Product Details

L-Isoleucine, Amino Acids, 73-32-5

Model Number 73-32-5
Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Spcification:

ITEM 

STANDARD

Humic Acid

10% 

NPK

16%

Amino Acid

10%

Organic Matter

22%

Moisture

1%max

Size 

2-4mm shiny ball

Main Function:
1.This product can chelate soil nutrients, stimulate root growth, make root of the crop strong and long, and have a high effection and promote a significant yield.
2.This product can Improve crop photosynthetic performance, promote photosynthetic products into a significant transfer, transportation, improve crop quality and product performance.
3.This product can improve micro-domain environments and suppress the occurrence of soil-borne diseases.
4.To mix this product with inorganic fertilizer can increase the synergy of nutrients, make the yield increase extremely significant.

Application Directions:

Usage Scope

Vegetables or Garden

Fruit crops

Foliar

75-100 g/100 lit water

100-150 g/100 lit water

Irrigation

10 - 12 kg/ha

17- 20 kg/ha

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