complete fertilizer

complete fertilizer

In landscape architecture, a fertilizer that contains all the nutrients that plants use in quantity, such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
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Any high-quality, complete fertilizer that contains at least nitrogen and phosphorus will work as a starter fertilizer.
The average retail price of complete fertilizer in October was pegged at P1,128.89 per bag, according to the PSA.
Two times a year, he applied four bags of complete fertilizer to supplement the manure.
Fertilizers imported by Indonesia are mainly ones with mineral basic materials like Kalium Chloride (KCL), Triple Superphosphate (TSP), and Ammonium Sulphate (ZA) and complete fertilizer Nitrogen-Phosphor-Kalium (NPK), which is already produced locally by PT Petro Kimia Gresik.
Treder, "Influence of fertigation with nitrogen and a complete fertilizer on growth and yielding of "Gala" apple trees," Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research, vol.
Keep the soil moist and apply a complete fertilizer once or twice before florets or heads start to form.
Quantities reach up to 0.7 to 1.0 g complete fertilizer (15% N in the fertilizer) per liter of water.
All other plants will be satisfied by an application of a complete fertilizer in liquid form.
Inorganic fertilizers come in several formulations; for example, complete fertilizer contains all three primary fertilizer nutrients--nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium--and may have select micronutrients.
Plots were fertilized uniformly with 30 kg N, 15 kg P, and 28 kg K [ha.sup.-1] as a complete fertilizer at establishment.
"Now, when your super-phosphate has become thoroughly dry, the addition of sulphate of magnesia, muriate of potash, nitrate of soda, land plaster (gypsum) or other elements which are to compose your complete fertilizer may be made.

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