Humic Acid is Beneficial in plant growth
Humic Acids are large carbon-based molecules that also contain oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, and phosphorus. Humic acids work best in soil where they unlock nutrients and bind to them, making them available for uptake to plants. Humic Acid not only raises cation exchange capacity (CEC) or nutrient-holding capacity of soil, it also holds calcium and other micronutrients in forms that are easy for plants to uptake.
Humic acid contains numerous negatively charged anions that attract or hold onto positively charged cations in the soil. The cations growers are concerned with include a host of micro elements good for growing plants, with calcium, ammonium, magnesium, and iron among the most important.
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