Soil in Agriculture Fertilizer(humic acid)
Humic acid is an organic acid derived from decayed organic matter (humates or leonardites). It is the most important components of Potassium Humates. The humic acids group is defined not by chemical structure, but rather by the process through which it is isolated.
Humic acid is primarily found in manure, peat, lignite coal, and leonardite. Humic acid extracted from manure or peat is usually not as effective in absorbing micronutrients as humic acid originating in leonardite.
Leonardite a highly oxidized form of organic matter is technically known as a low rank coal between peats and sub-bituminous. It is oxidized by nature, resulting in a highly active humic acid.
STAR HUMIC ROOT contains 70% humic acid from leonardite, it is a slow-released organic fertilizer providing humic acid and multi mineral elements. Its humic acid improves soil structure, increases germination rate when applied into soil before seeding. It provides multiple elements essential to plant growth, improves quality and stimulates root development to help crops absorbing mineral nutrient from soil, hence decrease application of chemical fertilizers. It also enhances the crop resistance against draught, cold and disease.
Appearance: Black granular
Humic acid≥ 70%
Containing nutrient elements K, Ca, Mg and S
3. Packing of humic acid
20kg kraft humic acid bag