50 lb. bulk boxes or 50 lb. poly bags on a pallet
Stimulate plant metabolism ~Increase nutrient uptake ~ Boost chlorophyll production
OMRI Liquid Fulvic Acid
Applications: Apply 1 to 2 quarts per acre
by broadcast in tank mixture
Treatment: Apply 1 to 2 quarts in 25
gallons of water as seed treatment
16 ounces to 1 quart in 25 gallons
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Nebraska April 2013
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Oregon May 2013
Fulvic acids enter all living processes within the plant and animal kingdoms. They are involved in indispensable biochemical reactions, while acting as free-radical scavengers, supplying vital electrolytes, and transforming inorganic minerals into organically complexed minerals, which are transported with major and trace elements to specific sites of need.
Fulvic and humic acids are indistinguishable in the soil, yet these potent soil acids are sources of nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, and trace minerals in an organic compound form that is used by both plants and microorganisms.
When a root enters the area of soil saturated with soil acids, a portion of the acids, specifically the fulvic acid components, are able to inject the nutrients directly into the plant roots due to the fact that fulvic acids are trans-cellular in nature and easily pass through the outside walls of the plant carrying their mineral components.
Once inside the roots the nutrients are quickly passed throughout the plant by the plants circulation system. Valuable nutrients such as iron, copper, and zinc are easily dissolved by the soil acids and transferred to plants.
When applied to plant foliage fulvic acids transport trace minerals directly to metabolic sites in the plant cells. This results in increased oxygen to the plant, an increase in the vital activity of plant cells, and an increase in carbohydrate metabolism which in turn increases the accumulation of soluble sugars in a plant. The increase of soluble sugars in a plant increases the pressure of osmosis inside plant cell walls and enables plants to withstand wilting, which in turn enhances growth stimulation and the immune system.
Fulvic Acid COA