Designation: Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium Fertilizers
Description: TC BY 400069905.022-2003
Chlorine-free compound fertilizers are applied to various soil types for all crops on open and protected ground (greenhouses & hotbeds).
This type of fertilizer is especially valuable for those crops that are negatively affected by chlorine: potatoes, grapes, cucumbers, radish, fruit and berry crops.
Application of NPK fertlilizers improves the quality of agricultural crops (by increasing the saccharinity of the fruit, as well as the level of protein and amylum in them), increases the annual yield and quality of fruit, berries and vegetables and ensures smooth initiation of fruit buds – the mainstay of a future harvest.
NPK may be used as a basic fertilizer (in autumn or spring, before sowing, during the spudding), while sowing in rows or seedbeds, before sowing (for potatoes, various breeds of cabbage, tomatoes), as well as for the fertilization of plants.
Optimal Rates of Application (RoA), g/m2: potatoes: 30, cabbage: 50, carrot: 70, red beet: 40, radish: 30, cucumbers: 50, tomatoes: 50, onion/garlic: 40, wild strawberries: 20.
RoA in hotbeds greenhouses: 60-70 g per 1 m2 while spudding.
RoA for fruit trees in early spring during the spudding or for fertilization after blossom: 40 g per 1 m2 of the tree’s pan.
NPK fertilizers are non-toxic, non-flammable and non-explosive.
Keep cool and dry, away from children and animals, separate from alimentary products.