Catalogue of products for export

Designation: Fertilizer mixture

Description: ТC BY 400069905.017-2002, CC FEA 3105 20 9000, CC FEA 3105 20 1000

Fertilizer mixtures are dry granulated mineral fertilizers containing the most important elements for plant nutrition in the available form: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. The process of mechanical mixing of two and more compatible types of mineral fertilizers allows to regulate the proportion of N, P, K in the composition of fertilizer mixtures at the request of the customer.

Ammoniated superphosphate, ammophos, potassium chloride and carbamide are used as the main components for dry fertilizer mixing, the additives of macro- and microelements (MgO, Na2O, B, Zn, etc) can be additionally applied in the composition of fertilizer mixtures as well.

Arranging the composition of fertilizer mixtures, it is possible to choose the optimum variant for any regions and crops. As the selection of fertilizer mixtures is made on the basis of soil tests, fertilizer mixtures are considered as the most economically advantageous mineral fertilizers allowing to apply as much phosphorus, nitrogen or potassium in the soil as it is essential for getting the good harvest of the definite crop on the definite field. Therefore, the application of fertilizer mixtures is an individual approach to any type of soil and any agricultural crop that affects favourably the quality of plants and harvest as a whole.

Packaging and transportation: 

• special soft containers of “big-bag” type, weight 500 kg

• transportation is made in bulk in a specialized rolling stock; in package - in open waggons.


Technical characteristics






Mass fraction of nitrogen


from 4 ± 2 to 22 ± 2


Mass fraction of total phosphates


from 7 ± 2 to 26,5 ± 2


Mass fraction of total potassium on K2O basis


from 14 ± 2 to 40 ± 2


Mass fraction of total sulfates on sulphur basis, no less




Mass fraction of water, no more




Granulometric composition:

Mass fraction of granules by size:

less than 6 mm

more than 6 mm