- Supply Ability : 1000 Kilograms Per Day
Price And Quantity
- 150.00 - 160.00 INR/Kilograms
- 100 Kilograms
- 1000 Kilograms Per Day
- 1 Week
Owing to our expertise in this domain, we are engaged in offering excellent quality Humic Acid. This chemical is widely used for promoting soil-less growth of seedlings and all crops. Offered chemical is processed using finest quality chemical compounds with the help of latest techniques by our professionals. This Humic Acid is used in diverse industries like cement, fertilizer, ceramic, water treatment, pharmaceutical, etc.
- Accurate composition
- No side effect
- Long shelf life
- Easily soluble
Agriculture : Featured with high amount of organic content, the natural humic acid is used as a suitable supplement for the organic fertilizer and as a key ingredient of humates based fertilizer. Apart from that, this product is utilized to restore the vitality of soil, to regulate the growth of plants and to enhance the effectiveness of fertilizer.
Industry : It acts as a fluid stabilizer during oil drilling process, as an additive in cement and ceramic production technique, as a waste water treatment agent in sewage treatment plant and as a cathodal plate additive.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the purpose of humic acid?
Ans - Overview. Plants in decay release a substance called humic acid. It's used to create medicines by people. Humic acid is taken by people to boost their immune systems and cure viral diseases such the swine flu, avian flu, and the flu.
2. What is the ideal humic acid source?
Ans - The sedimentation layers of soft brown coal known as leonite are the best source of humic acids.
3. Humic acid: a fertiliser or not?
Ans - Humic acids aren't typically thought of as fertilisers. Humic (and fulvic) acids improve the overall growing environment while increasing the availability and uptake of certain nutrients that fertilisers do not supply to plants.
4. Can I combine humic acid with fertiliser?
Ans - The structure of humic acid and its ability to stimulate the growth and nutrient uptake of maize seedlings are both impacted by the addition of phosphate fertiliser.
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