The water soluble fertilizer with humic and fulvic acids
Humic acids play an important role in plant growth. In combination with
fulvic acids, which are a special form of humic acids with a lower molecular
weight and a higher oxygen content, they improve the structure of the
soil, provide a favourable environment for microbial activity, significantly
stimulate root growth, increase yield and fruits quality.
The high quality water soluble NPK fertilizer BiesterSOL humic contains
a very high percentage of humic and fulvic acids. Made of only the best
raw materials of European origin, it uses phosphorus (P) derivated from
mono-ammonical and mono-potassium phosphates as well as potassium
derivated from nitrate and is enriched with a special trace element mix
containing boron, iron, manganese, copper or zinc to improve the physical-
chemical characteristics. BiesterSOL
humic is extremely pure and
does not contain any harmful substances like chlorine or sodium.
Perfect combination for each stage of vegetation
BiesterSOL humic is available in two versions. “Alpha” with its high
percentages of N and P is ideally suited for the early stages of vegetation,
whereas “Omega” with a high share of K is perfectly suited for the final
stages including fruit development and maturation.
Being 100% water soluble, BiesterSOL humic can be used in all kinds of
irrigation systems: for drip irrigation and sprinkler systems, for soil grown
crops and with hydroponic systems and in greenhouses as well as in open
field cultivations. .
Easy handling and application
Thanks to the use of a unique drying facility during the production process,
BiesterSOL humic contains almost no humidity. This assures that
the product does not cake, has an extended shelf life and is always freeflowing.
These characteristics increase the solubility and facilitate the dosing.
BiesterSOL humic is packaged in high-quality aluminium bags with a
special durability. The application of BiesterSOL humic is easy and time
saving. The high product quality reduces the risk of leaching as well as of
any water eutrophication.