NPK Fertilizer

An extensive range of water soluble NPK fertilizers providing instantly available nutrients for plant uptake. This range of advanced powder formulations is manufactured only from technical grade raw materials and blended to exacting quality standards.

The TRADEINFACT range may be used in all fertigation systems to provide a balanced nutrient programme containing NPK, magnesium and essential chelated micro elements. A coloured dye can also be included in each analysis.

Following dilution, the stock solution may be used in drip irrigation systems or applied as a foliar nutrient. The products are fully water soluble.


Other analyses available on request.

Available in 10kg and 25kg bags.

NPK stands for “nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium,” the three nutrients that compose complete fertilizers. You will encounter the letters, NPK when reading the contents printed on bags of fertilizer.NPK fertilizer is a complex fertilizer comprised primarily of the three primary nutrients required for healthy plant growth. The agriculture industry relies heavily on the use of NPK fertilizer to meet global food supply and ensure healthy crops. The numbers are always in the same order, and refer to the percentage of each element in the fertilizer

Why is NPK important to plants?

They are essential for plant growth and increase the fertility of the soil lacking these macronutrients. NPK fertilizer bags have number values that list the ratio of Nitrogen to Phosphorus to Potassium. … Also, phosphorus not only encourages the growth of roots and blooming but also helps plants to withstand stress.

Macronutrients and benefits in the NPK fertilizer

Nitrogen (N) is the basic nutrient in plant germination. That increase the number of leaves of the plant, as well as one of the essential element for plant growth. Some plants provide nitrogen to fraternize, keeping alive photosynthesis surface creates more dry matter. Eksiklilig plant leaf in nitrogen can understand the density of the yellow color. Need for nitrogen varies from plant to plant.

Phosphorus (P): clay contains a certain amount, but this amount is not enough for plant growth. October should be buried along with phosphorus, it has provided almost all plants, as well as in the fertilization of flowering plants provide. Strengthening the plant and prevent breakage bed phosphorus, the plant protects against freezing at low temperatures. Some products are energy sources. Lack of understandable with the purple leaves of the plant. Phosphorus moves slowly in the soil.
Potash (K): Although the most abundant nutrient in the soil the plants can not benefit from these elements. Sulfur is an important factor in the release of potash. Plants make use of the ladle quickly and easily water soluble sulfate or oxide form. Pot plants that provide resistance to the sick, regulates the taste and aroma of the product. Product viability adding potash, but also increases the shelf life. Lack of potash in plants that can be understood by drying the edges of the leaf bits. At the same time gap, it is deflected ladle result of plant leaves and yellow.

What is the best fertilizer for plants?

For most flower gardeners, a complete fertilizer is necessary to supply plants with the three major elements they require to thrive:
  • Nitrogen (N): leaf growth
  • Phosphorus (P): Development of roots, flowers, seeds, fruit;
  • Potassium (K): Strong stem growth, movement of water in plants, promotion of flowering and fruiting
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