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Corn Source Organic Base Fertilizer for Soil 80% Organic Matter

Model Number 80%
Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Specification  

Type: Chloride Free
Appearance: Yellowish Powder
Water solubility: Completely
Free Amino acid: 40-80% 
Organic Nitrogen: 8-13% 
Moisture: 5% max
Heavy metal (as Pb): 20ppm max

Benefits

  1. Promotes the formation of photosynthesis and chlorophyll
  2. No residue, improves the physical and chemical properties of soil
  3. Stimulates protein synthesis and improve crop production
  4. Increases absorption of nutrients through leaves and roots
  5. Promotes enzymatic activity as a natural stimulant
  6. Increases the protein, sugar and vitamin content in the plant
  7. Improves the efficiency of the pesticides and fungicide
  8. Increases crop resistance to adverse conditions like drought, frost, and disease
  9. Supports the plant with needed amino acids and peptides
  10. Decrease the incidence of certain plant diseases
  11. Increase crop yield and quality
  12. Natural organic fertilize

Warnings and precautions for use:
1, when shaken, not with strong acid, strong alkali substances mixed;
2, This product is safety while mixed and applied with neutral & acidic chemicals or other fertilizers; avoiding application while rainy or in blazing sunshine; store in dry places; keep out of reach of children.
3, using before ten am, four pm after the application to the negative side of the crop;
4, recommended the use of groundwater or clean water dilution;

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