Hibong Humic Acid Granular fertilizer contains at most 70% humic acid from leonardite, it is a slow-released organic fertilizer and it can provide humic acid and multi mineral elements.
Its appearance is black or dark brown granular. PH: 4.0-6.0; Particle Size: 2mm-4mm.
1. Through the action of molecular groups, the nutrients are released reasonably and the utilization of nutrients is improved.
2. Improve the physical and chemical properties of the soil and improve the permeability and water retention of the soil.
3. Activate nutrients in soil and fertilizer to make crops easy to absorb
4. Stimulate crop growth and stimulate soil beneficial microbial activity
5. Degrading toxic substances in the soil to help break down minerals
6. Promote the attraction of metal ions to anions, so that ions are leached into deep soil.
7. Enhance plant nutrient absorption and root development, and increase plant germination rate
8. Enhance plant resistance to drought, cold, and pests
Physical and Chemical Properties: Its appearance is colourful shiny granular (colours can be designed according to clients' request). PH: 6.0-8.0; Particle Size: 2mm-4mm
Packing: 5/10/20/25KG Kraft Bag or PP Bag Package.
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