It is a organic fertilizer inoculant prepared by high-throughput screening, combining with the latest production
technology, and using the ecological complex balance technology between different bacterial species, supplemented by Organic Fertilizer. To provide users with targeted solutions, saving costs, shortening the fermentation cycle and increasing production capacity, uniting product and program service
Bacteria count: 16 Billion CFU/g
Ingredients: Aspergillus oryzae, yeast, lactic acid, Bacillus etc.
•Enhancing nutrient uptake by combining nutrients and humic aid as well as keep a well-balanced nutrition.
•Improving the structure of soil, increasing the buffering powder of soil, optimize N. P. K absorption by plants.
•Neutralizing both acid and alkaline soils, regulating the PH value of soils, with the prominent effect in alkaline
and acidic soil
•plant growth stimulant, promote root development and stimulates seed germination
•Enhancing the resilience of crops, such as cold, drought, pest, disease and toppling resistance
•Stabilizing nitrogen and improving nitrogen efficiency (as an additive with urea)
•Promoting healthier, stronger plants and beautifying appearance
•Petroleum drilling fluid decreasing and filtering agent
•Boiler anti-scaling agent and water quality stabilizer
•Reducing nitrate leaking into the groundwater and protect the underground water
•Cementing agent for pulverized coal shaping
•Removing toxic metals and their ions from wastewater
•Dispersing agent and deflocculating agent
•Assisting in the removal of trace amounts of grease, oil, liquid organics and suspended matter
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Mar 13, 2019 — PHC All-Purpose Fertilizer is organically-based, easy to use and very effective. Other options are also available, including Soil Power Organic
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Jul 17, 2020 — After about two months, though, the plant will have consumed the nutrients in the soil, so you'll have to fertilize if you want continued, healthy
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