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Granular Acid Humic Fertilizer Increase Soil Fertility Ha

Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Product Description:

Organic fertilizers are comprehensive in nutrients, containing more macro elements, trace elements, etc., which can improve the soil and enhance the soil's fertilizer retention, fertilizer supply and buffering capabilities; it can also promote the growth of crops and improve the quality of agricultural products; its nutrient content is high, Less ingredients, fast release, and can improve fertilizer utilization.

APPLICATION:

1. Potassium Sulphate - the dominant use of potassium sulfate is as a fertilizer. K2SO4 does not contain chloride, which can be harmful to some crops. Potassium sulfate is preferred for these crops, which include tobacco and some fruits and vegetables. Crops that are less sensitive may still require potassium sulfate for optimal growth if the soil accumulates chloride from irrigation water.
2. For the uses of fruit and vegetables (tomato, potato) and crops (corn), the main function is to improve the oil content of oil-bearing crops, it can accelerate the mature process of fruits and vegetables, increase crops' fiber length, strength, for example, cotton. It can also improve the soil ingredient, enhance the production capacity, fertilizer can be berry in the soil, can be directly sprayed on the plant body. 

Dosage:

Crops Recommended Application
Cereal,Beans Maize 20-30kg/ha
Citrus,grapes, apple, and other fruits 20-30kg/ha
Oil Palm 300g/tree
Other Oil Crops 20-30kg/ha

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