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Soil Nutrition Granular Fertilizer Seaweed Organic

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Product Description

Specification:

appearance Dark brown powder
water solubility completely
fulvic acid 50% min
K2O 10% min
N 4% min
TE 2% min
moisture 10% max
pH 4-6

Benefits:

1.Grows on roots, guard them against replant diseases and soilborne diseases.
2.Controls diseases caused by Rhizoctonia, Pythium, Fusarium, Thielaviopsis, and Cylindrocladium.
3.Promote the growth of root system , enhance the effect of absorbing nutrients and moisture, increase the yield and quality.

Package and Storage:

1. 20KG/BAG,10KG/BAG.

2. Please keep sealed and store in a dry place.

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