Fulvic Acid (Tea bags)

Sizes: 20 gram, 10x20 gram, 375 gram, 10x375 gram

Fulvic acid has been used by Hydroponics’ Growers and professional growers in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales. It is an immediately available form of food, both to the plant, and the soil microbes needed for a healthy soil.

Fulvic Acid is compatible with a wide range of materials, whether they are acidic or alkaline. Arguably, Fulvic Acid is the

most valuable input in creating a healthy well-balanced soil for plants to thrive in. It is also described as the ‘missing link’ in plant nutrition.


  • Plants are less prone to wilting
  • Pythium and other Root Rot diseases have  been controlled
  • Increases & stimulates beneficial soil microbial activity & reduces harmful microbes
  • Powerful chelating agent
  • Increase uptake of foliar applied fertilizers,  insecticides, herbicides & fungicides
  • Increase soil moisture retention
  • Reduces costs by adding with Fertilisers, Insecticides, Herbicides, Fungicides and  reducing the product amount by up to 20%  without any negative effect
  • Fulvic Acid-chelated materials have a rapid entry through the plant membranes (as little  as 4 hours)
  • Increases root growth and healthy root  development for increased access to soil  nutrients  Increases brix levels in the plant
  • Increases stomata opening, also increasing photosynthesis. Useful in cloudy weather
  • Helps to increase yield
  • Stimulate cell elongation and division
  • Has a unique capacity to readily dissolve  minerals & trace elements
  • Detoxifies various pollutants in the soil  (herbicides, pesticides, heavy metals, etc) O Stabilise urea when soil applied
  • Increase the plants immune system

Fulvic Acid Uses

  • To combat & protect plants from root diseases O when wilting occurs in the plant
  • To reduce costs by adding with Fertilisers, Insecticides, Herbicides, Fungicides and reducing the product amount by up to 20% without any negative effect
  • Use as an additive to increase plant uptake
  • When organic carbon levels are low
  • When valuable soil nutrients are locked up and unavailable