Humic acid 's plant origin product, black shiny color, extracted and concentrated from corn, and after spray granulation.Shiny balls come out.
Humic acid contains 12 types of amino acid, organic carbon, organic nitrogen, 10%sulphur and 5% moisture, especially can be applied in high PH value alkaline soil to improve soil quality as a good soil conditioner.
Humic acid appears black and uniform granule, have good water solubility, could be a good replacement of normal NPK fertilizer.
|Product Name ||Humic Acid Black particles |
|Organic Matter(dry basis) ||85.0%min |
|Humic Acid(dry basis) ||65.0%min |
|Appearance ||Black particles |
Use with other fertilizer, it's an ideal Amino support agent. Also used as chelator with metal in the soil, improve soil condition.
1. Improve the quality of the soil, help the soil to creat crumb structure, keep the water & nutrients in the soil
2. Enhance the utilization of N, P, K, also can chelate with Trace Element, Balance the Crops ' nutrients
3. Enhance crops anti-stress capability like drought & cold resistance
4. Improve Quality of the fruit like watermelon, Hamimelon, sugarcane, sugarbeet, etc...
5. Promote roots growth
6. Increase 20~30% yeild
7. Adjust PH value.
8. Degaradation harmful substance in the soil
Flowers: Lilies, Carnations, Flower seedlings
Vegetables: Tomatoes, Peppers, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Cabbages, Eggplants, Cauliflowers, Potatoes, Vegetable seedlings
Fruit crops: Table grapes, Apples, Bananas, Watermelons, Muskmelons
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