|Appearance||Black powder & flake& crystal|
|Total humic acid (dry basis)||75% min|
|Humic acid (dry basis)||70% min|
|Fulvic acid (dry basis)||5% min|
- Increases the nutrient holding capacity of the soil.
- Improves fertilizer utilization by "chelating" nutrients, which puts them into a more absorbable form.
- Buffers pH problems by allowing plants to get nutrients otherwise "locked" in the soil due to high or low pH.
- Increases and enlarges root systems and promotes plant cell division.
- Helps buffer the effects of high salts in soils whether from natural soil conditions or due to excess fertilizers, ocean water or even dog urine (See Dog Spot Aid below)
- Improves the growth of various groups of beneficial micro-organisms including those that help detoxify soils. Often used in soil bioremediation projects.
- Changes the physical and mechanical properties of the soil in structure, color, and consistency. Helps aerate and bioactivate soils.
- Increases the permeability of plant membranes, promotes more efficient nutrient uptake of foliar nutrients.
- Adds Carbon and also aids in correcting plant chlorosis.
- Improves germination rates of seed.
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