What are the benefits of humic acid?
Throughout history, farmers have used humic acid to generate healthier plants and a higher crop yield. Today, humic acids are even more essential than ever, for the reasons mentioned above. Here are just a few of the many benefits of humic acid.
- Increases nutrient uptake
- Increases water-holding capacity in soil
- Improves the overall soil structure.
- Stimulates microbial activity
- Regulates the pH-value of soils.
- Chelates toxins from the soil.
- Helps to eliminate iron chlorosis by increasing iron uptake
- Improves overall plant health, helping plants better resist predators and disease
- Stimulates root growth, which increases crop volume
- Increases germination
The Role Of Humic Acid In Plant Growth
For crops, humic and fulvic acids are chelators. They combine minerals to make them into organic compounds that can be ingested by plants more easily. They also enable the soil to hold more water and can increase the water infiltration of the soil. Additionally, humic and fulvic acids restrict toxins present in the soil, reducing the amount of harmful substances that reach the crop’s roots.
Humates come from a variety of sources, such as shale, coal, and mudstone. Different sources and processing procedures yield widely varied humate fertilizer products.
How to Use Humic Acid in House Plants
- Take 10-15 Gram Of Go Garden Humic Acid
- Then Mix it with 2 Liter of Water.
- Use 1 cup 150-200Ml of Solution base upon the Size of Plant
- Repeat in Every 15 Days (As Per Your Requirement )