Npk Fertilizer for sale

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Npk Fertilizer for sale

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Npk Fertilizer for sale

NPK is effective on soils of various grain-size distribution in the Central Black Earth Region. It is suitable for unstable and insufficient watering conditions with regular droughts and intensive erosion processes. Npk Fertilizer for sale is recommended for use in autumn during the main application for sugar beet, sunflower, and buckwheat. Sowing application is effective for spring wheat, barley, millet, maize for silage and grain, and various vegetable crops.

The fertiliser shows increased efficiency when topping winter grain crops using a localised band placement method to a depth of 8-10 cm. It is indispensable for overgrown plants that require additional nutrition. NPK positively influences product quality and increases nutritional value and oil content in grains and fruits, which is beneficial for the duration of storage of the crop, as well as the ability of plants to resist bad weather conditions.

NPK application complies with all major agroecological requirements. It is produced using high-quality and environmentally friendly feedstock.

NPK fertilizer for sale

Characteristics and advantages:

NPK activates the plant growth process and increases the seed germination rate
Strengthens plant immunity by activating protective properties; reduces damage caused by root rot, powdery mildew, and rust
Increases the durability of plant stems and grain resistance to lodging
Ensures a significant increase in yield (from 20% to 50%)
Can be applied using different rates and methods to customize for crop and soil type
NPK is well retained in soils; it has almost zero scavenging rate by precipitation and is less fixed by the soil-absorbing complex than single-component fertilisers
Reduces time and money due to the high concentration of active elements, as well as storage and application characteristics
Anti-caking agents ensure long-term preservation of all fertiliser properties, with increased flowability and slower dissolution, which significantly reduces nitrogen loss during irrigation