Super Grow Slow Release Fertilizer is another product introduction by Greenfeed that focuses on fruit planting tree. With much simplified pratical routine required along with advanced technological integration, Super Grow Slow Release Fertilizer offer better yielding potential through much more efficient practice. This product will safeguard not only your tree but also the overall environment promoting sustainable agriculture practice.
The essential requirements and fucntionality of Super Gorw Slow Release Fertilizer comprises of interplaying factor, which are moisture level and microbial activity through synergistic approch. Refining features are also attainable with the intergration of Avtivated Zeolite allowing a wide adaptability and tolerance for different types of soil. Super Grow Slow Release Fertilizer is an excellent choive of fertilizer as the nutrients deliverance is extended consistently up to 9 month.
SUGGESTION ON APPLICATION
- Fertilizer application varies depending on type of plant, soil and climate condition
- Please consult our technical advisor for further recommendation
- Product effective time range is until 90 days to 120 days after fertilizer application
Paddy 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. With Paddy Grow Slow Release Fertilizer, such limitation can be minimized.
Utilizing the attained patented technology and principles of Highly Efficient Fertilizers; a complete set of nutrients can now be supplemented to the plants without much hassle.
REVIEW DATA OF MAJOR NUTRIENT RELEASE FOR GREENFEED PADDY GROW FERTILIZER WITHIN 110 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION
The major nutrient release performance over the span of 110 days in Greenfeed Slow Release Fertilizer are reviewed and presented within the graph. The overall nutrient release rate are uniformly segregated over the span of 110 days resulting in higher nutrient release 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 respective element behavioural limitations were minimised resulting in the uniform nutrient release rate.