Introducing New Humic Conversations Video Series

We are excited to introduce our new educational project, the Humic Conversations Video Series. As the name suggests, each episode of the series will focus on humic substances. Two leading researchers from our Humic Research Lab. Dr. Rich Lamar and Dr. Hiarhi Monda will share their expertise with the viewers. In Episode 1 of this

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Research Report: Biostimulant Effect of Humic Acids on Tomato Plants Under Nutritional Stress

In a research study, originally published in Frontiers in Plant Science, May 2021, Vol. 12:660224, the biostimulant properties of humic acid (HA) were tested on Micro Tom tomato plants under increasing nutritional stress. The results confirmed the positive role humic acids play in enhancing nutrient efficiency uptake in plants. A team of scientists from the

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Why Are Humic Substances Called Acids?

By Richard Lamar, PhD Senior Director of Humic Research Bio Huma Netics, Inc. We are accustomed to seeing humic substances (humic and fulvic) in dry/granular form, and we tend to think of acids as liquids. So why are humic and fulvic substances called acids? All substances, solid AND liquid, have a chemical makeup. An acid

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Video: Earth Day, 2022

On April 22, let’s celebrate by doing something good for Planet Earth. There are enormous environmental challenges ahead, but also great opportunities.

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What Differentiates Humic and Fulvic Acids?

By Richard Lamar, PhD Director of Humic Research Bio Huma Netics, Inc. For centuries, humic acids (HA) were thought to be composed of much larger molecules than those found in fulvic acids (FA). However, the application of Fourier-transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (FT-ICR MS), which separates molecules on the basis of molecular weight, demonstrates

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JoVE Video Journal Publication: Quantification of Humic and Fulvic Acids

BHN Humic Research Lab Publishes “Quantification of Humic and Fulvic Acids” methodology video in JoVE Journal.

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