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0.70 KGS
Price per Litre:
50g £0.01 | 250g £0.006 | 500g £0.004


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Powerful bio-stimulant. 70 minerals & trace elements. + 10% Potassium


  • Terpene production
  • Nutrient uptake
  • Bioactivity
  • Solubilises potassium
  • PH stability
  • Drought resistance

Humic and Fulvic acids are the final break-down constituents of the natural decay of plant and animal materials. These organic acids are found in pre-historic deposits. Humic matter is formed through the chemical and biological humification of plant and animal matter and through the biological activities of micro-organisms. Humic acids are complex molecules that exist naturally in soils, peats, oceans and fresh waters. The one source of humic acids are the sedimentation layers referred to as Leonardite. These layers were originally deep in the earth’s crust, but over many years have been exhumed to near-surface location. 

  • Nitrogen 0%
  • Phosphorous 0%
  • Potassium 10%

Contains over 70 trace minerals, vitamins, amino acids, nutrient activator, transporter, pH buffer, soil improver, microbe food source and source of potassium.

Usage Guide

Highly soluble biostimulant, add directly to your reservoir while stirring. 
Use it in addition to your usual base feed, every 3 weeks at:

  • 0.05g/L | 0.2g/gal 
  • 0.5g/10L | 2g/10gal
  • 5g/100L | 20g/100gal
  • 1/32tsp/L | 1/8tsp/gal
Use as an effective foliar treatment
Powerful bio-stimulant. 70 minerals & trace elements.

Humic acids physically modify the structure of the soil, with benefits such as: • Improved structure of soil: Prevents high water and nutrient losses in light, sandy soils, simultaneously converting them into fruitful soils by way of decomposition. In heavy and compact soils, aeration of soil and water retention is improved; cultivation measures are facilitated. • Prevents soil cracking, surface water runoff and soil erosion by increasing the ability of colloids to combine. • Helps the soil loosen and crumble, and thus increases aeration of soil as well as soil workability. • Increases water holding capacity of soil and thus helps resist drought. • Darkens the color of the soil and thus helps absorption of the sun’s energy. Humic acids chemically change the fixation properties of the soil, with benefits such as: • Neutralizes both acid and alkaline soils; regulates the pH-value of soils. • Improves and optimizes the uptake of nutrients and water by plants. • Increases buffering properties of soil. • Acts as natural chelator for metal ions under alkaline conditions and promote their uptake by the roots. • Becomes rich in both organic and mineral substances essential to plant growth. • Retains water soluble inorganic fertilizers in the root zones and reduces leaching. • Possesses extremely high cation-exchange capacities. • Promotes the conversion of nutrient elements (N, P, K + Fe, Zn and other trace elements) into forms available to plants. • Enhances the uptake of nitrogen by plants. • Reduces the reaction of phosphorus with Ca, Fe, Mg and Al and liberates it into a form that is available and beneficial to plants. The productivity of particular mineral fertilizers is increased considerably. • Liberates carbon dioxide from soil calcium carbonate and enables its use in photosynthesis. • Helps to eliminate chlorosis due to iron deficiency in plants. • Reduces the availability of toxic substances in soils.

Stock solution guide:

For auto dose systems such as Dosatron, or Intellidose, you will need to make a concentrated stock solutions, we recommend the following recipe for dosing system tanks:

  • Add 1g/ L of water for a stock solution.  
    Add  5-10ml of stock solution per Litre of water in your reservoir

  • Add 4g/Gallon of water for a stock solution.  
    Add 2.5-5ml of stock solution per Gallon of water in your reservoir