Appearance: Black powder & flake & crystal
Water soluble (dry basis): 95%min
Humic acid (dry basis): 75%min
(1). Improve the structure of soil; Increase the buffering powder of soil, optimize NPK absorption by plants
(2). Neutralize both acid and alkaline soils, regulate the PH value of soils, with the prominent effect in alkaline and acidic soil.
(3). Stimulate plant growth, increase the yield and quality.
(4). Reduce nitrate leaking into the groundwater and protect the underground water.
(5). Increase the effectiveness of herbicide, pesticide and fungicide, immobilize or reduce their harmful residues.
(6). Stabilize nitrogen and improve nitrogen efficiency (ideal as an additive with urea)
(7). Non-toxic, environment friendly.
(8). Potassium is an important component of chlorophyll, speed up the photosynthesis.
(1). Used in Drip irrigation: 1-2kgs per hectare
(2). Used in Foliar spray: 0.5-1.2kg per ha.
(3). To produce liquid solution, put 250g this humate into 10 liter of water at a very slow speed; Agitate the solution at a constant speed. The solution can be applied 3-5 liter per Ha. Please make sure the solution is even before transferring to the spray tank.
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