EM™ Fulvic Acid
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EM Fulvic is a powerful extract from humates designed to mobilise and naturally chelate elements in the soil.
EM Fulvic is a leonardite based, concentrated liquid product containing a minimum of 12.5% Fulvic acid combined with EM. Fulvic Acid is a powerful extract from humates which offers a host of benefits for both the soil and the plant. This product has been designed to mobilise and naturally chelate elements in the soil. EM Fulvic is also designed to be combined with liquid nutrition to enhance mineral uptake. Because of the small size of fulvic acid molecules, they will easily be absorbed by the plant roots, stems and leaves, carrying nutrients and growth promoting substances from plant surfaces into plant tissues.
Using EM Fulvic will:
- Improves nutrient uptake
- Effective natural chelating agent
- Provides microbial food source
- Improves water storage to enhance drought resistance
- Improves efficacy of applied products
- High CEC binds nutrients in the soil to reduce losses
- Ideal buffer of liquid N products
- Can interact with sunlight to enhance photosynthesis
Fulvic Acid (12.5%), EM (80%) and Amino Acids (2%).
Price is for a 20L we also sell in 200L and 1000L containers. Please contact email@example.com for pricing on large volumes
How long does shipping take?
It can vary depending on your location but as a general rule we expect it to take 1-2 days for the South Island, 2-3 days for the North Island and generally an extra day for rural delivery.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for delivery costs on large volumes.
JonoFrew, Regenerative Consultant and Farmer, Kurow, NZ
“EM Fulvic has been great in spray outs, we use EM Fulvic to enhance the uptake of Glyphosate and reduce the applied rate”
EM Fulvic - Product Information Video
What is EM?
Effective microorganisms or EM are mixed cultures of beneficial microorganisms that can be applied as inoculants to increase the microbial diversity of soils and plants which, in turn, can improve soil health, and the growth, yield, and quality of crops.
How does EM actually work?
There is documented scientific evidence to indicate that EM cultures can
(a) suppress soil-borne pathogens,
(b) accelerate the decomposition of organic wastes and residues,
(c) increase the availability of mineral nutrients and useful organic compounds to plants,
(d) enhance the activities of beneficial, indigenous microorganisms, e.g., mycorrhizae,
(e) fix atmospheric nitrogen, and
(f) reduce the need for chemical fertilisers and pesticides.
Actually, EM tends to simulate the "rotation effect," a term used by agronomists to describe the regeneration of beneficial soil microorganisms and suppression of harmful ones which results from crop rotation.
Is EM an organic product?
Yes, EM is certified organic by BioGrow NZ and can be used in all types of organic systems.
What can EM be used for?
EM has a huge range of uses around the home, garden, farm, business, or industrial zone. Today EM is used in many systems pertaining to agriculture and environmental management. These range from crop and animal production systems, to livestock and aquaculture units. EM is used widely in environmental management for decomposition and more importantly for recycling of wastes, both solids and liquids.
The application and use of EM technology in NZ is wide and varied:
- From crops like peas, wheat, linseed to onions, potatoes, carrots and beans.
- From sheep, cows and deer, to pigs and chickens
- From wine grapes and olives to saffron and lavender
- From recycling food waste in restaurants and schools back to gardens
- From household food waste to larger office blocks and Universities collecting lunchtime food waste.
- From small composting toilets in holiday homes to large composting toilets in mountain chalets for trampers and mountaineers.
- From controlling odours at commercial and large municipal composting sites to controlling odours and improving water quality at vineyards treating their own wastewater.
Whilst initially the use of EM was confined to Agriculture, in recent times the growth sector has been vineyards and waste management. Visit the industries section of this website to find out more about EM's uses.