RAW Full Up: up take
RAW Full Up (uptake) is water Soluble and contains 10% soluble Humic Acids which are derived from Peat. The amber color of RAW Full Up reflects this particular form of Humic Acid. Use RAW Full Up in conjunction with all nutrients and supplements for optimal Uptake throughout all stages of Growth and Bloom. It is a beneficial supplement to all feeding schedules. Its also ideal for adding to foliar sprays and for creating optimal recipe solutions. Works in conjunction with all nutrient and feeding programs.
SOD protects the cell walls, allowing better uptake of water and nutrients. SOD also protects the chloroplast and mitochondrial membranes, allowing better utilization of light from photosynthesis and better energy production from cellular metabolism. The extra levels of SOD and other antioxidants stimulated by the seaweed/humic acid combination conditions the plant to quickly recover and remain growing under sub-optimal conditions.
Improves Availability of Essential Trace Elements
Many enzymes are activated by metal ions called co-factors. Hundreds of cellular enzymes remain inactive unless turned on by these inorganic cofactors. For example, superoxide dismutase needs metallic cofactors in order to actively protect the plant, either an iron/manganese complex or a copper/zinc complex. Many other crucial chemical reactions are activated by metallic cofactors, without which the plant would weaken or die. The chelating effects of humic and fulvic acids greatly improve the availability of these essential trace elements when they are needed most.
More than 60 trace elements Identified in Humic Acid and Seaweed Extracts
Both seaweed extracts and humic acids contribute many beneficial trace elements to the plant. More than 60 trace elements have been identified in humic acid and seaweed extracts, along with the chelating agents that make them readily available to the plant. “Beneficial” trace elements found in humic acid/seaweed, though not essential for plant growth, have positive effects on plant growth and vigor, and help the plant attain its full genetic potential. For example, silicon is not an essential element, but it helps strengthen leaf cells against fungal attack and improves the permeability of root cells to water and minerals. The judicious use of humic and fulvic acids may contribute to the nutritional value of fruits and vegetables, both directly through the addition of beneficial trace elements, and indirectly by improving the plant’s ability to take up and utilize both essential and beneficial elements.
Directions for Use
Add 1/8 to 1/4 tsp. per gallon in reservoir for irrigation. Apply as needed.
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