Natural humic acids contain more than 60 macros and trace elements necessary for the vital activity of plant organisms. The use of leonardite reduces the consumption of artificial and natural resources


The use of leonardite allows you to increase yields up to 40% depending on crops and soils, also loss of crop from lack or excess moisture, diseases and pests, undesirable action of pesticides


Leonardit is effective even in small quantities, its application does not require the change of existing agrotechnologies, combine with any drugs. Depending on the soil, only 200-500 kg per hectare is required


We offer a convenient form of packing for the Buyer (in bulk, in big bags, in bags of 25-50 kg), as well as the necessary fractionality (0-4; 0-8; 4-10; 10-40; 40-100 mm) depending on the requirements of the Buyer

"The earth is the only source of wealth, and only agriculture multiplies it"

Francois Quesnay - French economist (1694 - 1774)


The basis of soil fertility is humus, in which humic acids and their soluble humates are biologically active. Natural sources of humic acids in nature are sapropel and leonardite.

Leonardite is the final product of the humification process. Organic fertilizers people used from the wood. In the second half of the 20th century, chemical fertilizers-potassium, phosphoric, nitric, calcareous, began to be widely used, because of apparent efficiency and the ability to close almost all the main tasks in agriculture.

Gradually came the understanding that the chemical side has negative sides too.

Both in our country and abroad studies have been carried out showing that humic acids are more effective than any fertilizer, both organic and mineral. Nowadays, it is generally accepted that humic substances are a promising and effective direction in agricultural technology.

"A peasant is a person who does not go to work in the morning, because he wakes up at work"

E. Mackenzie from the book "14000 phrases"



In comparison with other organic products, Leonardite has a high content of humic acids, because it is the final product of the humification process, which lasts about 70 million years.

For comparison, peat is not the final product of this process, since the period of its formation lasts only a few thousand years. The difference between Leonardit and other sources of humic acids is that Leonardite is extremely biologically active due to its molecular structure. This biological activity is approximately five times stronger than in other humus substances. So, one kilogram of Leonardite contains 5 times more humic acids than other natural sources. From the point of view of the content of humic acids, one liter of leonardite is equivalent to 7-8 tons of organic fertilizers. In addition, one kilogram of leonardite is equivalent to about 30 tons of humus.


Humic acids form chelates with nutrient elements of the soil, especially with iron, turning them into a form suitable for assimilation by plants, and thus optimizing the supply of nutrients in the soil. An increase in yields of up to 70% while reducing fertilizer and pesticide consumption by 30%, as well as accelerating growth and improving the health of grass, ornamental plants, agricultural crops and forests can be achieved by applying high-grade humic acids to the soil in a rusty manner. In addition, the soil's ability to moisture retention is significantly increased, which means a significant reduction in water costs.

The best economic results can be obtained on light and sandy soils with a low content of humus, as well as on reclaimed lands. The various positive effects of humic acids are especially visible on such soils. Such ruzatets are observed on almost all soils in dry and hot regions. Because of the high degree of mineralization of organic substances, the supply of such soils with humic acids, which have a stabilizing effect, is an indispensable method of maintaining and improving the fertility of lands.

Modern scientific research shows that the fertility of soils is largely determined by the level of humic acids in them. The high ability of the latter to cation exchange, the presence of oxygen, as well as water retention capacity above the average - all this demonstrates the value of humic acids as a means of improving soil fertility and accelerating plant growth. The most important property of humic acids is their ability to bind the ions of insoluble metals, their oxides and hydroxides and subsequently slow and continuous release as necessary for plant nutrition. Due to these properties, humic acids have three types of effects: physical, chemical and biological.


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