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Bio Fertilizer-Probiotics for Soil & Plant

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Product Description

Product Description:

Product Name

Organic fertilizer

Appearance

Dark brown powder/granular

N+P2O5+K2O

≥ 5%

 Organic matter

 ≥ 45%

 Humic acid

 ≥10%

 

 Trace elements

 ≥ 10%

 

Crops

 Vegetables,Fruits,Grand field

 

 Fulvic acid

 ≥ 5%

Benefits:
For Soil

  • Prevent fertilizer run off, keep effect of fertilizer.
  • Modulate life environment of microorganisms.
  • Improve water holding capacity and aeration.
  • Increase the fertility of soil, intenerate soil.
  • Increase soil aggregate structure.
  • Boost effect of phosphoric acid.
  • Prevent soil acidification.
  • Reduce salinity of soil.
  • Adjust soil pH value.

 For Plant

  • Enhance resilience of fighting cold, drought, insect and lodging.
  • Improve tensility of root, make plant absorb better.
  • Enhance crop physiological activity.

Applicable crops:
Rice,wheat,soybean,corn,cotton,garlic,ginger,vegetable,strawberry,fruit trees,especially suitable for the area with serious rotationg disease and eelworm.

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