1. Total Humic Extracts:80%
2. Fulvic Acid:15%
3. Water soluble:100%
Humic acid fulvic acid (Potassium Humate with 15% Fulvic Acid )
humic acid fulvic acid is extracted from the young active leonardite which processed by the new creative technology. It has a feature of wonderful water solubility in a wide span of pH value including the slightly acid conditions, the low molecular weight carrying the carboxyl functional group of higher activity stengthen the chelation of producs which makes an easier absorption of mineral nutrients by plants.
·Stimulate the secondary metabolism pathway, promote crops growth.
·Improve the utilization rate of fertilizer, balance crops nutrients.
·Improve the stress-resistance during whole growing period.
Amino acid composition of humic substances in tundra soils
Jun 17, 2015 - A significant weight fraction of amino acids has been found in humic acid preparations, which exceeds their content in fulvic acids. Features of the
Characteristics of amino acids in soil humic substances
In order to better understand the factors regulating the dynamics of soil organic matter, the qualitative and quantitative distribution of amino acids in humic
REDDISH BLACK Humic Acid Amino Acid Formulation
Agronica Products - offering REDDISH BLACK Humic Acid Amino Acid Formulation, Packaging Size: 100ml To
Role of humic acid and amino acids in limiting loss of nitrogen
It helps to increase chlorophyll concentration leading to higher degree of photosynthesis, which makes crops lush. Amino Acids acts as a cytoplasm osmotic agent
(PDF) Amino and humic acids promote growth, yield and
PDF | A field experiment was conducted in 2007-2008 winter season to study the effect of humic (HA) and amino acids (AA) and their interactions on... | Find
Humic Acid and How it Benefits Soil | EcoFarming Daily
Humic Acid: The Science of Humus and How it Benefits Soil ... The best source of the amino acids in a natural ecotone are produced by the Glomus species of
Humic acid reactions with amino acids - ScienceDirect
Reactions between five humic acids extracted from soils with widely differing pedological histories and 17 amino acids commonly occurring in proteins were
Identification of amino acids in humic acid
Davidson, Sowden and Atkinsonll in 1951 report- ed on the amino acids in the three soil organic matter fractions, and Stevenson, Marks, Varner and Martin~) in
Effect of Soli Application with Humic and Amino acid on
Effect of Soil Application with Humic and Amino acid on. Vegetative Growth, Nutritional Statues, Yield and Fruit. Quality of Grande Naine Banana Plants