Greenfeed® Floral Plus

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Greenfeed® Floral Plus Slow Release Fertilizer offers better agricultural practicality through noteworthycharacteristics. Such technology is achieved through constructive integration of established control mechanism with altered active polymer coating coupled with activated Zeolite technology. Greenfeed® Floral Plus Slow Release Fertilizer supply a complete set of defined nutrient elements including Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Magnesium (Mg), Boron (B), Calcium (Ca), and several others trace elements that are required by plants for growth. Nutrient deliverance is assisted through interplay of moisture content as well as soil microbial activity resulting in overall synergistic approach. With comprehensive understanding on inter-element composition interaction within fertilizer, reliable products such as Greenfeed® Floral Plus Slow Release Fertilizer are the panacea for improved agronomy practice through a much more practical approach.

Nutrient content included within the formulation are release at much slower and consistent rate when applied. Hence, resulting in higher efficiency of plant-nutrient interaction – lesser nutrient loss and wastage. Greenfeed® Floral Plus Slow Release Fertilizer is tailored for plants with diversified weather and soil conditions – even suitable for unfavorable environment. Furthermore, every product has amending properties, which improves and nurtures the soil condition promoting sustainable agricultural practice quashing any negative effects inhibiting the plant’s wellbeing. Consequently Greenfeed® Floral Plus Slow Release Fertilizer does not only safeguard your plants but also all other elements that play a resounding factor in your overall agricultural practice.


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Major Nutrient Release Rate for Greenfeed Floral Plus Slow Release Fertilizer Over 26 weeks

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Through the patented Activated ZeoliteTM technology incorporated within each formulation, the nutrient release rate was retained within optimum range. The overall nutrient release rate is uniformly segregated over the span of 26 weeks resulting in higher nutrient efficacy for plant’s uptake. The presented data indicates the attained synergisms within the mentioned period for the included nutrient content, which were Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), and Potassium (K). Each representative element behavioural limitations were minised resulting the uniform nutrient release rate.


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Practical Planting Method

Basic fertilizing requirements from Nursery Stage are 1 nugget per stand per application consistently upon entering 2 Years After Planting or upon plant stand exceeding 3 feet tall. During this stage, it is advisable to apply 2 nuggets per tree per application to promote better growth and much more radiant flowering.

 For planting age less than 2 Years After Planting, the area for fertilizer application is approximately 100 mm from the tree stand and up to 200 mm for the subsequent planting; depending on the spacing system selected.


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Activwee control

ActivweedGreenfeed® ActivWeed technological system utilizes synergistic platform without causing development impairment to the plant. The acting mechanisms inhibit pre-emerging weed growth within the plant’s vicinity. Hence, planters, farmers, and gardeners will be able to carry out “feed and weed” activity simultaneously without any hassle. Promoting better agronomy efficiency towards greener practice. This is attainable without harming the environment, resulting in a much more sustainable practice.

Such technology is highly recommendable for early mature planting or any wood based tree, which are not highly susceptible to such soil conditioning. Greenfeed® ActivWeed tagging technology is a proactive mechanisms that prevents unwanted competitive weed from pre-emergence stage through advanced priming process. Furthermore, this feature does not lead produce antagonistic effect with Greenfeed® Slow Release Fertilizer primary function. This is achievable through years of research carried out by Greenfeed Groups.