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Type: Chloride Free
Appearance: Yellowish Powder
Water solubility: Completely
Free Amino acid: 40-80%
Organic Nitrogen: 8-13%
Moisture: 5% max
Heavy metal (as Pb): 20ppm max
1.Effectively decrease rotating dead seedling disease.
2.Promote plants root and seedling development,greatly improve crop quality and increase yield.
3.Fix nitrogen,decompose phosphorus and potassium,increase utilization rate of organic or chemical fertilizer,reduce
dosage of chemical fertilizer.
4.Loosen and meliorate soil,increase soil fertility,decrease the harm to crops from chlorine and nitrite residue etc in
5.Prevent reproduction and suppress population of harmful microbials.
Rice,wheat,soybean,corn,cotton,garlic,ginger,vegetable,strawberry,fruit trees,especially suitable for the area with serious rotationg disease and eelworm.
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Many soils contain adequate nutrients for the plants to absorb, but some soils do not, which is where fertilizers come in. Fertilizers are plant nutrients that are added to the soil. The plants absorb these essential nutrients from the soil to improve health, growth, and productivity. ... Not all soil needs fertilizer
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It's best to use composted manure. Since it is less nutrient-dense and acidic, you can use more of it to improve your soil's water retention without risking your
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Most gardeners should use a complete fertilizer with twice as much phosphorus as nitrogen or potassium. An example would be 10-20-10 or 12-24-12. These fertilizers usually are easy to find. Some soils contain enough potassium for good plant growth and don't need more
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Byproducts. Byproducts from the processing industry also provide a natural way to fertilize your garden soil. For example, blood meal, chicken-feather meal and
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Many rely on the old standbys—animal manure and compost—which, although organic and good for soil building, actually contain few nutrients. For flower and
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A fertiliser, often referred to as plant food, is a broad term for either a mixture of ... You can add fertilisers to the soil in liquid, water-soluble and granular form or
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Use wood ash or sawdust as fertilizer. Wood ash and sawdust add calcium and potassium to the soil. They can also help to raise the pH of the soil if it is too acidic,
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Mar 3, 2020 — It took nutrients from the soil to build those plant tissues. By fertilizing your garden, you replenish lost nutrients and ensure that this year's plants