|Appearance || Dark Brown powder & flake & microgranular |
|Water soluble || Completely |
|Smell || Seaweed smell |
|Alginic acid || 16% min |
|Organic matter || 50% min |
|Mannitol || 2% min |
|Amino acid || 2% min |
|K2O ||16% min |
|Cytokinin& Gibberellin || 800ppm min |
|pH || 8.0-10.0 |
(1)It has abundant nutrient and long fertilizer efficiency. It can promote the healthy growth of plants stably and continuously.
(2)Activate the soil nutrients and improve the fertilizer using ratio.
(3)Improve the soil structure. Strengthen the water conservation and fertilizer conservation ability.
(4)Strengthen the plants' ability of stress resistance, disease resistance and drought resistance. Prevent plant diseases and insect pests. Lower the production cost.
(5) Reduce farmland pollution. Lower the nitrate and heavy metal content in the soil.
(6) Improve the plant quality and yield.
Caution and Storage
1. Harmful if swallowed.
2. Keep out of reach children.
3. Avoid release to the environment.
4. Storing the product perfectly closed and in the fresh place without exceeding temperatures higher Than 46ºC.
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