A process of millions of years
In the organic substance of the soil are distinguished in general two main components:
the organic substances non humified and humic substances.
The last, according to their solubility at different pH and to molecular weight, are divided in Humic and Fulvic Acids.
Humic acids are molecules with long chain, high molecular weight and are not soluble in acid conditions.
Fulvic acids instead have a low molecular weight, are extremely bio-active and are soluble both in acid and alkaline ambience.
They may have different origins, (peat, plant and animal residues, compost, etc) but our humic and fulvic acids origine from Leonardite, a fossil humus formed from a natural humification of large forests during millions of years, and for their nature are considered to be those with the best agronomic properties.
The main difference between the Leonardite and other sources of the humic and fulvic acids is that its particular molecular structure is extremely bioactive and therefore is four times more biologically effective than any other source of humic substance.
A slow and complex microbiological transformation and processes of advanced extraction, allow to obtain products able to meet all the needs of modern agriculture.