Product Details

Slow Release 36% Humic Fulvic Acid with NPK and Beneficial Bacteria

Model Number 36%
Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Product Information:

The raw materials of this product is seaweed. After processed by Physical crushing, high temperature extraction and other nutrient compounding, the seaweed is finally made to liquid seaweed fertilizer. The liquid seaweed fertilizer has all kinds of nutritional ingredient and active ingredient of seaweed including alginate, mannitol, Iodine, amino acid, alginate polysaccharide, carbohydrate, vitamin, CTK, mineral materials, micronutrient, etc. This product has following great function: increasing yield, disease resistance, stress resistance, etc.





Main Ingredient:

Specification Result
Amino Acid 20%
Organic Zinc 12%
Color blue lquid
Water Solubility 100%
density 1.3

Caution and Storage
1. Harmful if swallowed.
2. Keep out of reach children.
3. Avoid release to the environment.
4. Storing the product perfectly closed and in the fresh place without exceeding temperatures higher Than 46ºC.

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