Classification: Organic Fertilizer
CAS No.: Amino acid
Place of Origin: Sichuan, China (Mainland)
Release Type: Slow
1. To chelate soil nutrients, stimulate root growth, to make crops grow stable and strongly, high fertilizer utilize.
2. To improve crop photosynthetic performance, to promote photosynthetic transfer and transportation, to enhance product performance.
3. To improve the growth of roots environment, to suppress the occurrence of soil-borne diseases, obvious effects of continuous cropping.
4. To use with Inorganic fertilizer which can increase nutrients also can increase crops yields.
5. To use this organic fertilizer will make soil soft, reduce soil compaction, Improve soil fertilizer, water retention capacity.
6. This series of products is organic food base, green food base and pollution-free food base which must use eco-organic fertilizer.
1.This high-performance formula is perfect for use on the lawn in every season, in fresh or hot temperatures. This fertilizer provides quick greening due to its unique blend of the best natural nitrogen sources while feeding the soil for up to 8 weeks.
2. It is recommended for use on warm and cool season turf, trees and ornamental plants.
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