|Product Name ||Amino Acid Liquid 50% |
|Appearance ||Red brown liquid |
|Solubility ||Completely water-soluble |
|Total amino acid(w/v) ||≥50% |
|Organic nitrogen(w/v) ||≥8% |
Characteristics and Uses:
New type fertilizer from plant and animal and easily dissolves in water, rich in plant organic content as well as mineral element such as sodium, potassium, and phosphor, etc. The product is generally used as base fertilizer, foliage fertilizer or for seed dipping. When applied to a growing crop at the correct time, it rapidly corrects nutrient deficiencies and generates stronger and healthier plants, which improves plant development and helps to optimize yield potential.
- Fertilizer: Potassium sulfate does not contain chloride, which can be harmful to some crops. Potassium sulfate is preferred for these crops, which include tobacco and some fruits and vegetables.
- Industry: Potassium sulfate is used as precipitator in glass industry, intermediate in dyeing and printing industry, auxiliaries in spice industry.
- Water treatment: Potassium sulfate is used as Oxidative degradation of harmful substances in Water for Water Pool and closed Circulation treatment.
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