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330 gallon Cardboard Totes
Fulvic acid contains electrolytes that are essential for the well-being of plants. They serve as tiny battery chargers, providing a constant trickle-charge for each cell. Maintaining maximum electrical potential in plants equates to optimum growth, yield and plant health.
In soil with lower microbial activity, fulvic acid can be a potent microbial promotant that sparse populations of microbes are drawn to.
Fulvic acid dissolves insoluble materials and solubilizes potassium. The molecule also has an affinity for iron and can transport three to ten times its own weight of this metal.
Drought resistance is also related to the brix building capacity of fulvic acid. Fulvic acids change the pattern of metabolism of carbohydrates, resulting in an accumulation of soluble sugars (high brix). These sugars, in turn, increase the pressure inside the cell wall, which helps the plant to withstand wilting in hot conditions.
Most effective as a foliar spray or low pH fertilizer enhancer.
Apply 1 to 2 quarts per acre by spray tank after fertilizer applications
Apply 1 to 2 quarts in 25 gallons of water as seed treatment or spray.
Transplant Water Applications:
Apply 16 ounces to 1 quart in 25 gallons of transplant solution