What's the difference between Mineral Fulvic Acid and Biochemical Fulvic Acid
Biochemical Fulvic Acid is definitly different with the natural minerals resource Fulvic Acid, the details are as following:
First of all, in terms of formation, the residues of mineral fulvic acid (potassium fulvic acid) plants and animals are formed through the transformation of soil microorganisms for tens of millions of years. What we call Natural fulvic acid is an extract of lignite. Small molecule-like organic compounds are the most valuable part of humic acid for agricultural production and soil remediation. Biochemical fulvic acid is made from sucrose, monosodium glutamate, and paper scraps.
Secondly, the usage amount of mineral fulvic acid is only 1/10 of the amount of biochemical biochemical fulvic acid. Taking the base fertilizer application as an example, the amount of acres of mineral sources is 300-500g, and the amount of biochemicals is more than 5-10 kg.
Third, in terms of composition, since the mineral fulvic acid (potassium fulvate) is mainly extracted from lignite formed over millions of years, it is rich in functional groups such as hydroxyl, carboxyl, phenolic hydroxyl, and methoxy groups, and has high activity. The main components of biochemical fulvic acid are polysaccharides, lignin, and proteins, but there are few functional groups, so mineral fulvic acid is much better than ordinary biochemical fulvic acid in improving crop quality, enhancing effects, and soil remediation. In addition, the natural mineral source fulvic acid is composed of 60-70 kinds of mineral elements, which is what the soil needs to supplement. In addition, the natural mineral source fulvic acid (potassium fulvic acid) also has organic matter content, which is the essence of animal and plant remains .
Fourth, the natural mineral source of fulvic acid (potassium fulvic acid) has a unique structure and is suitable for fertilizer addition and fertilizer production. The natural Mineral fulvic acid has a large exchange capacity for the cavity structure, can form a soil aggregate structure, and improves the utilization rate of fertilizers without absorbing moisture. The biggest disadvantage of biochemical fulvic acid is that it is extremely easy to absorb moisture. When used as a functional fertilizer and compound fertilizer additive, it can easily cause the fertilizer to absorb moisture and agglomerate seriously, and even become sludge.
This is caused by biochemical fulvic acid. Given the inherent structure, there is currently no effective solution in the industry.
Now lots of customers are using Natural Minerals Resource Fulvic acid instead of Biochemical Fulvic Acid.
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