May 24, 2019Bio Huma Netics adds Lamar as head of humic research
Lamar holds degrees in biology and forestry from the University of Miami and Mississippi State University, as well as a Ph.D. in forestry from North Carolina State University. He has 22 years’ research experience in the biosolids and humic industries, including as a research director for the EarthFax Development Corporation. He’s also collaborated on more than 50 publications and three patents for bioremediation methods and methods for quantitation of humic substances.
“Along with extensive experience in soil bioremediation and pollution treatment technologies, he has in-depth knowledge of soil microbiology and an excellent understanding of humic and fulvic chemistry,” said BHN CEO Lyndon Smith. “In addition, Rich displays the professionalism and integrity that we value at BHN. With his background in agricultural and soil sciences, he will be an invaluable addition to our research team.”
BHN’s crop nutrition and protection lines include more than 15 humic and fulvic acid products for restoring and enhancing soil fertility, and more than 150 products in the categories of macronutrients, micronutrients, soil fertility, growth managers, organic acids and crop protection.
Founded in 1973, BHN is a three-generation family- and employee-owned company. BHN provides sustainable solutions to environmental challenges for conventional agriculture (HUMA GRO, MESA VERDE HUMATES); organic agriculture (FERTILGOLD ORGANICS); horticulture, turf and ornamentals (HUMA GRO TURF); and soil and wastewater remediation (PROBIOTIC SOLUTIONS). They are based on its proprietary micro carbon technology.