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100% Water Solubility Amino Acid for Agriculture Amino Acid 80%

Model Number 100%
Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Product Description:

Amino acid powder from our factory, have the characteristic of both inorganic nitrogen and organic nitrogen. This fertilizer is the main raw material of amino acid fertilizer, but also can be directly applied to crops as fertilizer, basal, and base fertilizer application. Source of raw material powder has two categories. One is from animal fur. The other is from soybean or soybean meal.

Benefits:

1.Increase plant’s chlorophyll content and promote the photosynthesis.
2.Improve utilization of nutrients by overlay with other NPK fertilizer.
3.Can be absorbed by all parts of plant directly and also can promote plant growth, early maturity and delayed leaf senescence
late crops, to increase production. Shorten the growth cycle of crop.
4.Improve crop quality and increase plant protein;

 

APPLICATION:

Foliar Spray 1:300-500, 3-5 times, 15 days interval. 1-2L/Ha/time
Root Irrigation 1:200-300, 2-3 times, 15 days interval. 2-3L/Ha/time

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