Benefits of Humic and Fulvic Acids

Benefits of Humic and Fulvic Acids in Cultivation

Humic and Fulvic acids are a group of molecules that bind to plant roots and increase nutrient and water uptake. These substances can be found in some soils, peat moss, and ocean water, however, the levels are generally low.
Adding humic and fulvic acids to a soil or soilless grow can greatly improve the
nutritional value and yield of a plant. It also helps to boost plant immunity and fight off pests and disease.

When humic and fulvic acids are used in any form of cultivation the plants will require less water and become more efficient at utilizing available nutrients in the soil or growing medium.

Adding humic and fulvic acids to a regular nutrient program will boost the effectiveness of the nutrients and produce larger, healthier plants. Humic and fulvic acids are also effective at regenerating over-farmed soil and replacing crucial minerals for plants to utilize while growing.

Humic and Fulvic Acids Across All Mediums

Humic and fulvic acids will work with any growing medium and can be used on any crop type. Quad Nutro offers a full line of products that work with hydroponic, aeroponic, soil and soilless growing mediums to enhance the benefits of a regular nutrient program.

Humic and fulvic acids are not nutrients themselves, but rather act to enhance and
supplement a regular nutrient program. Humic and fulvic acids are additives that cause plants to use nutrients and water more efficiently to promote larger plant yields and greater overall health of the plant. Humic and fulvic acids have been shown to be beneficial across a wide range of crops including cannabis, hemp orchards, traditional wine orchards and fruit, and vegetable plants. Use of humic and fulvic acids creates greater yields and better plant quality and keeps crops free from pests and diseases.

Organic Alternative

The use of humic and fulvic acids offer a great organic alternative to using traditional pesticides and heavy fertilizers and reducing harmful runoff from traditional soil grows.

Growers who utilize humic and fulvic acids are able to use less of these potentially
harmful products while still maximizing plant health and overall yields. Humic and fulvic acids are natural organic compounds and considered organic soil additives. Humic and fulvic acids carry a negative ionic charge and bind to positively charged nutrient ions. The humic and fulvic acids “carry” nutrients and water to the plant roots where they are needed for uptake.

Quad Nutro’s line of humic and fulvic acids carry one of the greatest negative ionic
charges in the industry, which leads to increased nutrient uptake and larger yields. Quad Nutro’s soil additives will boost the efficiency of nutrients and increase overall plant health.

Boosting Brix

Brix is a measurement that represents the dissolved solids in a plant’s liquid content. Higher Brix levels generally represent higher sugar levels in the plant, as well as increased proteins, minerals, and amino acids. Ensuring that Brix levels are in the ideal range for a plant will help boost plant immunity as well as increase yields and nutrient density of plants. One method of boosting Brix readings is to amend soils and growing mediums with humic and fulvic acids. This will cause increased nutrient and water uptake at the plant and roots and in turn allow for more sugar production. 

The Quad Nutro Difference

Quad Nutro offers a full line of products containing humic and fulvic acids to power up any nutrient program. Adding humic and fulvic acids to a growing medium will improve plant growth, immunity, and overall yield. Quad Nutro products work with any growing system in all mediums, including hydroponic and aeroponic gardens. Quad Nutro humic and fulvic acids also boast one of the largest negative charges in the industry. This increased negative ionic charge ensures that the maximum level of nutrients is being carried to the plant roots for utilization.

Take your cultivation to the next level by using Quad Nutro products to enhance your growing medium.

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