|Appearance ||Brown granular |
| Nitrogen || 8.0% (+/-0.5%) MIN |
| Sulphur ||18.0% (+/-0.5%) MIN |
|Magnesium || 3.0% (+/-0.5%) MIN |
| Moisture ||2.0% MAX |
|Size 2-4 MM ||90% MIN |
|Crops ||Vegetables,Fruits,Grand field |
|Service || OEM,ODM,Custom logo and design are welcome |
Producers of, for example, organic fertilizers, organic additives for mushroom cultivation, substrates and compost can also consider using this fertilizer granule as a raw material. Given the high percentage of nitrogen, this product offers an alternative to the known animal by-products. In addition, this product has good running properties (if dry).
1.Suitable for all crops, vegetables, and fruits.
2. It can use as a raw material of blended fertilizer and provides
Major nutrients: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K);
Secondary nutrients: calcium (Ca), sulphur (S), magnesium (Mg), sodium (Na);
Micro-nutrients: iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), molybdenum (Mo), copper (Cu), boron (B), zinc (Zn), cobalt (Co).
3. Together with use with Urea, DAP, and Potassium. To reduce the number of chemical fertilizers, improve quantity & quality.
1. What's your payment terms?
T/T or L/C.
2. What's your delivery time?
Usually we will arrange the shipment in 7 -15 days.
3. How about the packing?
Usually we provide the packing as 25 kg / bag or carton. Of course, if you have special
requirements on them, we will according to you.
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