|HUMUS, HUMATES, MICROBES, MINERALS and MORE!|
|Product Group: ||NTS|
|Product Category: ||Humates|
|Product Name: ||NTS Soluble Fulvic Powder|
|Product Code: ||NTSSFA|
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|Short Description: ||NTS Soluble Fulvic Acid Powder™|
Fulvic acid in a concentrated, soluble powder - the most versatile and productive input in agriculture, in freight friendly form.
A soluble, yellow-brown powder containing fulvic acid, a material with exceptional bio-stimulant potential. This product has a phenomenal nutrient-loading capacity, related to a CEC of 1400. This product is 85% soluble, and the insoluble component presents as a very fine silt, which may need to be screened out when used with drip irrigation. However, the small particle size does not appear to cause blockage with most spray equipment.
Biological Farmers of Australia (BFA) Registered Product 456AI.
Note: The benefits of soluble fulvic acid powder are identical to those of Fulvic 1400™.
A powerful organic electrolyte, which can balance and energise all cells (an electrolyte is a substance soluble in water and other mediums, which is capable of conducting an electrical current). The physical well-being of plants and microbes is determined by proper electrical potential.
Features a unique capacity to dissolve minerals and trace elements.
This feature has tremendous importance for fast-tracking the plant availability of rock minerals, rock phosphate and lime.
Fulvic acid is a potent, natural chelating agent, converting metallic elements into readily absorbable, bio-available nutrition, and its very low molecular size enables fulvic-chelated minerals rapid entry through plant walls.
Fulvic acid is the ultimate nutrient stability facilitator, as it has a phenomenal CEC of 1400.
Enhances cell division and elongation. Root growth is magnified with obvious benefits for root crops.
Fulvic acids can detoxify pollutants in the soil. They absorb poisons (reducing soil-life damage) and catalyse the rapid breakdown of the toxins.
Fulvic acid offers drought resistance, due to improved moisture storage and because it can build brix levels. High brix plants are less prone to wilting.
Fulvic acid is responsible for an increase in stomata opening and transpiration and assists plant respiration as well as improving the respiration of beneficial micro-organisms.
Fulvic acid directly influences numerous enzymatic processes and promotes the plant in many ways.
Fulvic acid can interact with sunlight to enhance photosynthesis. This can be particularly valuable during prolonged cloudy periods.