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Product description Appearance: Dark brown granular/pellet Organic Matter: 50% min Total Amino acid: 10% min Organic nitrogen:2% min Trace...

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Product description

Appearance: Dark brown granular/pellet
Organic Matter: 50% min
Total Amino acid: 10% min
Organic nitrogen:2% min
Trace elements: 2% min
Xylon: 20% min
Bio HA & Bio FA: 10% min
Total Vitamin: 0.2% min

Benefits
Improves the uptake of nutrients (CEC)
Assists in soil remediation
Improves root structure and development
Increases microbial activity
Boosts seed germination
Increases yields
Reduces fertilizer runoff
Promotes healthier crops
Improves water retention
Increases antioxidant activity
Stimulates plant enzymes
Prevents disease and heat stress
Enhances soil fertility
enhance the performance of fertilizers and reduces input-costs.
Stimulates plant growth by an increased biomass production
Increases yield and improves quality of plants
Stimulates plant enzymes
Improves the soil structure and the water holding capacity
Increases and stimulates beneficial microorganisms
Enhances the cation exchange capacity (CEC)
Increases the effectiveness of fertilizers and reduces nutrient especially nitrate leaching
Promotes root development
Increases the permeability of cell membranes in the roots and increases nutrient uptake
Acts as a natural chelate for microelements in alkaline soils and increases their availability for plants
Decreases stress by drought and stress by the application of plant treatments

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