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What is the difference between Humic acid and Fulvic acid?


Click on the image to visit Saosis online Shop to buy Humic acid based fertilizer.

Fulvic acid is the lowest molecular weight portion of humic substances.  By definition it will be golden in color where humic acid will be brown to black.  Because of its small molecular size, fulvic acid is able to penetrate the leaf and even the mitochondria of a cell which makes it great for foliar sprays and root drenches.  By comparison humic acid is a fantastic soil conditioner and better for dry broad cast and soil/soil-less application.

Typically each manufacturer will give a product analysis differentiating the fulvic from the humic; however some states do not accept fulvic acid analysis and will refer to all substances as humic acids.  To further confuse things, a standardized industry method for analyzing humic substances does not exist.  This creates a range of concentrations and analysis for humic products.  At the end of the day it is best to conduct bioassays and test the products yourself to see which one will do best.

Saosis is one of the leading manufacturer of Humic acid and Fulvic acid in India.


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Liquid Fertilizer

Liquid fertilizer

Liquid fertilizer (or fertiliser) is any organic or inorganic material of natural or manmade origin (other than liming materials) that is added to soil

Liquid Fertilizer (or fertiliser) is any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin (other than liming materials) that is added to soil to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants.

Liquid fertilizers are water-soluble liquid concentrates that mix with water. There are also powder fertilizer which can be mixed with water to make liquid fertilizer. They usually require a hose-end sprayer or watering can. The liquid nutrients generally last 1 to 2 weeks, so you need to reapply often. The advantage of liquid fertilizers is that they are quickly absorbed, so plants get their benefits soon after you apply them. They are great as a starter solution and for a quick boost during the growing season. These fertilizers are also useful to supplement granular fertilizers for potted plants because frequent watering of containers leaches nutrients.

Fish emulsion is a popular organic liquid concentrate fertilizer, but be forewarned that if raccoons and other critters are a problem in your garden, you my find some digging around fresh applications until the fishy aroma is gone. Bonnie Herb and Vegetable Plant Food is a liquid formula that you mix with water. You can apply it regularly through the growing season, or use it as a supplement. It is what we use on the plants in our greenhouses and can be found in stores alongside our plants.

At Saosis, We manufacture different types of liquid organic fertilizers. To know more about Saosis liquid organic fertilizer ( click here ). You can also visit our online shop to purchase liquid organic fertilizer ( Click here ). Alternatively you can call our sales executive to know more about our products.

  • Mr. S D Ghosh, Mobile no: +91 983060 9065 | Email:
  • Ms. Keya, Mobile no.: +91 833500 9065 | Email:
  • Mr. Amit, Mobile no.: +91 833600 9065 | Email:
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Sustainable Agriculture in India

Since the beginning of civilizations agriculture farming is one sector that impacts and in turn, is impacted the most by the environment. Hence sustainability of the human race in India and this world depends a lot on the environmental friendliness of our agriculture.

India is facing a food crisis thanks to the systematic uninterrupted destruction of agriculture land and food production systems over the last five decades through uncontrolled use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, mono-cropping, and other intensive agricultural practices. Instead of looking at the real problem the Indian government is favoring false solutions like genetically engineered (GE) food crops.

The Indian government’s policies have always emphasized food grain self-sufficiency, which has not necessarily coincided with agricultural sustainability. The growth of agricultural production and productivity, which had risen significantly during the 1970s and 1980s, declined during the 1990s. These slowdowns have worsened since 2000; both overall agricultural production and food grains production have shown negative growth rates in 2000-01 to 2002-03 periods (GoI, 2002). The decline in the growth rates of agricultural production and productivity is a serious issue considering the questions of food security, livelihood, and environment. As such, a critical examination of the approaches for sustainable agricultural development is necessary. This examination must be framed not only by India’s ongoing need to ensure food self-sufficiency but also by the consequences of access to international markets.