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Potassium Fulvic Acid Fertilizer Water-Soluble Improve Soil Drought and Cold Resistance

Description The common inorganic micronutrients fertilizer which  exists as anion and cation, easy dissociation, to form insoluble matters, and difficultly...

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The common inorganic micronutrients fertilizer which  exists as anion and cation, easy dissociation, to form insoluble matters, and difficultly been absorbed by plants, the micronutrients was chelated by amino acids and make inorganic element become into organic element. The trace elements (copper, iron, zinc, manganese, boron, magnesium) are fundamental for the development of cultivations as make the vegetal metabolism more active and reduce the plant sensitivity on diseases and climatic and environmental adversities. The trace elements are also involved by different ways in all main metabolic precesses of plants, such as chlorophyll formation, photosynthesis, blossom, fruits setting and ripening.  This product absorbed quickly, no residue, changing the soil structure, soil structure adjustment, promoting plants production.

Efficacy:
(1) It has high content NPK and abundant nutrient. It can be dissolved in water speedly and has high fertilizer efficiency.

(2) It has NPK and all kinds of trace element.

(3) It has no impurities and no pollution to the environment. It is safe and high efficient to the plants.

(4) It can save water, fertilizer and labour. It can resist disease and increase the yield.

Application Range:

It can be sued in every growing period of vegetables, flowers, fruit trees, etc. But it is more appropriate to use in seedling stage and vegetative growth stage. It can provide abundant nutrient to plants.

Application Method:

(1) Foliar Spray: Dilute with 1000-1500 time water and spray on the leaves.

(2) Water flushing irrigation: Dilute with 500-1500 time water and irrigate every 10-15 days. Use 60-90KG per Hectare.

(3) Drip Irrigation: Dilute with 1000-2000 time water and irrigate every 7-10 days. Use 45-75KG per Hectare.

(4)  It is suitable for sprinkling irrigation, foliar spray, root irrigation and hole application. Please don't use it together with strong basicity pesticide. If used for foliar spray, it is better to do it after 4 O'clock PM. If it rains within 6 hours after foliar spray, please spray it again.

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