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Diammonium Phosphate DAP Fertilizer Grade 18-46-0 Promote Variety Soil pH

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18-46-0

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Product Description

Product Information:

The raw materials of this product is seaweed. After processed by high temperature fermentation, concentration, spraying, etc, the product is finally made to black or brow shiny granular fertilizer. During the production process, we add some necessary trace element which plants need, biological organic selenium and biological bacterial protein which are favorable to human health. These will meet the growth demand of plants.

Item

Specification

Humic Acid

≥75%

Fulvic Acid

≥10%

Potassium(k2O)

≥10%

Solubility

≥95%

pH

8-9

State

Crystal powder, flake, or crystalline granule

Benefits:
1.Improves the uptake of nutrients (CEC)
2.Assists in soil remediation
3.Improves root structure and development
4.Increases microbial activity
5.Boosts seed germination
6.Increases yields
7.Reduces fertilizer runoff
8.Promotes healthier crops
9.Improves water retention
10.Increases antioxidant activity

Packing & Delivery
Packing: 1000 g×20 bags / Carton
Lead Time: 3 days
Storage: Kept in cool place under normal temperature. 2 years guaranteed in well sealed condition.
Attention: Seal after using. Avoid sun exposure. Use constantly after opening

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