Humates and fulvates (the basic ingredients of humus) are complex compounds formed by microbiological decomposition of natural organic matter of plant origin. Humin and fulvic acid are not nutrients, but substances that help assimilate the basic NPK nutrients, as well as other nutrients. These substances represent one of the most active biochemical substances in nature. They work equally well via the root system as well as through the leaf.
Humi and Fulvi products are organic soil cultivators, based on Humic and Fulvine acids, intended for land with long exploitation and high mineralization (greenhouses), as well as for sand and clay soils.
The use of these products directly increases the content of humus substances in the soil, the chelating of microelements is carried out (making them become more adoptive), assimilation of phosphorus, stimulates the activity of the root system, accelerates the synthesis of chlorophyll, accelerates seed germination, the chelating of microelements in the soil is effected, it is affected on the permeability of cell membranes, the development of useful microorganisms is stimulated, it improves and stimulates plant resistance to pathogenic organisms. It is very important that these products are applied before the critical stages in plant production, such as: transplantation and various conditions of stress (low or high temperature, damage, pesticidal treatments, etc.)