humic

adjective
hu·​mic | \ˈhyü-mik, ˈyü-\

Definition of humic 

: of, relating to, or derived at least in part from humus

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This is made by aerating sugars, compost and humic acids in non-chlorinated water and then spraying the brew on plants and soil. Adrian Higgins, idahostatesman, "The zoo beneath our feet: We’re only beginning to understand soil’s hidden world," 23 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of humic

1842, in the meaning defined above

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