Liquid organic fertilizers are used for fertilizing different plant cultures. The fertilizers contain a complex of macro and micro elements, humic and fulvic substances and microorganisms. Through the use of organic fertilizers, the plants receive much more nourishing substances, the plants’ roots and above-ground parts are better developed, the plants grow and bloom faster, they contain less nitrates and heavy metals, and the vegetables become richer with vitamins, sugars and proteins.
According to a customer’s request, liquid organic fertilizers are packaged in 1, 3, 5, 10 or 20 litre containers, or in one ton containers.
Spring fertilizer for outside cultures
The fertilizer is intended for early fertilization of crops in April-May. It is abundant with organic and non-organic nutritious substances, inducing growth of the crops’ roots system.
NPK ratio: 4:2:3
The fertilizer contains >40 g/l of nitrogen in different forms, >20 g/l of easily assimilated P2O5 and >30 g/l of K2O. The content of growth and root spreading inducing organic materials is >30 g/l, including humic and fulvic acids – >10 g/l, as well as magnesium and calcium in the nitrate form – >3 g/l.
Late spring outside fertilizer containing organic substances
The fertilizer intended for late spring fertilizing of crops and accumulative cultures (potatoes, beetroots, vegetables) in May-June in light sandy soils, containing less potassium and organic substances. The fertilizer is abundant with growth inducing organic and non-organic substances.
NPK ratio: 4:2:6
The fertilizer contains >40 g/l of nitrogen in different forms, > 20g/l of easily saturated P2O5 and > 60 g/l of K2O. The amount of growth inducing organic substances is >20 g/l, including humic and fulvic acids – > 10g/l, magnesium and calcium in the nitrate form – > 3g/l.