FULVIC ACID

FULVIC ACIDS are a family of organic acids, natural compounds, and components of the humus (which is a fraction of soil organic matter). They are similar to humic acids, with differences being the carbon and oxygen contents, acidity, degree of polymerization, molecular weight, and color.

FULVIC ACID is a yellow-brown substances found in natural material such as shilajit, soil, peat, coal, leonardite and bodies of water such as streams or lakes.  Fulvic acid is created by gradual decomposition of certain plants and animals by the action of microorganisms within millions of years. As created by nature, organic fulvic acids are created by soil-based micro-organisms("SBO's") to make minerals and other nutrients assailable by plants.

What is the miracle of Fulvic acid for plants and soils?

  • Stimulate plant metabolism
  • Give positive effect on plant RNA & DNA
  • Act as a catalyst in plant respiration
  • Increase metabolism of proteins
  • Increase activity of multiple enzymes
  • Enhances the permeability of cell membranes
  • Enhance cell division and cell elongation
  • Aid Chlorophyll synthesis
  • Increase drought tolerance, and prevent wilting
  • Increase crop yields
  • Assist denitrification by microbes
  • Buffer soil pH
  • Contribute electrochemical balance as a donor or an acceptor
  • Synthesize new minerals
  • Chemically weather inorganic substances
  • Decompose silica to release essential mineral nutrients
  • Detoxify various pollutants (pesticides, herbicides, etc.