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100% Nature Quick Release Agriculture Organic Fertilizer Humic Fulvic Acid

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Product Description

Quick Details
Classification: Organic Fertilizer
Type: Compost
Release Type: Slow
State: Powder
Application: Crops
Appearance: Light brown powder
Solubility: Completely water soluble
Iron: 10% min
Total Amino Acid: 30% min
Amino Nitrogen: 4.5% min
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: 20 KG /PP bag, 10 KG /PP bag, 5 KG / aluminum bag, 1 KG / aluminum bag
Delivery Detail: 10 days

Features:
      1.Fertilizer: adsorption, aggregation of various inorganic nutrients, controlled release, erosion control, improve the efficiency of nutrient absorption.
      2.Poly water: soil moisture storage remain effective, significantly improve the ability of drought-resistant crops.
      3.Rippers: promote the formation of soil aggregate structure, continuous use, the soil is more loose.
      4.Add some potassium nitrate, quick to improve product performance, reduce soil acidification process.
      5.A variety of trace elements rich in silicon, zinc, boron, calcium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur and other crops needed nutrients more comprehensive.
      6.Fertilizer for various soil conditions and the ability to adapt to the yield potential significantly better than the conventional slow-release fertilizer.

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