Together with internationally recognised organisations in Latvia, LHVI carried out research into the effectiveness of the humic concentrate used in Humate Green OK:
  In collaboration with International Depositary Authority The Microbial Strain Collection of Latvia, University of Latvia, microbiological research and identification of the bacterium contained by product has been carried out.
The results of research: Identification of microorganisms in the preparation Humate Green OK of humic substances
  In collaboration with Laboratory of Plant Genetics of Institute of Biology, University of Latvia and Latvian Society of Genetics and Breeders research of the biological activity of humate substances (Humate Green OK) has been carried out.
The results of research: Influence of humus substances on flax somatic calli
  In cooperation with Latvian Research institute of Agriculture the research of plant stimulating activity and application possibilities of product Humate Green OK in the agricultural crop cultivation, as well as effect of Humate Green OK on potato yields and application efficiency of Humate Green OK in winter wheat sowings was carried out.
The results of research: Effect of humic substances Humate Green OK in pre-processing of seeds before sowing and spraying of vegetating plants
The results of demonstration experiments: Use of Humate Green OK in the potato cultivation in the open field
Results confirm that Humate Green OK products, with microorganisms that occur naturally in the soil and improve plant growth, are extremely effective.

Internet resources:


  2003.gada pētījums par humīnvielu ietekmi uz kultūraugu attīstību un ražu bioloģiskajā lauksaimniecībā Skrīveru zinātnes centrā. Dr.agr.M.Vaivare, Dr.agr.L.Borovko, Latvijas Bioloģiskās lauksaimniecības organizāciju apvienība, 2004.gada 10.janvārī: (13.)biļetens

http://www.ekoprodukti.lv/modules/rdr.file.php?id=126&fname=13.biletens.doc


  Dažādu bioloģisko preparātu ietekme uz ražu un kvalitāti. Lilija Borovko, AgroPols, 15.11.2004

http://www.agropols.lv/?menu=110&numurs=319&newsid=63174


  INFLUENCE OF HUMIC ACID APPLICATION ON YIELD, NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY AND UPTAKE IN TOMATO. J.S.VIRGINE TENSHIA and P. SINGARAM. Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore
http://alphaagri.com/humic involvement of iron uptake in tomatoes.pdf

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