Leonardite

Leonardite

The content of HUMIC and FULVIC acids in NATURAL sources (%)
Leonardite 65-85
Black peat 10-40
Sapropel 10-20
Brown coal 10-30
Humus 5-15
Compost 2-5
Soils 1-5
Sludge 1-5
Coal 0-1
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  • Humic and Fulvic acids are the final break-down constituents of the natural decay of plant and animal materials.
  • 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.