BCX TOTAL FOLIAR is rich in fulvic acids. It is enriched with all micro elements required by the plant in appropriate ratio.

♣ Fulvic Acids are natural organic electrolyte, which balances cell electrolytic content, activate and energize the biological properties within the cells.

♣ It Promotes Electro-Chemical balance with ether donor or receptor molecules

♣ Dissolves minerals & trace elements

♣ Forms complex molecular structures and aids in cell wall penetration

♣ Enhances availability of nutrients

♣ Catalyzes enzyme reactions

♣ Increases assimilation

♣ Stimulates metabolism

♣ Detoxifies pollutants

♣ Greatly enhances bioavailability of important trace minerals

♣ Chelates monovalent & divalent elements to which it is exposed

♣ Regulates stomata cell activity there by decreasing transpiration and conserving water

♣ Controls powdery and downy mildew diseases

The electrolytic activity of the fulvic acids coupled with availability of essential micro nutrients to the plant cells make an ideal combination for enhancing cellular activity their by improving overall plant health and growth.

Field application of fulvic acid based products have shown tremendous increment in yield even in drought conditions.xInternational research articles have reported 33% yield increment in wheat by use of fulvic acid even under drought conditions. This was authenticated by another article due to increase in potassium mediated stomatal cell regulation. The increase in cell cellular activity has been reported by increase in enzyme metabolic activity.


SA ANJUM et al.,(2011) has reported -Fulvic Acid Application Improves the Maize Performance under Well-watered and Drought Conditions (DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-037X.2011.00483.x)

Mian Liu, 2012, has reported in US patent, use of FA increased cell permiability by K regulation has increased stomatal regulation.

Spraying with fulvic acid has been found to enhance the yield of wheat grown under dry conditions (Xudan, 1986).

SM Kamel et al., (2014) has reported that the foliar application of FA improved plant growth and yield quantity and quality as well as controlling powdery and downy mildews of cucumber plants.

Alvarez et al. (2002) stated that the application of 5% fulvic acid reduce the severity of powdery mildew in roses


Contents Qantity
Fulvic acid ≥ 4%
Nitrogen ≥ 200g/l
Phosphorous ≥ 0.5%
Potassium ≥ 0.3%
Calcium ≥ 0.06%
Magnesium ≥ 0.05%
Sulphur ≥ 0.03%
Iron ≥ 0.05%
Boron ≥ 0.01%
Copper ≥ 0.03%
Zinc ≥ 0.05%
Molybdenum ≥ 0.005%
Pathogen Toxicity test No pathogens detected
Heavy metals Not Detected

NOTE:Above mentioned elements have been chelated as required.

Usage:Use 2-5 ml/ltr. of BCX total folia solution as spray. It can be taken up every 4-15 days interval on regular basis based on the crop stage.