HUMATES: FULVIC ACID
OMRI & FIBL LISTED
What is Fulvic Acid?
Fulvic acid is a result of the microbial breakdown of organic matter in soils, known as humus. Humus contains humic acid. Within humic acid, a sub-set of smaller molecules develop known as the fulvic fraction.
Fulvic molecules chelate (bind) minerals in the soil creating fulvates. Fulvic molecules also exist in a free-form state meaning an acid that has no mineral attached.
The two forms of fulvic acid have a double action for plants and animals. The chelated minerals are easier for roots and cells to use, and the free-form fulvic activates your feed.
AGT-50 is fulvic-dominant and has both fulvates and free-form fulvic acid, as well as trace elements, other organic, and amino acids, plus phytochemicals. You won't find a higher, richer, fulvic acid supplement on the market.
AGT-50 is considerably higher in fulvic acid and lower in humic acid than other popular humate brands. AGT-50 is very high in FA and that means it can be used in combination with a humic acid product. It will increase not only your FA content but add an array of high-quality organic and amino acids, trace elements and minerals, and phytochemical micronutrients boosting your nutrient profile.