Product Details

Soil Conditioner of Organic Fertilizer

Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Product Description:

Appearance

Flake/Powder

Alginic Acid

>15%

Organic Matter

>50%

Total Nitrogen

>1%

Potassium (K2O, dray basic)

>18%

Cytokinin & gibberellin

600-800ppm

Mannitol

1-6%

Phosphorus (P2O5)

<1%

pH

8-10

Moisture

<3%

Water Solubility

>99.9%

Features:

1. Promotes root growth
2. Increase soil microbial activity
3. Improves soil fertility

Efficacy:

(1)It has abundant nutrient and long fertilizer efficiency. It can promote the healthy growth of plants stably and continuously.

(2)Activate the soil nutrients and improve the fertilizer using ratio.

(3)Improve the soil structure. Strengthen the water conservation and fertilizer conservation ability.

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