutrient Availability: Its chelating effect can enhance the availability and uptake of nutrients, making it a better choice when trying to correct nutrient deficiencies quickly.
Humic Acid:
Soil Conditioning: It is best used for improving soil structure and increasing organic matter content in the soil over time.
Long-term Benefits: The effects of humic acid are more gradual and long-lasting, which is beneficial for maintaining soil health over an extended period.
Lower Solubility: While less convenient to apply because of its lower solubility, it can be better for certain soil types that require more sustained organic matter enrichment.
Cost-Effectiveness: Humic acid is often less expensive than its potassium salt counterpart, which might be a consideration for larger applications or when budget constraints are present.
Which to Choose?
If you need a quick and easily applicable soil amendment to improve nutrient uptake and stimulate plant growth, potassium humate is likely the better choice.
If your goal is to enhance soil structure, increase organic matter, and you are looking for a long-term improvement in soil health, humic acid may be more beneficial.
It’s important to note that both products should be used as part of a comprehensive soil management strategy. Soil tests and plant diagnostics are usually recommended to determine the specific needs of your crops, which can then inform your choice between humic acid and potassium humate. Additionally, consider the environmental conditions, type of crops, and your overall farming practices when making a decision.

Potassium humate is primarily used as a soil conditioner and fertilizer enhancer in agriculture. Its applications include:
Enhancing Nutrient Uptake: It helps to chelate nutrients, making them more available for plant uptake and thus improving the efficiency of fertilizers.
Improving Soil Structure: It can promote the formation of a favorable soil structure, which improves water retention, aeration, and the growth environment for plant roots.
Stimulating Plant Growth: As a natural plant growth stimulant, it can enhance root development, increase yields, and improve the quality of the crops.
Increasing Microbial Activity: By fostering a more conducive environment for microbial life in the soil, potassium humate can enhance the decomposition of organic matter and nutrient cycling.
Reducing Stress in Plants: It can help plants better withstand various stresses, such as drought, salinity, and extreme temperatures, by enhancing their overall vigor and resilience.
Adjusting Soil pH: It has a buffering effect on the soil pH, helping to stabilize it within a range that is optimal for plant growth.
Detoxifying Soil: Potassium humate can bind with heavy metals and other potential toxins, reducing their bioavailability and mitigating their negative effects on plants.
Promoting Seed Germination: When used as a seed treatment, it can enhance seed germination and support the early stages of seedling growth.
Water Quality Improvement: When used in irrigation, it can help improve water penetration and reduce water hardness, enhancing its effectiveness for plant growth.
Enhancing Pesticide Efficacy: It can be used as an additive to increase the effectiveness and adherence of pesticides on plant surfaces.
Potassium humate is versatile and can be applied directly to the soil, used in foliar sprays, or added to irrigation systems, making it a valuable tool for sustainable farming and horticulture practices.

Potassium humate has several positive effects on plants and soil health due to its unique properties as a rich source of humic substances. Here’s how it can affect plant growth and soil condition:
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Nutrient Uptake: Potassium humate improves the availability and uptake of nutrients from the soil, thanks to its chelating effect, which binds nutrients in a form that’s easier for plants to absorb.
Root Development: It encourages larger and healthier root systems, which allows plants to access more nutrients and water, supporting better overall growth.
Growth Stimulation: As a natural biostimulant, it can enhance plant metabolism, leading to increased vegetative growth and higher yields.
Disease and Stress Resistance: Plants treated with potassium humate often exhibit increased resistance to stressors such as drought, salinity, and temperature extremes. They may also have some increased resilience against certain plant diseases.
Improved Seed Germination: It can boost the germination rate of seeds and contribute to more vigorous early growth of seedlings.
Enhanced Photosynthesis: With improved nutrient uptake, particularly of potassium, plants can show more efficient photosynthesis, which is essential for growth and development.

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Soil Structure: Potassium humate contributes to the formation of a more favorable soil structure, improving aeration and moisture retention.
Water Retention: The humate molecules help retain water in the soil, which can be particularly beneficial in sandy soils or during dry conditions.
Microbial Activity: It supports the growth and activity of beneficial soil microorganisms, which are essential for nutrient cycling and organic matter decomposition.
pH Buffering: It can help stabilize soil pH levels, making for a more conducive growing environment for a variety of plants.
Reduced Leaching: By binding nutrients, potassium humate reduces the leaching of fertilizers, making soil fertilization more efficient and environmentally friendly.
Detoxification: It can help detoxify various pollutants in the soil, including heavy metals, by binding them and reducing their availability to plants.
The net effect of these benefits is typically stronger, healthier plants and more productive soils. However, the effectiveness of potassium humate can depend on several factors, including the existing soil conditions, the type of crops being grown, and the specific formulation and application rate of the potassium humate product used. As with any agricultural input, it’s best to use potassium humate as part of a balanced approach to soil and plant management.

Potassium humate is derived from humic substances, which are complex organic materials formed during the decomposition of plant and animal residues. The primary ingredients or components of potassium humate include:
Humic Acids: The core component of potassium humate is humic acid, which is a mixture of several different acids containing phenolic and carboxylic functional groups.
Potassium Ions: These are added to neutralize the humic acids, converting them into their potassium salt form, which is more soluble in water.
Fulvic Acids: Although not a primary ingredient, fulvic acids are often present in humic substances and are a smaller, more bioactive component of humic matter that can also chelate nutrients and be readily absorbed by plants.
Trace Minerals: Humic substances naturally contain a variety of trace minerals and elements that are beneficial to plants.
Other Organic Matter: Various other organic compounds resulting from the decay of organic matter may be present in small amounts, contributing to the overall action of potassium humate in the soil.
In commercial potassium humate products, additional ingredients might include:
Inert Carriers: For solid formulations, inert carriers may be used to help distribute the active potassium humate evenly.
Wetting Agents or Adjuvants: These may be added to liquid formulations to enhance solubility and ease of application.
Additional Nutrients: Some formulations might include added nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, or micronutrients to enhance the fertilizing effect of the product.
Manufacturers may also include other proprietary additives designed to enhance the product’s performance or to stabilize the formulation. However, the specific composition of commercial potassium humate products can vary by manufacturer, and for detailed information about a particular product’s ingredients, you should consult the material safety data sheet (MSDS) or product label provided by the supplier.

Potassium humate is known for its good solubility in water compared to other humic substances, such as humic acid. To dissolve potassium humate effectively, follow these general steps:

Measure the Correct Amount: Determine the appropriate amount of potassium humate for your needs based on the manufacturer’s recommendations and the application rate for your specific situation, such as the type of plants and the condition of the soil.

Use Warm Water: Although potassium humate is water-soluble, using warm water can enhance its dissolution. However, the water should not be too hot, as extremely high temperatures could potentially degrade some of the beneficial organic compounds.

Gradual Addition: Add the potassium humate to water gradually while stirring. Do not dump it in all at once, as this can cause clumping and reduce the rate of dissolution.

Stirring: Stir the solution vigorously to help the granules or powder dissolve. Mechanical agitation, like using a pump or a stirrer, can be very effective.

Wait for Full Dissolution: Give the potassium humate sufficient time to fully dissolve in the water. This can take from several minutes to a few hours depending on the concentration and the granule size.

Check the Solution: Once the potassium humate appears to be dissolved, check the solution for any undissolved particles. If any are present, continue to stir or allow more time for the solution to sit.

Filter if Necessary: In some cases, especially for fine application equipment, you may need to filter the solution to remove any undissolved particles that could clog spray nozzles or drip lines.

Dilute as Needed: Depending on its intended use (e.g., foliar application, soil drench, or fertigation), you may need to further dilute the potassium humate solution with more water to reach the desired concentration.

Apply Promptly: Once dissolved, it is generally best to use the solution promptly to take advantage of its full benefits.

Remember to always wear appropriate protective gear when handling chemicals and to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully. Additionally, compatibility with other products should be considered if you plan to mix the dissolved potassium humate with other fertilizers or pesticides in a tank mix.

Potassium humate is generally alkaline, and its pH can vary depending on the concentration of the solution and the specific product formulation. When dissolved in water, the pH of a potassium humate solution typically ranges from 9 to 11.

The alkaline nature of potassium humate solutions is due to the presence of potassium ions, which are basic, and the organic anionic humate component, which can increase the pH of the solution. The exact pH can be influenced by factors such as:
The source of the humic acids.
The method used to extract and purify the humic acids.
The presence of any additional additives or impurities in the product.

If the pH level of the potassium humate solution is a concern, particularly in hydroponic systems or when making foliar applications, it’s essential to measure the pH after the product has been diluted to the desired concentration and adjust it if necessary. In soil applications, the buffering capacity of the soil often mitigates the impact of the alkalinity of potassium humate solutions.

Potassium humate is derived from humic acid and is essentially the potassium salt form of humic acid. The percentage of humic acid in potassium humate can vary widely depending on the product and the manufacturing process.

Commercial potassium humate products can have a wide range of humic acid content, often anywhere from 40% to 80% or more. This percentage refers to the amount of humic substances in the product, which includes both humic and fulvic acids, with the potassium added to make it soluble and more active as a soil amendment.

To find out the exact percentage of humic acid in a particular brand or batch of potassium humate, you would need to look at the manufacturer’s specifications or the product label. High-quality potassium humate typically has a higher percentage of humic substances and will provide more of the beneficial effects associated with humic acids.

Yes, potassium humate is considered beneficial for plants. It offers a range of advantages when used as part of a soil fertility and plant nutrition program. Here are some of the key benefits of potassium humate for plants:
Nutrient Uptake: It enhances the uptake of nutrients from the soil, due to its chelating effect on minerals, making them more available to plant roots.
Root Growth: By stimulating root growth, potassium humate helps plants to explore a greater volume of soil and access more water and nutrients.
Soil Structure: It improves soil structure, which results in better water retention, aeration, and root penetration.
Microbial Activity: Potassium humate can increase the activity and diversity of soil microorganisms, which play a crucial role in nutrient cycling and soil health.
Stress Tolerance: It can provide plants with increased resistance to stress, such as drought or saline conditions, by enhancing the overall resilience of the plants.
Plant Vigor: It has been shown to stimulate plant metabolism, leading to enhanced growth and higher yields.
pH Buffering: Potassium humate can help to buffer soil pH, which is beneficial for plants that thrive in specific pH ranges.
Seed Germination: Using potassium humate can improve seed germination rates and support the early stages of plant development.
Pesticide Interaction: It can improve the efficacy of pesticides when used in conjunction and reduce the amount needed.
By using potassium humate, plants can generally become healthier and more productive. However, as with all soil amendments, it’s important to apply it according to the recommendations and based on the specific needs of the plants and the soil conditions to avoid over-application and ensure that the benefits are realized.

Potassium humate fertilizer is used for a variety of purposes in agriculture and horticulture, including:

Soil Conditioning: It improves soil structure, increases water retention, and enhances the soil’s cation exchange capacity, which improves the soil’s ability to hold nutrients.

Nutrient Uptake: It acts as a chelating agent, helping plants absorb nutrients more efficiently. This is particularly beneficial for increasing the uptake of potassium and other micronutrients.

Plant Growth: It stimulates root development and growth, leading to stronger plants with a greater ability to absorb nutrients and water.

Yield Improvement: By improving plant health and nutrient availability, potassium humate can contribute to increased agricultural yields.

Seed Germination: It can be used to treat seeds before planting to enhance germination rates and seedling vigor.

Stress Resistance: It helps plants to withstand stress such as drought, salinity, and extreme temperatures.

Reducing Fertilizer Runoff: It can help to reduce the leaching of nitrogen and other nutrients, which is beneficial for the environment and reduces the need for additional fertilization.

Enhancing Soil Microbial Activity: It promotes the growth of beneficial microorganisms in the soil, which can improve soil health and nutrient cycling.

Potassium humate fertilizer is valued for its multifunctional benefits that support sustainable and efficient agricultural practices.

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