APPEARANCE: Brown liquid
PH (100% WATER SOLUBLE): 4.5
WATER INSOLUBLE: 0.1 % MAX
SOLUBILITY IN WATER (20 C): 100% water soluble
1. To mix this product with inorganic fertilizer can increase the synergy of nutrients, make the yield increase extremely significant.
2. With a long-term application, the compaction of the soil will become loose, and the nutrients-kept and water-retention capacity will also be promoted.
3.This product is widely used in organic food base, green base, and pollution-free ecological food base.
Packaging & Shipping
1.50kg/bag, 25MT/20' container.
2. It is available upon customer's requirement.
1. Our products are kept in dry and ventilating place.
2. Avoids moisture, water, rain and fire when stored.
3. Avoids being shipped with acid, alkali class, edible orange mix of chemicals.
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