Showing posts with label fertilizer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fertilizer. Show all posts

Friday, October 31, 2014

How to Make and Prepare Organic Fertilizer


 Binulok na dumi ng baka, kabayo
o kalabaw – kalahating sako
Plastic na drum – 200 litro ang

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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Potassium Nitrate for Stronger and Healthier Plants

Potassium nitrate is virtually free of chloride. When the chloride concentration in the soil solution increases,
plants take up chloride on the account of essential anionic nutrients, especially nitrate. This, of course, hinders plant growth. When chloride quantities go higher, toxic effects are caused, that may lead to loss of yields and may even cause plant death. Potassium nitrate is virtually free of detrimental chloride, and the nitrate in potassium nitrate counteracts the chloride's harmful effect.

Potassium nitrate is non-toxic to roots. Unlike ammonium, the nitrate-nitrogen in potassium nitrate does not destroy plant roots at elevated soil

Monday, June 17, 2013

Muriate of Potash (MOP)

Potassium chloride (commonly referred to as Muriate of Potash or MOP) is the most common
potassium source used in agriculture, accounting for about 95% of all potash fertilisers used worldwide.

Its nutrient composition is approximately:

Potassium: 50%
Chloride: 46%

MOP has a high nutrient concentration and is therefore relatively price competitive with other

The Calcium Nitrate


It is a fertilizer made up of two nutrients, with a white grainy appearance that dissolves quickly in
water and can be absorbed rapidly by plants. It is an perfect combination of %15.5 nitrogen in nitrate form that rapidly dissolves in water and %26.5 calcium. Its nitrate nitrogen and fully water soluble calcium combination provides good affects not found in any other fertilizer.


This is a greenhouse -type fertilizer, pure in composition and of uncoated granules that dissolves completely in water. Its greenhouse type is used in greenhouse and outdoor conditions where irrigation is done by drip or spring