Frequently Asked Questions

When should I first apply Fulvic Link?

Fulvic Link should be applied to plants throughout all stages of growth from seed germination or cloning onwards. Increased sugar or brix levels offers disease and pest resistance as well as tolerance to many other typical stressors.

The most obvious benefits will appear when a plant is suffering from disease, poor root systems or other environmental stressors. Benefits will result from increased uptake of previously lost or unavailable nutrients to restore plant health.”


What rate should I apply Fulvic Link?

The optimum dose rate will depend on plant type, conditions, objective and season. For turf and crops, time with regular nutrient applications. Once growth is stimulated applications can usually be reduced.

For Hydroponics, maintain dosing in line with nutrient addition.


What is the frequency of Fulvic Link applications?

For turf and crops, the best response is usually seen with initial weekly or fortnightly applications. Once growth is stimulated, monthly applications are typical. For hydroponics, applications should be maintained in line with nutrient addition.

Through proper use, customers have seen ‘spring like’ growth enhancement in winter months when development is usually stunted due to lower light, cooler temperatures and waterlogged soils. Excellent growth can continue throughout the year in some climates where this has not previously been possible.


Can I apply Fulvic Link around rain events?

Application of Fulvic Link is not recommended during or immediately before rain.


Can I mix Fulvic Link with fertilizers, nutrient and soil ameliorants?

Fulvic Link works by increasing bioavailability and reducing loss of applied nutrients, if mixed with these products. To date Fulvic Link use has resulted in no product compatibility issues. To ensure compatibility, it is recommended small test areas be tried before large scale application.


Are there other benefits to Fulvic Link?

•  Holds many times its own weight in water, so when present in dryer soils will increase moisture levels and moisture retention.
•  Has been proven to assist with root stimulation leading to shorter growth cycles and increased yield per hectare.
•  Improves growing response even in more challenging conditions, such as saturated soils, areas with low quality irrigation water and misbalanced soil.


Have Fulvic Link’s products been independently verified?

Product analysis has been undertaken by an independent third party using the Humic Substances Society (IHSS) preferred test method. Independent field trials have been conducted and customers regularly undertake their own trials. All Fulvic Link sales have been results driven. Customers apply Fulvic Link simply because, in their experience, it stimulates and enhances growth.