Garden Soil


Nutritious composition of HUMUSON COMPLEX

HUMUSON COMPLEX is a unique natural origin “cocktail” which is improved by using innovative methods. HUMUSON COMPLEX contains more than 40 organic, organo-mineral and inorganic elements which are beneficial for fundamental aspects of plants life-cycle and soil biotop.


All HUMUSON Complex products contain elements in different proportions from the list below:

  • Makroelements: organic NPK

  • organic carbon (humified carbon and water soluble carbon)

  • rich with natural vitamins: contains carotene (provitamin A), B1 B2 B3 B5 B6 B12 E, C, D, P

  • organic acids: folic acid, humic acids fulvic acid

  • trace elements (Mn, Cu, B, Zn, I, Br, Mo, V, Cr, Be, Ni, Ag, Sn, Pb As, Ba, Sr, Ti)

  • amino acids (Glutamic acid, Glycine, Valine, Arginine, Aspartic acid, Alanine, Serine, Leucine, Isoleucine, Phenylalanine, Tyrosine, Lysine, Methionine, Threonine, Cystine)

  • contains enzymes ( peroxidase, reductase, protease)

  • glycoprotein, glomalin

  • phytohormones (auxin and cytokinin)

  • contains humin

What do these elements do in the plant development chain and a soil biotope functioning?


Carbon Water-soluble and humified form of organic carbon. Important part of Part of organic matter of HUMUSON COMPLEX. From 100% natural source. On 100% can be involved into Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium immobilization processes in soil (making them bio available). Perfect source of energy for soil microorganisms.

The ecosystem that accumulates organic carbon is living, developing, while the losing carbon is unstable, subject to degradation.

The role of organic carbon in soil, plant and in the agro-ecosphere is no less important, or perhaps even more significant, than the elements traditionally considered by agro-chemistry, and maintaining a balanced carbon cycle is a basic condition for the stable functioning of agroecosystems and a key principle of sustainable agriculture.

Maintaining and increasing soil carbon stocks is critical for food production and climate change mitigation, FAO said on World Soil Day.


Nitrogen Nitrogen is the nutrient that has the greatest impact on crop yield. He is responsible for metabolism. Moreover, it is a part of all proteins, cytoplasm, cell nuclei, amino acids, chlorophyll, hormones, vitamins and other compounds. The role of nitrogen in plant life lies in the fact that it affects the quality and quantity of the crop more than other elements.

HUMUSON COMPLEX not only contents nitrogen but reduces the problem of nitrogen availability for plants in the conditions of the long dry period and in conditions of excess rain.

Phosphorus Phosphorus plays an important role in crop physiology and plays a key role in energy generation. The need for phosphorus is particularly high in early vegetation, rooting, and later in flowering and fruiting.

HUMUSON COMPLEX helps to immobilise Phosphorus deposit into soil, making it available for the plants.

Potassium Potassium plays a major role in crop physiology. Potassium is involved in water transport and fermentation. Sufficient potassium content helps crops to cope with stress in hot, dry or cold weather. Impact on biomass formation.


Secondary nutrients HUMUSON COMPLEX content secondary nutrients (Se, Ca, Mg, S, Si) which has natural origin and are 100% bio available for Plants. Major function is an acting as regulators and Carriers. Also serves like accessory structural elements of the more active and vital tissue component like proteins.

Micronutrients Humus O.N. The complex content of trace elements in microdoses. In products of Humus OH with a large number of them, the source is high-quality chelation of high-quality mineral elements. Catalysts – the spark plugs for plant growth.



By their biochemical nature, all enzymes are high molecular weight protein substances. The specificity of enzyme proteins is affected by the order of alternation of amino acids in them.

HumusON Complex content large scale of different enzymes from different groups of them. Majorly represented enzymes are catalase, peroxidases, reductases, proteases. Their diversity and richness make it possible to carry out sequential biochemical transformations of organic residues entering the soil.

Enzymes serve as a catalyst for biochemical reactions in the soil, allowing them to proceed with less energy loss and under less favorable environmental conditions.


Into HUMUSON COMPLEX, majorly represented phytohormones are cytokinin and gibberellins. Phytohormones can be considered as "chemical messengers." In small concentrations in plants, they regulate the organized work of cells and organs. Phytohormones are strong biostimulants, that is, they are able to increase the immunity of plants, promote rooting, increase germination and improve germination, reduce the negative effects of adverse environmental factors, such as cooling or drought, and accelerate fruit ripening.

L-α-amino acids

HUMUSON COMPLEX contents large scale of L-α-amino acids which has natural origin. Total number of detected amino acids into HUMUSON COMPLEX are 17.

Amino acids activate growth mechanisms after salt stress and low temperatures, increase pollen fertility and the formation of fruit ovaries, increase the ability to assimilate nutrients and resistance to pests and diseases, etc.

L-α-amino acids are easily absorbed by plants and are quickly incorporated into metabolism as their own.


Into HUMUSON COMPLEX, majorly represented Vitamins are A, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12 and C. Vitamins are low molecular weight, diverse in structure organic compounds, characterized by high physiological activity. In very low concentrations, they have a strong effect on the metabolism of microorganisms, plants and animals.

Humic substance

Represented into HUMUSON COMPLEX due to large amount into raw material. Humic substances are very important for organic-mineral complexes development, nutrients transportation and increasing of imunity of Plants. Humic Substances are natural Chelating agent or Natural “EDTA” agent.

HUMUSON COMPLEX contains wide range of Humic substances elements like: Humic Acids, Fulvic Acids and Humin.



HUMUSON COMPLEX content Crude and digistable proteins. HUMUSON COMPLEX complex strightly impact on Plants cells activity throe the Proteins content. 

Like other biological macromolecules (polysaccharides, lipids and nucleic acids), proteins are essential components of all living organisms and play an important role in the life of the cell. 

Proteins carry out metabolic processes. They are part of intracellular structures, carried into the extracellular space, where they can act as a signal transmitted between cells, participate in the hydrolysis of food and the formation of intercellular substance.



The content of the HUMUSON COMPLEX of carbohydrates allows it:

- The formation of the soil structure due to the formation of water-resistant aggregates and enhance their stability;

- The formation of organo-mineral sols and the acceleration of the formation of chelate compounds;

- Participation in ion-exchange processes, i.e., a significant effect on the absorption capacity of the soil;

- The effect on plant nutrition, both by direct absorption, and indirectly, through the formation of various compounds;

Disaccharide (sucrose)

Disaccharide into HUMUSON COMPLEX is a battery for the soil. Serves as a catalyst for microbiological activity in the soil, providing them with an easily accessible source of energy.

Calcium carbonate

The role of calcium carbonate in the HUMUSON COMPLEX is as follows: regulates water balance; binds soil acids; provides normal conditions for the development of the root system of plants; improves the solubility of many compounds in the soil. It promotes the absorption by plants of important nutrients, affects the availability of a number of macro- and microelements to plants.


HUMUSON COMPLEX contents Glomalin. Sticking soil particles together (i.e. aggregate formation) is just one part of the process and one role for glomalin and other microbial polysaccharides. Glomalin is an important molecule in aggregate stabilization. When aggregates are not stabilized, they break apart with rainfall. Organic matter and nutrients within disrupted aggregates may be lost to rain and wind erosion. The chemistry of glomalin makes it an ideal stabilizing coat.