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Humifulvate removes heavy metals from plants. The detoxification process occurs when Humifulvate attaches to the toxic Mercury, Lead, Aluminum, or Cadmium and takes them out of the plants system.

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Q: What is the role of humifulvate in detoxifying the plants from heavy metals?
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