Re-structure soil, making it more fertile, light, better to absorb water
Helps speed up and increase bacteria, microorganism benefiting the soil and the plant.
Helps absorb nutrients in the soil, increase the soil nutrients intake from chemical fertiliser for lower the application period.
Decrease usage level for chemical fertiliser.
Ready and plants to intake.
Good for all vegetables, crops fields, fruits, rice field, grain, corn, rubber tree etc.
Mixture of humic acid, Chitosan, Silicon helps plants' strengthen cell membrane especially helping the stems to be stronger and not breaking.
Plant growth stimulant,promote root development and stimulate seed germination.
Enhance nutrient uptake by combining nutrients with humic acids and keep a well-balanced nutrition.
Enhance the resilience of crops.Such as cold,drought,pest,disease and toppling resistance.
Promote healithier,stronger plants and enhance appearance.
Potassium is an important component of chlorophyll,speed up the photosythesis.
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