|Product name ||Soil Conditioner |
|Product feature ||Light green powder |
|Main ingredient: |
|Organic matter≥10%, seaweed extract≥10%, CaO(biological source)≥30%, Mg≥5% |
|Efficacy ||Significantly promote aggregation of soil particles, build good soil structure and loosen crusting soil, improve soil fertility, aeration and water holding capacity; increase beneficial microorganisms, and stimulate microbial activity; enhance plants root development, provide readily available nutrients and mineral elements for plant uptake. |
|Application ||Broadcast with base fertilizer, 300-450kgs/ha. |
|Validity ||Two years |
|Packing ||20kg/bag |
To combine with Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium which are essential for the growth of plants. This compound becomes multi-functional, complex fertilizer. It can be used as soil improver, plant growth irritant, Fertilizer promoter and as oil or mine drill fluid stabilizer..
Use as base fertilizer 450-750kgs/ha per crop season.
1.Could I get a sample?
A:Yes. We can provide samples, but the buyer needs to bear the transportation costs.
2.Can we use our own logo and design?
A:Sure ,we can do OEM/ODM. But we we have relative large MOQ
3.What's lead time?
A:3-7 days for sample order, mass production time is 15-25 days, it depends on order's quantity.
4.What is your after-sale service when we found a quality issue?
A:We go for a root cause analysis first and then we come up with solutions such as product replacement or further discount.
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