Acids positively influence the fertility of a soil, favoring microbial activity and performing various actions depending on the type of soil where we apply them. This action on microorganisms also acts as a very efficient soil regenerator.
They help to improve the structure of the soil, managing to improve the permeability of the soil and increase aeration at the root level of the plant.
They help to increase the cationic exchange of macro and micronutrients, improve the water retention capacity and therefore a loss of nutrients by leaching is avoided.
In general, the application of acids in the soil contribute to the unblocking of nutrients and act as natural complexing agents, facilitating their assimilation in the plant.
Among the beneficial effects that they cause on the plant we can observe: an increase in the roots, therefore a greater absorption of nutritive elements; a greater vegetative development; they favor physiological processes and contribute to a higher yield of the crop.
Trade Name: Phosphoric Acid
Phosphoric acid is a substance with the chemical formula H3PO4, it is a relatively weak acid compound, which belongs to the category of oxoacids. It is classified as E-338 additive, it is a transparent, slightly yellowish liquid, with a crystalline appearance, with a relative density of 1.7, it reaches its boiling point at 158°C, and its melting point at 21°C.
The most significant consumption of the phosphoric acid produced is oriented to the formulation of fertilizers and detergents.
It is used in: The production of complex fertilizers, the formulation of detergents, soaps and degreasers, as an acidulant in the production of balanced food for the livestock and pet industry, as a flavoring agent in drinks, jams, jellies and cheeses and for cleaning or polish metal surfaces.
Trade Name: Boric Acid
Presentation: Granular or Powder
Boric acid is a mineral or chemical compound. It can be found in nature such as plants, seawater, etc. It has extensive properties that make it useful in many fields. It can be said that it can be used as a poison for pests, at the same time to benefit the health of the skin and treat various conditions, since it is a powerful antiseptic, it also has properties in the field of agriculture, in the field of medicine, in the industrial field, for wood preservation as it is an excellent fire retardant.
It is described as a white powder originating from boron; as its own name indicates. The dissolution or mixture with water is what makes possible the utility of this mineral in a large number of applications in many fields.