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Plant Origin Good Soil Conditioner Amino Acid Powder Fertilizer

Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Specification:

N 16% 2%
P2O5 1% 2%
K2O 2% 2%
Organic Matter 60%
Amino Acid 30%
Plant Protein 40%
Ca+Te 4%
Moisture 2-5%
PH 4.0-6.0

Applications:

For Soil:

  ♦ Prevent fertilizer run off, keep effect of fertilizer
  ♦ Modulate entironment of microorganisms
  ♦ Improve water holding capacity and aeration

For Plant:

  ♦ Enhance resilience of fighting cold, drought, insect and lodging

  ♦ Improve tensility of root, make plant absorb better.

  ♦ Enhance crop physiological activity

Notice:
1. Store at room temperature.
2. Keep out reach of children to avoid mistake feed. If swallowed or contact eyes, flush with clean water and obtain medical advice if necessary.

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