|Humic acid (Dry bisis) ||50%-70% |
|K2O ||8%-15% |
|Moisture ||15% max |
|PH Value ||9.0-11.0 |
|Solubility ||95% min |
|Sieve Residue (40mesh) ||5.0% max |
|Appearance ||Black Powder |
|Package ||25 /50kg woven bag or kraft bag out with plastic film bag inner, customised is acceptable . |
1.Plant growth stimulant, promote root development and stimulates seed germination.
2.Enhance nutrient uptake by combining nutrients and humic acids and keep a well-balanced nutrition.
3.Enhance the resilience of crops. such as cold, drought, pest, disease and toppling resistance.
4.Promotes healthier, stronger plants and enhance appearance
5.Potassium is an important component of chlorophyll, speed up the photosynthesis.
1.Soil conditioner. Improve soil structure. Increase ion exchange capacity of soil.
2.Enhance resistance to stress for soil, especially reduce high salts in alkaline soils.
3.Enhance nutrients uptake and increases the content of humus in soil.
4.Prevents soil from contamination of heavy metallic ions as well as other harmful matters.
5.Fertilizer efficiency promoter. Greatly improve the utilization of N & P.
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