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NPK Compound Fertilizer
1. Use time: Ternary compound fertilizer refers to the fertilizer made by mixing the three elements of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. It is generally used as the base fertilizer of the crop before planting, and can provide the crop with nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other elements. It is phosphorus and potassium, which can provide nutrients for crops for a long period of time; it should be noted that compound fertilizers are not suitable for use in the seedling and middle and late stages of crops, otherwise it will lead to excessive crop growth.
2. Concentration of use: The concentration of compound fertilizer is divided into high concentration (over 40%), medium concentration (between 30%-40%) and low concentration (between 25%-30%), and it is used according to the local soil conditions. To choose different concentrations of compound fertilizer, barren land can use higher concentration fertilizer.
3. Fertilizer ratio selection: different crops have different nutrient requirements and sensitivity. For compound fertilizer containing nitrate, it is not suitable for leafy vegetables and paddy crops; for compound fertilizer containing chloride, it is not suitable for saline soil. And avoid the use of chlorine in crops such as potato, eggplant, sugar beet, spinach, etc.
4. How to use: When using fertilizer, avoid direct contact between fertilizer and crop seeds. Generally, keep a distance of about 5-10cm from crop seeds to avoid burning seedlings.
What are the ingredients of ternary compound fertilizer?
Compound fertilizer refers to a fertilizer containing two or more of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. If it is any two of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, it is a binary compound fertilizer; if it contains all three elements , It is a ternary compound fertilizer.
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