55 % Humic and 15 % Fulvic Acid
30, 55 gallon drums, 275 gal/ totes
Foods added to a tea brew will select for the particular species that can use those foods.
For bacterial tea:
Add simple sugars, sea kelp, humic acids, fish
Fungal brew: add more complex foods; such as plant material, oatmeal, soybean meal, humic and fulvic acids, which will release bacterial foods after fungi start the process of decomposition.
Crop nutrients pared with humic acid are carried into plants in available forms that stimulate the plantís metabolism. When a root enters an area of soil saturated with humic acid, a portion of the acid, specifically the fulvic acid component, injects nutrients directly into the plant roots, due to the fulvic acids small molecular size and its ability to move via its trans-cellular nature.
Once inside the roots, nutrients are quickly passed throughout the plant by the circulatory system. Valuable nutrients such as iron, copper and zinc are easily dissolved by the soil acids and transferred to plants. This transfer mechanism is necessary for the transport of minerals from the soil into the plant.
50 lb. bulk box, 50 lb. poly bags on pallet
Kirk Sparks, Native Nutrients July 2012
Our experience in dealing with Earthcrew has been excellent!
Your customer service is second to none and attention to detail is great!
It has been a positive experience and a pleasure to do business with you.
Our first purchase of humic acid from Earthcrew goes into solution almost immediately and stays in solution.
It is packaged very well also.
Again, it has been a pleasure and we will order again from you.