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Fulvic Acid

Improve nutrient uptake

Available in 1000L and Bulk

Application Rates:

250mL/acre with water. 

Can be applied with pesticides and recommended with other foliar nutrition applications. 

Use with glyphosate at burn off. 

Can be applied in several times through the season. 

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What is fulvic acid?

Fulvic acid is a crucial component in agriculture, recognized for its numerous benefits in soil and plant health. It's a natural organic compound formed during the decomposition of plant and microbial matter. Fulvic acid, a type of humic substance, plays a pivotal role in enhancing soil health.

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Benefits:

- Improved Nutrient Uptake: Fulvic acid chelates minerals, making them more available to plants. This enhances nutrient uptake, leading to healthier and more vigorous growth.

- Enhanced Soil Structure: It aids in soil aggregation and water retention. This helps prevent soil erosion and compaction.

- pH Regulation: Fulvic acid helps to buffer soil pH, ensuring it remains within an optimal range for plant growth.

- Pest and Disease Resistance: Some studies suggest that fulvic acid may enhance plant resistance to pests and diseases by strengthening cell walls.

- Stress Tolerance: Fulvic acid can help plants cope with environmental stress factors like drought, salinity, and temperature extremes.

- Crop Yield and Quality: Its overall positive effects on plant health can lead to increased crop yields and improved produce quality.

- Detoxification: Fulvic acid can bind with and

detoxify harmful substances in the soil, reducing the risk of plant contamination.

- Eco-Friendly: It is a natural and eco-friendly soil

conditioner, making it a sustainable choice for your operation and agriculture as a whole.

- Bio stimulant Potential: Fulvic acid is used as a bio stimulant to promote root growth, flowering, and fruiting in crops. Incorporating fulvic acid into farming practices can be a valuable strategy for sustainable agriculture, promoting healthier soils, increased crop productivity, and reduced reliance on synthetic chemicals.

- Increased Microbial Activity: It fosters beneficial microbial activity in the soil, which aids in nutrient cycling and organic matter decomposition.

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