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|The content of HUMIC and FULVIC acids in NATURAL sources (%)
- Humic and Fulvic acids are the final break-down
constituents of the natural decay of plant and animal
- 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.
- The decomposition of concentrated organic HUMIC
AND FULVIC acids is a lengthy process taking millions
of years in the natural environment.