Difference between potassium humate and potassium Fulvate
Potassium fulvate: The main component of potassium fulvate is a short carbon chain molecular structure substance.
Potassium humate: Potassium humate is a non-uniform aromatic hydroxy carboxylate with a black granule or powdery solid. It is a product obtained by finely selecting lignite and then extracting it with KOH liquid. It is soluble in water. It is alkaline and contains active groups such as a carboxyl group and a phenolic hydroxyl group.
Source is different
Application is different
Potassium fulvic acid: Potassium fulvic acid is mainly used in agriculture and horticulture industries.
Potassium humate: Potassium humate is mainly used in agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, petroleum, chemical, building materials, medical and health, environmental protection and other fields.
Advantages are different
Potassium fulvate acid can activate the squash soil, promote the physiological metabolism of various melons, fruits and vegetables and field crops, promote the development of roots and flourish stems and leaves.
Potassium humate can increase the content of available potassium in soil, increase the absorption and utilization of potassium by crops, and combine Potassium humate and potassium, phosphorus and potassium required by plants to become a multifunctional high-efficiency compound fertilizer.
It is also used in soil improvement, plant production stimulants and fertilizer effect enhancers. It can stimulate the rapid rooting of crops, multi-rooting, robust growth, increase chlorophyll, Vc content and sugar content, play a drought, cold and disease resistance, or a high quality and low cost complexing agent.
The product is all water-soluble, acid-base resistant, anti-divalent ion, and can be co-dissolved with various trace elements and a large number of elements, without flocculation.
Used as a main ingredient or additive for foliar fertilizer, organic fertilizer, fertilization or organic fertilizer. It also has functions such as improving soil, promoting crop growth, improving crop resilience, improving crop quality, and protecting agricultural ecological environment.