Positive effects of humus (humic acid) in your (kitchen) garden

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    Improves the soil structure
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    Stimulates microbial activity
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    Promotes flower and fruit growth
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    Increases the absorption of nutrients
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    Stimulates root growth
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    Strengthens plant disease resistance
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    For better water management

Positive effects of fulvic acid in your (kitchen) garden

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    Increases the absorption of nitrogen and nutrients
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    Better and greater root growth and biomass
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    Accelerated development of cuttings
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    Use as an additive to foliar feeding
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    Boosts seed germination
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    Increases the yield and improves the disease resistance of grass, plants and crops

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Soil

A humus-rich soil forms a healthy basis for plants, grass and/or crops in your (kitchen) garden. In the past, farmers had rich and fertile soil at their disposal. Unfortunately, nowadays the soil is much poorer due to the use of fertilizers and pesticides. A humus-rich soil has a healthy soil life; this allows plants to develop a healthy root system and they will therefore grow into a healthy and strong plant. Would you like to know what kind of soil you have? And how you can effectively treat it so that you have a healthy soil as the basis for your plants?Read all about humus, humic acid and your soil here »
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Kitchen garden F.A.Q.

Humus, humic acid and fulvic acid are indispensable in the (kitchen) garden. 
But what are the best practices for your garden? How do you use fulvic acid for roses, or fertilize your tub plants with humic acid?

The answers to all your questions can be found in our (kitchen) garden F.A.Q.Read the answers to your questions here »