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Why do we recommend customers to use Amino Acid Chelated

Why do we recommend customers to use Amino Acid Chelated Trace Elements instead of using Amino Acid + Inorganic micro-fertilizer? (Take zinc sulfate as an example) 1. Zinc sulfate is a kind of inorganic fertilizer, in which the zinc content is only 34.2%, others are impurities and filling materials. Inorganic zinc is easily fixed in the soil, long-term …

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What Are The Advantages Of Potassium Fulvate

Potassium fulvate is a kind of Potassium Humate with high-content fulvic acid, it can be used as soil conditioner, plant nutrient and plant regulator. Rich in 75% organic matter can greatly promote the growth and development of crops, protect flowers and fruits, enhance stress resistance, improve yield, improve quality! Soil improvementPotassium Fulvate will form a gelatinous substance in the soil, which …

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Cautions for fertilization of water soluble fertilizers

1.A small amount of multiple applicationA small amount of multiple application is the most important fertilization principle of water-soluble fertilizer, which is consistent with the characteristics of uninterrupted absorption of nutrients by plant roots, and reduces the leaching loss caused by one-time large-scale fertilization.2. Dilute it when it will be usedFertilizers must be used it right after it …

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Soil Organic Matter

Of all the components of soil, organic matter is probably the most important and most misunderstood. Organic matter serves as a reservoir of nutrients and water in the soil, aids in reducing compaction and surface crusting, and increases water infiltration into the soil. Yet it’s often ignored and neglected. Let’s examine the contributions of soil organic …

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Humic Acid and Humates

1.What is Humic Acid? There are lots of humic acid products on the marketing, but only a few people know exactly what humic acid is or how it is formed. Actually, humic acid is the remains of animals and plants, mainly the remains of plants, through the decomposition and transformation of microorganisms, as well as …

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The Soil is lifeless without Humic Acid

Soil is the product (intersection) under the comprehensive action of five factors including rock, climate, biology, topography and time, including the formation and destruction of minerals in soil, the accumulation and decomposition of organic matter, the exchange and migration of elements, the formation and destruction of soil structure and other internal and external factors.The fertility …

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Sodium Humate for Animal Health as Feeding Additive

Humates are fossilised plant material originating from a period which pre-dates the dinosaurs. The dark powder contains the dense mineral component which characterised those ancient plants. It also contains the amino acids and many of the other beneficial phytochemicals from that original plant matter. Humates have proven invaluable as a soil additive where their multi-faceted …

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