Humic Growth Solution’s Diamond Grow Organic Ful-Grow Gold is a high quality, completely organic liquid Fulvic Acid that is made with the finest organic materials available. We start with a natural occurring oxidized sub-bituminous coal that is rich in Humic Acid and Fulvic Acid. We carefully process Ful-Grow Gold without the use of invasive chemicals, screen out any impurities and filter for the highest quality product. Diamond Grow TM products are backed by scientific research proving effectiveness. We continually perform quality control testing to insure the highest quality and consistency. Ful-Grow Gold is classified as a non-hazardous material and has the lowest toxicity values. It is best used as a foliar spray or low pH liquid fertilizer or micronutrient enhancer.
- Boosts cation exchange
- Stimulates plant metabolism
- Positive effect on plant DNA and RNA
- Increases enzyme activity
- Acts as catalyst in plant respiration
- Enhances permeability of cell members
- Enhances cell division and cell elongation
- Aids Chlorophyll synthesis
- Increases drought tolerance and prevents wilting
- Restores electrochemical balance
- Detoxifies various pollutants
Humic Growth Solutions Diamond Grow Ful-Grow Gold F-20 is ideal for use on all soils and plants under all conditions. Fulvic acid is a small compound that can easily enter the cells of plants. It acts as a natural chelating agent binding to nutrients to create Fulvic acid rich complexes. These complexes are then readily absorbed by the plants’ leaves effectively increasing the efficiency of the plants’ uptake of nutrients. It also helps plants absorb needed nutrients that they are otherwise incapable to absorb. It is fast acting and highly effective at delivering Fulvic acid to the plant. In combination with fertilization, it allows you to get the most out of your fertilization program and may even reduce the amount of nutrients applied.
Fulvic from the word 'fulvus' meaning yellow, fulvic acids are light yellow to golden in color. Hence, the reference to ‘gold’ in our Ful-Grow Gold brand name products containing fulvic acid.
Fulvic acid is considered the miracle of minerals because it not only affects plants it affects us. Before commercial farming depleted nutrients from the soil, fulvic acid was abundant in the foods consumed by humans. The introduction of NPK fertilizers, for the production of super crops and the overuse of land has left the soil void of this vital mineral. The natural ingestion of plant based fulvic acid in the human diet has decreased to a minimal amount. Many natural health care practitioners are recommending fulvic acid to patients as an immune system booster, detoxifier and to help with the absorption of vitamins and minerals from foods.
The agricultural benefits of fulvic acids have enormous potential to heal soils of the world and neutralize radioactive and toxic wastes. It also decreases the need for antibiotic use in feed lot animals and birds, increasing healthy growth. This miracle molecule, fulvic acid passes through plants’ cell walls with ease. Fulvic acid acts as a claw or chelating agent attaching to minerals that would otherwise be rendered useless to plants. Essential nutrients and vitamins, which plants may not be able to assimilate easily, will piggyback on the fulvic acid to be transported to all cells that need them. This miracle molecule has incredible potential when used for soil enrichment, in hydroponic applications and as a foliar spray.
Fulvic acid is a bi-product of humic acid. Humic acid is extracted from any material containing well-decomposed organic matter - soil, coal, composts, etc. As humic material is decomposed by living microbes, these microbes create the most biologically complex organic compounds on earth, fulvic acid. There is perhaps no substance more vital to life than the biologically-derived compounds known as fulvic acid.
Fulvic acids enter into all living processes within the plant and animal kingdoms. When necessary, they act as 'free-radical' scavengers, supply vital electrolytes, enhance and transport nutrients, catalyze enzyme reactions, increase assimilation, stimulate metabolism, chelate and change inorganic minerals into organically complexed minerals, solubilize, energize and transport major and trace elements to the site of need, and demonstrate amazing capacity for electrochemical balance. Fulvic acids are involved in indispensable biochemical reactions which influence all biological life-forms, both plant and animal.
Fulvic acid is a natural mineral which has survived through the many years of evolution on Earth. It is one of the best, and most basic minerals to encourage healty plant growth. It has chemical properties that allow plants to absorb more nutrients, and increases water storage capacity within the plant. Fulvic is so powerful that one fulvic molecule is capable of carrying 60 or more minerals and trace elements into the cells. It also prolongs the time that essential nutrients remain in the plant cells, maximizing nutritional potential. Fulvic acid increases plant metabolism thus naturally increasing growth.
One property of fulvic acid is its ability to assimilate with other minerals in the ground when in a soluble state. It helps turn minerals into a more organic, usable product. When the minerals turn more organic, they are more readily and easily absorbed by plant roots. On top of this, fulvic acid transmits immunity to all living things. It reacts to everything including living cells, plants, animals, and even microscopic organisms.
Plants treated with regular diet of fulvic acid have a greater resistance to fluctuations in pH. The fulvic acid acts as a shock absorber because the nitrogen it contains is slowly released. This is extremely important since an excess of acidity will make minerals insoluble to plants while an alkaline pH will burn the plant.
Fulvic acid may be administered via foliar applications. It has a very low molecular weight which facilitates penetration into plants. Nutrients can be quickly delivered to all sites within the plant correcting deficiencies and restoring natural balance. To increase the number of internodes or flower sites a plant produces, fulvic acid can be foliar sprayed as soon as the first flower sites appear. Fulvic acid applications will also slow down the vertical growth of plants.
The use of fulvic acids in agriculture improves the structure of soil, retaining moisture, encouraging aeration of the root and providing the plant with nutrients including nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, sulfur and micronutrients. It contributes to the conversion of minerals from non-assailable to soluble form through the release of carbonic gas.
The most exciting discovery in glasshouse agriculture in recent years is the application of fulvic acid in hydroponic or soilless cultivation. Agricultural scientists have been aware of the benefits of soil applications of fulvic acid for many years. However, it was only recently discovered that fulvic acid could provide the same benefits to soilless crop production.
Adding fulvic acid to the nutrient solution once plants are established, around the second week, strengthens their immunities and increases their resistance to stress. Plants are not as susceptible to slight environmental changes in temperature or humidity. Fulvic acid will not compensate for poor hydroponic cultural practices however it does offer a buffer against minor inconsistencies.
Nutrient up take is definitely enhanced when fulvic acid is added to the solution. Plants receive a steady supply of food as they require it. Sediment is reduced or eliminated from the nutrient solution when fulvic acid is added. Fulvic acid discourages binding which can cause minerals to fall out of suspension, rendering them unusable to plants.
The overall increase in plant health and strength is probably the most notable advantage observed from using fulvic acid. Strong plants are more resistant to disease, fungus, mould and insects, eliminating or diminishing the need for pesticide and fungicide use.
More flower sites and stronger stem growth add to the benefits of using fulvic acid in agricultural applications.
Healthy plants produce healthy fruit, full of vitamins and minerals. Fulvic acid will help ensure that plants meet their highest growth and nutritional potential.
Investigations are ongoing into other applications for fulvic acid. This miracle molecule may unleash hidden secrets to overall health and wellness in humans. For now fulvic acid offers growers the golden opportunity to produce strong, hearty crops abundant in fruit rich in nutrients and minerals.