Fulvic Acid – helps nutrient uptake and is a nutrient transporter for faster results when feeding tomatoes.
What is Fulvic Acid?
It is a natural product from nature that improves the way plants transport food.
It can be given at each stage of growth, from seedlings through to fruiting plants and will maximise the efficiency of all nutrients that are available in the soil, or given to plants out of a packet.
Fulvic acid can be fed to roots or applied as a foliar spray – either way it starts work immediately and improves results all-round.
Fulvic Acid May Help Avoid Blossom End Rot
One particular advantage is that it may help transport calcium around a plant’s system to where it is needed, helping to avoid Blossom End Rot.
Some minerals such as nitrogen and magnesium are freely available around a plant’s system. This means that when called on, nitrogen can be moved from lower leaves to upper leaves and is one reason why lower leaves often turn yellow as they give (transport) their nitrogen to leaves higher-up the plant.
Calcium is normally an immobile element which means “where it goes it stays”.
When the tomatoes are growing, if there is not enough calcium available via the roots or from a direct foliar application, the tomatoes won’t receive enough calcium and are unable to develop fully – Blossom End Rot is the result.
However, fulvic acid may help calcium to be moved around a plant more easily and helps plants to move nutrients to where they are needed.
When nutrients are available to a plant, in the amounts required, growth is quick and healthy.
These are some of the many benefits of using a fulvic acid. Find out more at this link: