Product Details

Chemical Product Phosphinothricin/Glufosinate CAS 51276-47-2 2-Amino-4- (hydroxymethylphosphinyl) Butyric Acid with High Purity

Brand Name INA
Model Number 51276-47-2
Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Specification:

Organic Matter

45% Min

Humic Acid

16% Min

Amino Acid

8% Min

NPK

16-0-1 or 12-0-4

Trace Elements

2% Min

PH

3-6

Water Solubility

60% Min

Appearance

Black 2-5mm Shiny Round Granular

Efficacy:
(1) It can improve nutrient utilization and improve the crop quality.

(2) It can be well and quickly absorbed by plants, promote crop precocity and shorten the growth cycle.

(3) It can enhance metabolic function and stress tolerance.

(4) It can improve the growth of roots environment and suppress the occurrence of soil-borne diseases. It has obvious effects in promoting continuous cropping.

(5) It can make soil soft, reduce soil compaction, improve soil quality and improve soil water retention capacity.

FAQ:
1. How is the quality?
above 99% purity.
2. How is the package ?
Foil bag or customers' requirement.
3. How is the storage?
Keep dry and cool place.

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