Humic acid is a compliment to fertilizer
You can’t tell a good soil by just holding a handful and feeling the texture; there are a lot of factors to check, some physical, biological, or chemical.The cultivated land that uses chemical fertilizers for years is easy to form and affect the growth of crops.Nowdays, there is a recognized and increasing use of humic acids for their beneficial impact on the growth and cultivation of crops (vegetable & non-vegetable), citrus, turf, flowers, and particularly in organically-deficient soils.
Humic acid is a compliment to fertilizer. Why? What does humic acid do for your crops and plants?
For example, you’ve been tending to your lawn or plants for a very long time, but it still looks sick, empty, and unkempt. Sometimes it’s just the soil structure problems.
In the face of the current severe damage to China’s soil structure and the decline of soil fertility, it is a very effective method to strengthen the application of humic acid in agricultural fertilizers.
Humus is a black substance that increases the nutrient holding capacity of any soil. It helps plant roots to retain water and nutrients.
Humic substances, also known as humus, is made up of humic acid, fulvic acid, and humin.
The humic fulvic acid benefits include:
Addition of organic matter to organically-deficient soils
Increase root vitality
Improved nutrient uptake
Increased chlorophyll synthesis
Better seed germination
Increased fertilizer retention
Stimulate beneficial microbial activity
Healthier plants and improved yields
Humic Acid is applied in agriculture in China together with the increasing application of chemical fertilizers.
humic acid 98% contains reactive functional groups such as phenolic hydroxyl groups and sulfhydryl groups, which can promote the increase of enzyme activity in plants.