Biological Fertilizer Nitrogen
Biological Fertilizer Nitrogen is a bio-fertilizer with all the unique characteristics of an organic fertilizer that produces a variety of enzymes, organic acids, essential amino acids, hormones and growth stimulants, vitamins, preservatives for the production of proteins, as well as, carbohydrates, Lipids and nuclide acids accelerate and increase germination, rooting and flowering of plants.
Provide part of the nitrogen needed by the plant
Increase the quantity and quality of the product
Strengthening the fertility and nutrition of the living population of the soil
Increase germination of the plant
Stimulation and intensification of rooting
Increase and accelerate the growth of plant growth
Create freshness in the leaves
Effective in improving the structure and reducing soil erosion
Furthermore, applicable to organic cultivars
Non-toxic for living organisms
How To Use Biological Fertilizer Nitrogen :
Spent (with irrigation)
Garden products: Repeat 1 to 3 liters per hectare, every 4 weeks if necessary.
Crop: Start at 1-3 liters per hectare from the beginning of planting time and repeat every 4 weeks if necessary.
Garden products: 1 liter per 100 kg of seed, used before planting.
Crop: 1 liter per 200kg of seed, used before planting.
Seedlings and Transplants
Dissolve 1 liter of fertilizer in 100 liters of water and immerse seedlings or seedlings in it and apply immediately to plant them.
Around the root of the plant
Also, dissolve 1 to 2 liters of fertilizer in 100 liters of water and pour 1 liter of solution into the bottom of the tree.
In order to improve the yield of the product, it is advisable to deploy its active bacteria around the root of the plant. Therefore, the use of seed crops and impregnation of seedlings and seedlings in early planting is recommended.
It is not advisable to use this fertilizer as a spray agent due to lack of organic matter on the airways.
Mixing this fertilizer with other fertilizers such as urea, phosphate, ammonium sulfate, potash, and micronutrients. If you use this fertilizer you can reduce the use of phosphate and nitrogen chemical fertilizers by half.
Avoid mixing this product with chemical pesticides and it is necessary to pay attention to the period of the occurrence of toxins.
Compounds such as humic acid, folic acid, amino acids, urea and other nitrogenous compounds and phosphorus as bioactive fertilizer activate this product.