Humic acid -Best Organic Fertilizer Chelating Nutrients (KHUMIC)
Humic acid display form:
Humic acid powder
humic acid liquid fertilizer
humic acid lawn fertilizer
mixing humic acid with fertilizer
In the soil, humic and fulvic acids are important chelators, combining minerals into organic compounds that are more available to plants. They also tie up toxins, making them less available to plants.
Humic acids increase the water infiltration and water-holding capacity of the soil. They greatly improve the soil, increase plant root growth and metabolism, enhance seed germination, and help plants deal with environmental stresses. They remove odours in slurry and compost piles, and keep irrigation lines clean. They are often applied with microbial inoculants and liquid organic fertilizers.
Application of humic acid fertilizer:
Humic acid powder can be applied dry, but it is more commonly mixed with water in a watering can, sprayer, or irrigation system. Liquid humic acids are ready to use after dilution. Although the application rates are very low, they are optimal, so applying more is not better.
Whenever the powder is used in water, premix the desired amount of powder with warm water in a separate container in order to dissolve it thoroughly before adding it to the final liquid tank. Work slowly, and preferably outdoors - it's messy.
Main application ways:
Humic acid powder product: For foliar spraying, mix 1 teaspoon of powder into one gallon of water and spray leaves until wet. For soil application, mix 2 tablespoons of powder into one gallon of water to cover 1,000 sq ft.
Humic acid liquid product: Dilute at rates between 1:10 (100mL per 1L of water) for soil application, and 1:50 (20mL per 1L) or weaker for foliar spraying. Shake well before diluting. If leaves get stained, dilute more.