By: Kim C. Gabuya
By: Kim C. Gabuya
Humus are complex natural organic compounds that are formed in soils
from plant residues, by a process of "humification". ...
Soil Humus
HUMUS
Soil Humus Attributes
•Soil Structure
•Water Holding Capacity
•Nutrient Storage
•Chelating Properties
•Micro-Organis...
SLAKE TEST
Humus (Holding Structure)Humus (Water Drain Test)
Soil Humus
N
N
P
K
O2
H2
O
Organic Matter
In short, Humus is
soil life.
What has led to the
destruction of this
soil life?
The Green Revolution
Refers to a series of research, development, and technology transfer initiatives,
occurring between t...
In 1960, the Government of the Republic of the Philippines with Ford and
Rockefeller Foundations established IRRI (Interna...
The After Shock
The Effect of Synthetic Fertilizer
•Soil acidification
•Trace mineral depletion
•Impacts on micro organism (mycorrhiza)
•C...
N
N
N
N
Nutrients
Leaching
Volatilization
Around 50% are wasted due to volatilization at leaching
N N
Volatilization and L...
1960 2035
The Answer
Feed The Soil..
Develop
HUMUS
Organic Fertilizers
Natural
Farming
Techniques
Compost
Vermicast
But what is the
fastest way to
develop
HUMUS?
SUPER COMPOST
HUMATES
a 400,000,000 year old
KING HUMUS PLUS (HUMATES)
Humates (also known as Leonardite or Oxidized lignite)
Humates are highly compressed, natural or...
What is Leonardite?
Formation of this highly oxidized
lignite was called leonardite after the
geologist, Dr. Leonard, who ...
Millions of years ago large bodies of water existed where huge
quantities or organic matter were deposited and began to sl...
Lignite and Coal Formation
The Formation of Coal
Lignite and Coal Formation
Lignite and Coal Formation
Lignite and Coal Deposits
Lignite and Coal Deposits
Lignite and Coal Deposits
Lignite and Coal Deposits
Process
Process
Process
KING HUMUS PLUS BENEFITS
•Stimulate beneficial microbial activity
•Improved soil structure
•Promotes humus formation
•Diff...
King Humus Plus
Plant Growth Stimulant and Soil Conditioner
King Humus Plus Presentation by Kim C. Gabuya
King Humus Plus Presentation by Kim C. Gabuya
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King Humus Plus Presentation by Kim C. Gabuya

Organic Farming, Humates, Humic Acid,Farming, Agriculuture
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Technology      
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Transcripts - King Humus Plus Presentation by Kim C. Gabuya

  • 1. By: Kim C. Gabuya
  • 2. By: Kim C. Gabuya
  • 3. Humus are complex natural organic compounds that are formed in soils from plant residues, by a process of "humification". Humus materials are complex aggregate of brown to dark colored amorphous substances, which have originated during the decomposition of plant and animal residues by microorganisms, under aerobic and anaerobic conditions, in soils, composts, peat bogs, and water basins. What is Humus Humus contains the minerals that were part of the bodies of the dead plants and animals. It contains nutrients (minerals such as, nitrates, phosphates, potassium, copper, zinc dissolved in water) that plants need to be healthy. Without these nutrients plants will not flourish.
  • 4. Soil Humus
  • 5. HUMUS Soil Humus Attributes •Soil Structure •Water Holding Capacity •Nutrient Storage •Chelating Properties •Micro-Organism Home
  • 6. SLAKE TEST Humus (Holding Structure)Humus (Water Drain Test)
  • 7. Soil Humus N N P K O2 H2 O Organic Matter
  • 8. In short, Humus is soil life.
  • 9. What has led to the destruction of this soil life?
  • 10. The Green Revolution Refers to a series of research, development, and technology transfer initiatives, occurring between the 1940s and the late 1960s, that increased agriculture production worldwide, particularly in the developing world, beginning most markedly in the late 1960s. The initiatives, led by Norman Borlaug, the "Father of the Green Revolution" credited with saving over a billion people from starvation, involved the development of high-yielding varieties of cereal grains, expansion of irrigation infrastructure, modernization of management techniques, distribution of hybridized seeds, synthetic fertilizers and pesticides to farmers.
  • 11. In 1960, the Government of the Republic of the Philippines with Ford and Rockefeller Foundations established IRRI (International Rice Research Institute). A rice crossing between Dee-Geo-woo-gen and Peta was done at IRRI in 1962. In 1966, one of the breeding lines became a new cultivar, IR8. IR8 required the use of fertilizers and pesticides, but produced substantially higher yields than the traditional cultivars. Annual rice production in the Philippines increased from 3.7 to 7.7 million tonnes in two decades. The switch to IR8 rice made the Philippines a rice exporter for the first time in the 20th century. But the heavy pesticide use reduced the number of fish and frog species found in rice paddies. The Green Revolution
  • 12. The After Shock
  • 13. The Effect of Synthetic Fertilizer •Soil acidification •Trace mineral depletion •Impacts on micro organism (mycorrhiza) •Contamination with impurities •Water pollution •Health Hazard •High energy consumption •Contribution to climate change
  • 14. N N N N Nutrients Leaching Volatilization Around 50% are wasted due to volatilization at leaching N N Volatilization and Leaching
  • 15. 1960 2035
  • 16. The Answer
  • 17. Feed The Soil.. Develop HUMUS
  • 18. Organic Fertilizers
  • 19. Natural Farming Techniques
  • 20. Compost
  • 21. Vermicast
  • 22. But what is the fastest way to develop HUMUS?
  • 23. SUPER COMPOST HUMATES a 400,000,000 year old
  • 24. KING HUMUS PLUS (HUMATES) Humates (also known as Leonardite or Oxidized lignite) Humates are highly compressed, natural organic substance, the decayed remains of tropical rain forests which existed millions of years ago. Humate deposits were once buried deeply but have been exhumed to near-surface conditions and oxidized by bacterial action in exactly the same way as humus is formed in rich agricultural soils. Thus, humates provide a concentrated source of naturally-occurring humus to your soil. Humates have a high humic acid content (humic acid is one of the most biochemically active elements in humus). The minerals and trace elements contained in humates and in the soil are readily available to plants through organic complexing. Adding Humates is the most efficient way to increase the humus content of soil, as it is highly concentrated and much easier to apply than any other form of humic matter. Using humates restores the natural balance in soil necessary for optimal plant growth.
  • 25. What is Leonardite? Formation of this highly oxidized lignite was called leonardite after the geologist, Dr. Leonard, who discovered it. This material was more highly oxidized than other lignites and consists of as much as 85% humic acids. Leonardite as a source of humic acids for crop production was discovered in the 1960 s. Researchers at the US′ Bureaus of Mines began to experiment with applications of crushed leonardite to agricultural soils. They found that applications of the material. at rates of 100 to 2,000 per acre, increased yields of potatoes, sugar beets and other crops.
  • 26. Millions of years ago large bodies of water existed where huge quantities or organic matter were deposited and began to slowly decompose. Over the year, giant peat bogs were formed. Through geologic activity many of these bogs were buried. After burial, the organic material began to lose oxygen and be transformed in coal under heat and pressure. Those deposits that were never buried deep enough to undergo the complete transformation into coal, became leonardite (Oxidized Lignite). Today these leonardite (Oxidized Lignite) ores exist as stratified layers of brown to black coal-like material underneath an overburden of inorganic soil or rock. Where Does it Come From?
  • 27. Lignite and Coal Formation
  • 28. The Formation of Coal
  • 29. Lignite and Coal Formation
  • 30. Lignite and Coal Formation
  • 31. Lignite and Coal Deposits
  • 32. Lignite and Coal Deposits
  • 33. Lignite and Coal Deposits
  • 34. Lignite and Coal Deposits
  • 35. Process
  • 36. Process
  • 37. Process
  • 38. KING HUMUS PLUS BENEFITS •Stimulate beneficial microbial activity •Improved soil structure •Promotes humus formation •Differ soil Ph (CEC Increase) •Improved water holding capacity •Increase root vitality •Has Chelating Agent •Improved nutrient uptake •Better seed germination •Increased fertilizer retention •Improved yields 30% to 40% •Eco friendly •Healthier Plants, Healthier People •Earth Restorer
  • 39. King Humus Plus
  • 40. Plant Growth Stimulant and Soil Conditioner

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