45% Humic/Fulvic Acid
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". . soil fertility is determined by biological factors, mainly by microorganisms. The development of life in soil endows it with the property of fertility. The notion of soil is inseparable from the notion of the development of living organisms in it. Soil is created by microorganisms. Were this life dead or stopped, the former soil would become an object of geology [not biology]."
Although isn't obvious, healthy soils are chock-full of living organisms. Some are visible to our unaided eye: earthworms, beetles, mites, springtails, and more. But most soil-dwellers are very, very small. Also very, very important to soil fertility.
A few grams of soil, less than a teaspoon, contains billions of microbes. Not only is total number of microbes quite high, but together, they weigh a lot, too. The biomass of soil microbes ranges from hundreds to thousands of pounds per acre.
Bacteria, most numerous microbes in soil, are just one cell.
Fungi are also abundant, and grow long, white, slender strings or filaments, called "hyphae."
Actinomycetes, in-between these two, are advanced bacteria that form branches like fungi, and give soil its earthy smell.
Fungi and actinomycetes are good at starting decomposition of organic residues, consuming materials that are tough to digest. Bacteria finish by eating most indigestible ingredients.