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“Humic acids are the connecting link in the evolution of the living and the lifeless matter”

D. ORLOV (Professor, Doctor in Biological Sciences, award-winning MSU Professor)

Humilat – a substance extracted from lowland peat by oxidating it with a mixture of gases and applying cavitation-gravitation treatment.
Thanks to the natural technology approach applied in its manufacturing, the natural biologically active substances are preserved and concentrated in high titre, then stabilized with negatively charged humic acid to which citric acid is added as a stabilizing and chelating agent along with two other acids. Humilat contains 20 amino acids, 11 vitamins as well as nearly the whole range of the well-known micro and macro-elements.

High nitrogen (more than 500 mg/l), phosphorus (more than 200 mg/l) and potassium (more than 3000 mg/l) concentration ensures that the plant receives the necessary macro-element complex during sprouting of the seed material and over the entire vegetative period. The complex from 28 micro-elements provides the plant with magnesium, boron, zinc and other necessary substances.

Humilat utilization

increases plant productivity by 15-40% and shortens the maturity period by 10-12 days
increases the mineral substance and microelement assimilation rate of plants reducing their application rate by 30-55%
enhances development of strong root system
reduces the consumption of pesticides, herbicides and mineral fertilizers in cultivation of agricultural crops
increases plant resistance to diseases and unfavourable environmental factors
in complex with micro-elements increases drought tolerance and frost resistance in plants
increases the contents of vitamins, sugars and other nutrients in final production
intensifies metabolic processes in plant cells, lowering nitrate levels by 2 times
stimulates the development of all microorganisms in soil enhancing intensive recovery/formation of humus in soil, mould and compost
improves soil structure and fertility, lowers acidity, participates in control of practically all of more important properties
binds technogenic pollutants (mercury, lead compounds, pesticides, radionuclides and others) and inhibits their penetration into plants from soil thus ensuring ecologic purity of the production
for recultivation of territories harmed by technogenic human actions
serves as a revitalizing additive to animal food in livestock breeding and poultry farming
for speeding up the decomposition of manure in livestock breeding and poultry farming with the purpose to extract effective, concentrated and sustainable, complex organic and mineral fertilizing agent

Humilat biosphere functions



The ability of humilat humic substances to accumulate long-term reserves of all nutrients, carbohydrates, amino acids in various environments



Formation of complex organomineral compounds with metals and microelements that actively migrate to plants


Humilat humic substances form the color of the soil and regulate mineral nutrition, cation exchange, buffering and redox processes in the soil


By sorption of toxic substances and radionuclides humic substances humilat prevents their entry into plants

The combination of all these functions provides increased yields and the required quality of agricultural products

Humilat characteristics

Macro- and micro-elements

1Humic acid78%Dry matter
3Organics4,67%Dry matter
4Magnesium871 mg/kgComponent of chlorophyll. Fermentation activator. Its deficiency results in development of leaf chlorosis.
5Zinc3 mg/kgParticipates in protein and carbohydrate synthesis.
6Boron5,2 mg/kgGrowth and development of reproductive organs, control of metabolism
7Molybdenum0,4 mg/kgMajor importance in nitrogen exchange processes.
8Copper1 mg/kgCell respiration, protein and carbon exchange activator, immune system booster.
9Sodium575 mg/kgParticipates in metabolic processes, sodium-potassium pump control, cell turgor.
10Manganese15 mg/kgManganese in plants primarily activates the action of
various enzymes (or included in their composition) are
important in the oxidation - reduction processes,
photosynthesis, respiration, etc.
11Calcium5010 mg/kgComponent of fruit and cell walls.
12Potassium3156 mg/kgImproves moisture retention, increases drought resistance.
13Iron652 mg/kgParticipates in chlorophyll synthesis and cell respiration processes.
14Nitrogen499 mg/kgRegulates the growth of vegetative mass in plants, impact on productivity level.
15Sulphur1860 mg/kgComponent of ferments.
16Phosphorus213 mg/kgActivates rooting, increases frost resistance.
17Silicon256 mg/kgComponent of fruit and protective shell of cells.
18Chrome2 mg/kgInhibitor of fermentative processes.
19Selenium2 mg/kgComponent of plant cell structural elements.
20Aluminium371 mg/kgNecessary for qualitative development of plant disease resistance.
21Titanium12 mg/kgControls development of fermentative processes.
22Iodine6 mg/kgActivator of immune processes.
23Fluorine2 mg/kgBiologic molecule oxidizer.

Amino acids

1Alanine150 mg/lParticipates in protein synthesis.
2Aspartic acid170 mg/lProtects and enhances metabolic process.
3Arginine100 mg/lParticipates in biomolecule division processes.
4Valine160 mg/lSpeeds up fruit ripening.
5Glycine190 mg/lFeeding enhancer.
6Leucine150 mg/lDark phase activator in photosynthesis.
7Tyrosine230 mg/lEnhancer of growth and development of plant root absorption area.
8Serine160 mg/lParticipates in metabolic processes.
9Glutamic acid210 mg/lCell wall protection.
10Phenylalanine310 mg/lComponent of reserve substances.
11Lysine140 mg/lSprouting booster of seed material.
12Histidine200 mg/lEffect on plant is unknown.
13Cysteine60 mg/lParticipates in transcription.
14Proline200 mg/lControls energy exchange.
15Hydroxyproline500 mg/lParticipates in protein synthesis.
16Tryptophan100 mg/lParticipates in cell wall synthesis.
17Isoleucine350 mg/lImproves catalytic activity of few ferments.
18Methionine240 mg/lReserve substance in fruits.
19Threonine60 mg/lActivator of sugar synthesis.
20Ornithine500 mg/lEffect on plant is unknown.

humilat grow

soil and seed treatment, root irrigation and plant spraying

humilat compo

accelerated processing of compost, manure and bird droppings

humilat animal

health improvement supplement to animal and bird food