|Classification:||Potassium Fertilizer||Type:||Potassium Humate||CAS No.:||68514-28-3|
|Other Names:||Humi-K plus fulvic||MF:||Humi-K plus fulvic||EINECS No.:||9421-53-6|
|Place of Origin:||China (Mainland)||Release Type:||Quick||State:||Powder|
|Purity:||100%||Application:||Foliar/Liquid Fertilizer||Brand Name:||HUMINRICH|
|Packaging Detail:||PP. woven bag or Paper bag at buyer's option(or as your required)|
|Delivery Detail:||Within 15 working days after receipt of payment or L/C|
Humic acid(dry base) 55-60%
Fulvic Acid (dry basis) 15-20%
Water Solubility 100%
Shenyang Humate Technology Co.,Ltd
We Shenyang Humate Technology Co., Ltd, specialize in supplying Humic Fulvic Acid, Seaweed Extract, Amino Acid, Sodium Lignosulphonate, Bentonite, Diatomite, Cat Litter, etc. All our products enjoy good reputation and feedbacks by our customers.
Potassium humate (K-humate) is obtained by alkaline extraction of lignite or brown coal or leonardite and is used commercially as a soil conditioner.Also can be used in agriculture as a biostimulator, stimulates plants growth rate, fishes non-specific and warm-blooded animals specific immunity and adaptive capabilities
Our fulvic acid product made of high grade fulvic leonardite and plants; it not only contains high content fulvic acid, but also rich in race elements and other necessary nutrients; 100% water soluble and no deposit. It is a kind of high efficiency multi-functional organic fertilizer.
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Commodity: HA Humus Soil Regulator-powder humic acid Humate As
High Grade Leonardite
Humic acid(dry base)
Fulvic Acid (dry basis)
Humi-K plus fulvic
Place of Origin
Within 15 working days after receipt of payment or L/C
PP. woven bag or Paper bag at buyer's option(or as your required)
Fulvic acid is a part of the humic structure in rich composting soil. It is an acid created in extremely small amounts by the action of millions of beneficial microbes, working on decaying plant matter in a soil environment with adequate oxygen. It is of low molecular weight and is biologically very active.
Fulvic acid usually carriers 70 or more minerals and trace elements as part of its molecular complexes. These are then in ideal natural form to be absorbed by plant roots and interact with living cells. Plants readily absorb high amounts of fulvic acid, and maintain it in their structure.
Generally, low-molecular-weight substances are 100% permeable to cell menbranes, and high-molecular-weight substances are not. Fulvic and , in conjunction with water, is very low-molecular- weight and thus in tis pure from 100% absorbable to living cells. Furthermore, fulvic acid lowers the surface tension of water allowing the water to penetrate other ORGANIC molecules better, and ha been shown to increase aolubility of otherwise insoluble organic materials at lease 20 times or 2,000% greater than water alone. Fulvic acids can fix high-molecular-weight ORGANIC compounds and cause them to become water soluble. Fulvic acids also has the ability ,over time, to chelate inorganic elements,metals and other inorganic compounds and turn them into organic molecules thus making them soluble ,low-molecular-weigt, and absorbable.
Humic substances are formed by the microbial degradation of dead plant matter, such as lignin. They are very resistant to further biodegradation. The precise properties and structure of a given sample depend on the water or soil source and the specific conditions of extraction. Nevertheless, the average properties of humic substances from different sources are remarkably similar.
Humic substances in soils and sediments can be divided into three main fractions: humic acids, fulvic acids, and humin. The humic and fulvic acids are extracted as a colloidal sol from soil and other solid phase sources into a strongly basic aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide. Humic acids are precipitated from this solution by adjusting the pH to 1 with hydrochloric acid, leaving the fulvic acids in solution. This is the operational distinction between humic and fulvic acids. Humin is insoluble in dilute alkali. The alcohol-soluble portion of the humic fraction is, in general, named ulmic acid. So-called "gray humic acids" (GHA) are soluble in low-ionic-strength alkaline media; "brown humic acids" (BHA) are soluble in alkaline conditions independent of ionic strength; and fulvic acids (FA) are soluble independent of pH and ionic strength.
Liquid chromatography and liquid-liquid extraction can be used to separate the components that make up a humic substance. Substances identified include mono-, di-, and tri-hydroxy acids, fatty acids, dicarboxylic acids, linear alcohols, phenolic acids, and terpenoids.