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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of humic

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of humic:
/hjumɪk/

Derived Form of humic

adjective
comparitive: more humic
superlative: most humic
Adjective
1
of or relating to or derived from humus
  1. humic acid
See alsohumus,

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  1. the humic that playtime is not always
  2. Second layer is Aquagizi (base fertilizer from natural volcanic & humic soil)
  3. But sugar and fulvic and humic acids are the main thing.
  4. coupled with the production of humic acid to produce stabilized end product is taking
  5. place. So the destruction of organic matter is taking place and humic acid is produce
  6. fulvic and humic acid which is created by the natural breakdown of carbon-based substances
  7. something that will contain a fulvic or humic acid.
  8. like shilajit, humic acid, fulvic acid, like Jordan's talking about.
  9. The exude chemicals called humic acids through the roots.
  10. Those humic acids encourage the growth of
  11. saturation of the humic loeben molecule so this is saturation here and this is
  12. I bet he'd like us to call it humic hope.
  13. humic megan liberal comity
  14. has caused runoff of humic substances from the bog lakes,
  15. of peat surface and runoff of the humic substances.
  16. And it can get crazy complicated all the way up to humic acid, a component of soil.
  17. I wrote about humic and fulvic in this book,
  18. they're looking for is anti smooth muscle antibodies ok humic row mitosis
  19. increase the humic loeben by twelve percent
  20. This is called Humus which consists of three components--humic acids, fulvic acids, and