There are humic acid,amino acid and alginic acid products on New-nutri’s list, but many people don’t know the real roles and differences between them. Now, we give a detailed overview as following.
1. Humic Acid.
Humic acid in leonardite or lignite is acidic and insoluble in water. As an organic fertilizer, the raw material humic acid needs to be neutralized and activated by potassium oxide.We have advanced production lines and excellent purification equipment, New-nutri humate potassium soluble and content is very good. Other humic acid types include potassium fulvate, humic acid liquid, humic acid plus NPK, etc.
The most prominent role of humic acid is the improvement of soil and the modification of nutrient elements to make plants better absorb nutrients.Humic acid does not work well if it is sprayed on the leaves alone and not mixed with other elements, because humic acid is not the nutrient that plants need, but is the main component of promoting plant growth and regulating nutrient elements.
2. Amino Acid
New-nutri Amino Acid is extracted from plant source, contains high amino acid nitrogen and protein, the product can be applied both in agriculture area and animal feed. Right now, the products are widely used by our customers with very good feedback. Plant source amino acid powder contains 16-18 types of compound amino acid, as well as many other types of microorganism metabolite that give the product very high bioactivity.
Essential differences between amino acids and humic acids:
Amino acids are the substances that make up the plant itself and can be absorbed directly into the metabolism of the plant, transforming it into what the plant needs most. Humic acid is absorbed and promotes the synthesis of what is most needed.
3. Alginic Acid – Seaweed Extract
Alginate contains a variety of plant growth regulators, mainly to promote cell division and plant growth, strengthen plant metabolism and plant growth.
In short, both humic acid and alginate promote plant growth through the environment or by regulating some part of plant metabolism. Amino acids, on the other hand, are absorbed directly by crops to form body structures. A plant, for example, is like a car processing plant.Using amino acids on plants is equivalent to providing wheels and engines to car factories, eliminating the need for factories to turn rubber into wheels, while using humic acid and seaweed fertilizer is equivalent to giving workers lessons to improve their work efficiency.