Humic and Fulvic acids in Top·Max™
The extraordinary way Top·Max™ assists in the flow of nutrients is made possible through the use of humic acids, which are formed over millions of years by deposits of vegetables and soil. Its main source is a deposit called Leonardite, which is the material with greatest organic concentration in the planet. Leonardite was formed from trees and vegetation that grew, flourished, and died during the carboniferous period 300 million years ago.
Fulvic acids are responsible for healthy floral growth. They are reclaimed from certain exceptionally rich sources of humate deposits found deep within the earth. They contain a natural electrical charge that attracts nutrients and minerals from both the microbiological soil base and the applied organic fertilizers. Due to its particular properties it is responsible, together with humic acids, for contributing energy to old cells and stimulating new ones.