Greenfeed® Mango Grow

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Mango Formulation

Mango Grow Slow Release Fertilizer is yet another novelty introduction by Greenfeed Groups focusing on Mango planting. Exploring into fruit bearing planting, Mango is known to be one of the most grown and tradable fruits globally. Productivity is often influenced by the climate, which highly affecting the planting routine by the management. This in turn will pose as a limitation resulting in stagnant or lower yield performance. Hence, with Mango Grow Slow Release Fertilizer, such limitation and uncertainty can be minimized. Utilizing the attained patented technology and principles of High Efficient Fertilizers; a complete set of nutrients can now be supplemented to the trees without much hassle. Mango Grow provisions a consistent set of nutrients to Mango trees comprising of Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Magnesium (Mg), Boron (B), Calcium (Ca), Sulphur (S), and several other trace elements.

The essential requirements and functionality of Mango Grow Slow Release Fertilizer comprises of interplaying factors, which are moisture level and microbial activity through synergistic approach. Refining features are also attainable with the integration of Activated Zeolite allowing a wide susceptive and tolerance for different types of soil. Mango Grow is an excellent choice of fertilizer as the nutrients deliverance is extended consistently up to 9 months. Practically, Mango Grow Slow Release Fertilizer only requires twice application per year with significantly lower recommendations in order to facilitate the different growth stage requirements by the trees. Nutrients are released upon contact with water and through microbial activity within the soil. Through Mango Grow Slow Release Fertilizer, planters through sustainable planting practice will experience significant benefits and improvements economically as well as practically.

Mango Tech


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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 behavioral limitations were minimized resulting the uniform nutrient release rate.

Mango Rate

Practical Planting Method

For immature (1 YAP to 2 YAP) planting, the subsoil planting holes must be within 25 cm from seedlings and for mature planting, the subsoil planting holes must be within 50 cm from trunk base.

As for fertilizing round, it will only REQUIRE 2 (two) fertilizing rounds a year with reference to the recommendations presented.

Mango Application