Humates & the History of Humate Supreme

Most humate deposits are closely associated with coal deposits, some being an overburden of a coal vein and referred to as “brown coal”. Lignites and Leonardites fall within this category, in that they are closely associated with coal, whereas most can be ignited and actually produce Btu’s. There are unique humate deposits that are not closely associated with coal, referred to as “virgin humate”, a term that dates back at least 40 years to the late 1960’s. These humate deposits are associated with high amounts of natural mineral impregnation, and will not ignite or burn.

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Humates and Healthy Hemp (Part 2)

In the beginning the earth was blessed with optimum organic growing conditions. The soil had a wealth of minerals, trace elements and rich humus soil teaming with beneficial life giving microbes. The earth’s minerals and organic matter had not been depleted from over-farming, excessive use of agricultural chemicals, leaching or contamination, and therefore the soil was exceptional.

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Humates and Healthy Hemp (Part 1)

There are two types of Humates. One being of the coal family; known as lignites or leonardites. The other being virgin Humates, which is clay based. Coal based Humates do not attach to soil particles, are easily leached from the soil, have slow reaction to plants and take longer to breakdown. Virgin Humates attach to soil particles, are not easily leached, react immediately and do not need to breakdown. While virgin Humates are considered the absolute best, blends of the two types of Humates can work very well together.

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