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Archive for November, 2009

Below is an explanation of BHN’s proprietary “Micro Carbon” technology that makes its products the best on the market. As well listed below are documents that show Huma Gro’s features and benefits, technology and total crop nutrition.

BHN, through its 36 year history, has developed a unique process for the manufacturing of its own proprietary “Micro Carbon” technology. Using this technology, HUMA GRO products more efficiently and effectively deliver both major and minor nutrients to plants, trees, turf and ornamentals through the ion exchange capacity of the carbon based, benzene ring molecule. To our knowledge, this technology is singularly to be found in the HUMA GRO products.

Huma Gro Features and Benefits

Huma Gro Technology

Huma Gro Total Crop Nutrition

info@biohumanetics.com

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This is the information on ZAP applications on red onions from the Western Oregon north of Salem. These were red onions grown under solid set overhead irrigation. As you can see below the onions treated with Zap had double the  yield compared to grower standard.

red onion graph

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Below is the Official Press Release announcing Huma Gro’s retail line Fertil Gold:

Fertil Gold Press Release

Fertil Gold Logo

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Attached is lab results from Mexico on the use of Promax on Nematodes in soil. The application rate was 4 qts/acre or 9.5 liters/hectare. The application was very successful in preventing the attack of nematodes on the plants.

Nematode trial in Mexico

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Below is an example of the use of Promax and Zap on Organic Vegetables to get ride of nematodes with huge success:

Dealer Location:

Buttonwillow, California

Crop:

Organic Vegetables

Pre-count of total nematodes, all types:

1700

Treatment:

2 quarts Promax applied through drip system followed by 2 quarts ZAP applied through drip system 3 weeks after Promax application.

Results:

Results soil sample taken by independent consultant 3 weeks after ZAP application,

Total count of all nematodes:

– 27

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