Product Details

High Purity 99% L-Carnitine HCl (CAS#6645-46-1) for Food Additives

Model Number 99%
Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Introduction:
It is light yellow powder, excellent flowing, dissolve totally and instant. This product is amino acids also contain organic nitrogen, it is leading raw materials for amino acids leaf fertilizer, also can use to fertigation and base fertilizer to promote crops growing. Good absorption. Amino acid contents is upto 80%, which is soy source extracted. Especially for organic agriculture.

PRODUCT FUNCTION:

  1. A source of multiple nutrients and micro-nutrients.
  2. Makes soil nutrients more available to plants and promotes symbiotic nitrogen fixation.
  3. Significantly inhibits root rot and strengthens root systems.
  4. Ameliorates soil ad extends soil fertility.
  5. Effectively solubilizes base fertilizers and reduces the effects of salt in the soil.
  6. Reduces insect infestation and reduces the need for pesticides.
  7. Quickly activates plant immune systems and enhances decease resistance.

Package and Storage:

1. 20KG/BAG, (Kraft bag outside and plastic bag inside),or as customers’ requests.

2. Please seal it tightly in cool and dry environment.

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