Mineral potassium fulvic acid VS biochemical potassium fulvic acid
Don't be fooled! Mineral potassium fulvic acid VS biochemical potassium fulvic acid is really different!
Mineral potassium fulvate is an organic compound extracted from lignite and weathered coal. The fulvic acid is combined with potassium oxide to form a relatively stable soil remediation product.
So why do farmers say that the potassium fulvate is used as a pile of mud? He must have regarded the biochemical potassium fulvate as the mineral potassium fulvate. The same is potassium fulvate, so is the difference between the two?
In fact, the fulvic acid in the biochemical potassium fulvate is mainly derived from some industrial products such as sugar alcohol and monosodium glutamate. It has relatively few active functional groups and relatively more polysaccharides and lignins. These substances are easier to absorb moisture and moisture , so after opening the bag or before opening the bag, it will absorb moisture when exposed to high temperature.
Of course, we can’t blame the peasant friends, because they only think that they are all potassium fulvate, regardless of the mineral source or biochemical. But from the exterior , we can clearly distinguish whether it is mineral source or biochemical potassium fulvic acid. Biochemical fulvate is generally yellow, while mineral fulvic acid is generally pure black, which is very easy to distinguish.
After understanding which will become mud, we must pay attention to the different usage of the two. Although the two potassium fulvate have the effects of promoting roots, improving soil, stimulating growth and resisting stress, they are both very good synergists, but the mineral potassium fulvate is more good at promoting the activity of enzymes. This is why we often see that mineral-source potassium fulvate is effective in the cold and drought resistance of crops, because as long as root application, leaching, and spraying, it will decompose in 2-3 days, and it will be seen in about 1 week.
The biochemical potassium fulvate is not suitable for spraying and drip irrigation, it is only suitable for soil root application , which is also the big difference between the two. In contrast, mineral-source potassium fulvate has more humus and higher activity. Of course, the dosage is much less, which is more resistant to various crops. Both have very good results.
But it is not to say that biochemical potassium fulvate is not good. It has a low price and large volume of organic matter. After root application, it can neutralize the increase ratio of carbon and nitrogen in the soil and promote soil improvement . It is necessary to pay attention to biochemical Potassium fulvate is easy to absorb moisture, so be careful when transporting and storing it.