Fulvic 25 receives Soil Association approval for organic production

Marketed in the UK by Solufeed Fulvic 25 is used by growers of soft fruits and salads as a soil conditioner.

Solufeed technical sales manager Jack Holden
Solufeed technical sales manager Jack Holden

Fulvic 25 is a new, natural formulation of fulvic acid that is a by-product of water purification. The source is water drawn from 300 metres below ground level of certain peaty soil areas in The Netherlands.

This product increases the availability and uptake of essential minerals and nutrients by restoring healthy soil properties in depleted soils and peat or coir based composts.

Fulvic 25 can be used in sequence with all other Plant Health Cure soil amendment products to further improve soils and growing media. 


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