Appearance: Black Brown granular/fine powder
Organic matter (dry basis): 70% min
Total Humic acid (dry basis): 50% min
Organic Carbon (dry basis): 25% min
Mesh: 60-120 / Size: 2-4 mm
Moisture: 25% max
1. Comprehensive development and promote healthy and robust crop growth.
2. Rapidly improve the symptoms such as yellow leaf,growth dwarfed,premature aging,easy to fall,abnormal fruit caused by deficiency of elements.
3. To improve the loose soil,increase the number of soil beneficial microorganisms an the number of beneficial flora,effectively improve crop rhizosphere environment,root,fertility,improve nutrient utilization and increase fertilizer efficiency.
4. Regulate crop growth,flower and fruit,promote early maturity,increase crop yield,significantly improve crop quality
5. Enhance crop resistance,effectively improve crop drought,cold,flood,resistance to soil-borne diseases,prevention of stubble obstacles.
1: Can I get some samples?
A: Yes,we can supply the free sample,but the shipping cost be paid by customers.
2. What's your payment terms?
T/T or L/C.
3. What's your delivery time?
Usually we will arrange the shipment in 7 -15 days.
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