Humic Growth Solutions is an American manufacturing company of Humic Acid, Fulvic Acid and other biostimulant products. Our process begins with the highest quality raw material humates and other food grade ingredients in our liquid extractions. The extracted liquid concentrates become "activated" and readily available in all soil types. Every Humic and Fulvic Acid product is transferred through our proprietary Micro-Quad™ filtration process, which ensures the purest Humic and Fulvic acid products by filtering out all of the insoluble material remaining after the extraction is complete. These innovations and subsequent technologies have enabled our company to offer purest grade Humic and Fulvic biostimulant products available in the market at competitive pricing worldwide. Humic Growth Solution's business model from the start has been to produce the highest quality Humic and Fulvic acid products on a volume scale for global distribution, with the primary goal being to provide real results and value to our distributors, wholesalers, retailers and end users.
Humic Growth Solution's corporate headquarters is located in north Jacksonville, Florida. This location serves as our corporate office and primary distribution point for all dry soluble powder and granule products. The primary operations at this facility include our patent pending Humi[K] Granulation Process, specialty product dry blending, bulk to retail size packaging of all Diamond Grow™ water soluble products, and finished product warehousing. Ideally positioned approximately 8 miles from Jacksonville Port Authority, this location supports our international shipping demands and diminishes the risk of cargo damage from long over-the-road container transport. This facility is also convenient for visitors with only a short 10 minute drive from Jacksonville International Airport.
Badger Park, FL
Brooks, Alberta CA
Our Goal: Reduce global synthetic nitrogen fertilizer dependency.
One of the main reasons for the differences in soil carbon between organic and conventional systems is that synthetic nitrogen fertilizers degrade soil carbon. Research shows a direct link between the application of synthetic nitrogenous fertilizers and decline in soil carbon.
Scientists from the University of Illinois analyzed the results of a 50-year agricultural trial and found that synthetic nitrogen fertilizer resulted in all the carbon residues from the crop disappearing as well as an average loss of around 10,000 kg of carbon per hectare per year. This is around 36,700 kg of CO2 per hectare on top of the many thousands of kilograms of crop residue that is converted into CO2 every year. Researchers found that the higher the application of synthetic nitrogen fertilizer the greater the amount of soil carbon lost as CO2. This is one of the major reasons why most conventional agricultural systems have a decline in soil carbon while most organic systems increase soil carbon. Essentially, soils lost their " Stable" humic because of conventional agricultural practices. Which negatively impacted soils physical, chemical & biological functionalities.