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Soil Conditioner Humus Plus Organic Fertilizer Amino Acid with Bio NPK

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Biological fermentation, gunite pelleting, mellow and full for appearance, coffee smell, convenient use
Plant Based NPK fertilizer is a nitrogen-rich fertilizer derived from fermented glutamic acid liquid and has an NPK ratio of 12-1-2 and 12-3-3 and 14-1-1 and 5-45 OM 10-45 OM. The nitrogen-rich proteins are extracted after fermentation to produce a liquid and then dried to a granular fertilizer rich in macro and micronutrients.
Because of the concentration of soluble extracts from these materials, it is a highly efficient organic fertilizer with a high percentage of protein-derived nitrogen with a release profile to combine fast action with sustained release.

Main Applications:
1.construction materials: light materials such as light concrete materials, light calcimine and light mortar.
2. heat resisting material: wall materials, anti-fire board, anti-fire mortar, firebrick, and brake linings.
3. heat preservation, thermal insulation and sound absorption materials: underground pipeline, heat preservation material used in hothouse pipeline, decoration material used in  upholstery and tunnel, also wall and ceiling in the public.
4.metallurgy: steel frame cladding materials, removal of slag when manufacture of iron and foundry
5. agriculture, forestry and horticulture: golf course lawn, seed preservation agent, soil regulation agent, wetting agent, plant growth agent, feed additives, horticulture mixture, fishing and bait.
6 other aspects: adsorptive material, filter aid, active carrier of chemical and chemical fertilizer, sewage treatment, adsorption of seawater oil pollution, cigarettes filter and explosive density regulators.

Note:

1.Application rates will vary due to climate, frequency, soil and reasons beyond our control.

2.Users should conduct their own testing best suited for their crop under their conditions and environments.

3.keep out of the reach of children.

Storage: keep from moisture and humidity, always close storage bag tightly to avoid introduction of moisture. Only mix what you will be applying.

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