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Fulvic acid is an often overlooked contributor to plant health.  Fulvic acid is a derivative of Humic acid, which is produced from leonardite.   It helps plants use nutrients and minerals more efficiently while also detoxifying the plant and soil.

Fulvic acids are short-chain molecules that are fantastic natural nutrient chelators. The word chelate is derived from the Greek word chēlē, meaning "claw".  Fulvic acid holds nutrients (like a claw) tightly enough so the nutrient is not tied up in the soil, but loosely enough that the nutrients are still available to the plant.

Fulvic acid is of a low molecular weight and size, and are capable of a high degree of cell penetration. They capture life-essential minerals, place an electrical charge on them, and carry them into the plant. 

Fulvic acid aids in penetrating roots as well.

Additional Benefits:

  • It is non-toxic.

  • It is a powerful organic electrolyte.

  • It enhances cell division and elongation. Root growth is magnified with obvious benefits.

  • Can interact with sunlight to enhance photosynthesis. 

  • Fulvic acid is a potent, natural chelating agent, slowing oxidation and converting metallic elements into readily absorbable, bio-available nutrition with very small molecular size allowing fulvic-chelated minerals rapid entry through plant cells.

  • Fulvic acid offers drought protection, due to improved moisture storage

  • Fulvic acid can detoxify pollutants in the soil. 

  • Fulvic acid is responsible for an increase in stomata opening and transpiration and assists plant respiration as well as improving the respiration of beneficial micro-organisms.

  • Fulvic acid directly influences numerous enzymatic processes and stimulates the plant’s immune system.

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