Blended NPK fertilizers are produced by blending of the basic nutrient salts: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K). Nitrogen originates from calcium ammonium nitrate compound (CAN), phosphorus from monoammonium phosphate (MAP), and potassium from potassium chloride (KCL).


  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)15% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)15% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Potassium (K2O)15% /-1,1%Potassium chloride (KCL)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3
It is a universal type of fertilizer meeting the nutritive requirements of various types of crops (maize, wheat, sugar beet,…) and provides balanced nutrition during vegetation.

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil
  • Quantities to apply: from 300 to 600 kg/ha, that is 3-6 kg/100m2 over the soil
  • Application period: Depending on the soil fertility and types of crops, it is applied in pre-sowing, or as the basic type of fertilizer at the beginning of the season for all types of cropsa
WheatQuantity kg/ha: 300-600
MaizeQuantity kg/ha: 500- 600
SunflowerQuantity kg/ha: 300-350
FruitQuantity kg/ha: 300
PotatoesQuantity kg/ha: 300
  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil
  • Quantities to apply: from 300 to 600 kg/ha, that is 3-6 kg/100m2 over the soil
  • Application period: Depending on the soil fertility and types of crops, it is applied in pre-sowing, or as the basic type of fertilizer at the beginning of the season for all types of crops.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)9% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)18% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Potassium (K2O)27% /-1,1%Potassium chloride (KCL)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3
It is used as the basic type of fertilizer, at the beginning of the season, primarily for pitted fruits, sugar beet and tuberous plants.

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of plants with increased potassium requirements and in all types of soil containing decreased amount of this element
  • Quantities to apply: from 200 to 600 kg/ha, that is 2-6 kg/100m2 over the soil
  • Application period: Depending on the soil fertility and types of crops it is applied in pre-sowing, as the basic type of fertilizer at the beginning of the season for all types of crops
WheatQuantity kg/ha: 300-600
MaizeQuantity kg/ha: 500- 600
SunflowerQuantity kg/ha: 300-350
FruitQuantity kg/ha: 300
PotatoesQuantity kg/ha: 300
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally (side-dressed along the rows or stalks, with or without incorporating into the upper layer of soil)
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • Packing and storage: The fertilizer is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)10% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)30% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Potassium (K2O)20% /-1,1%Potassium chloride (KCL)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3
It is recommended for soils deficient in phosphorus and potassium. It is used as the basic type of fertilizer, at the beginning of the season, primarily for farm crops, but also for fruit and vegetables growing in the open. This is a fertilizer with a high concentration of nutrients, and therefore particularly convenient in terms of transportation and storage costs.

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil
  • Quantities to apply: from 200 to 500 kg/ha, i.e. 2-5 kg/100m2 over the soil
  • Application period: Depending on the soil fertility and types of crops it is applied in pre-sowing, or as the basic type of fertilizer at the beginning of the season for all types of crops
WheatQuantity kg/ha: 200-500
MaizeQuantity kg/ha: 400-500
SunflowerQuantity kg/ha: 300-350
FruitQuantity kg/ha: 300
PotatoesQuantity kg/ha: 300
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally (side-dressed along the rows or stalks, with or without incorporating into the upper layer of soil)
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • Packing and storage: The fertilizer is packed into PE and PP bags, and it is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)6% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)18% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Potassium (K2O)35% /-1,1%Potassium chloride (KCL)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3
It is used for crops requiring larger quantities of potassium, such as sugar beet, potatoes, sunflower, vegetables and fruit and for crops grown in potassium deficient soils.

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil, especially soil containing decreased amount of potassium and plants requiring larger quantities of this element
  • Quantities to apply: from 200 to 500 kg/ha
  • Application period: Depending on the soil fertility and types of crops it is applied in pre-sowing, or as the basic type of fertilizer at the beginning of the season for all types of crops
WheatQuantity kg/ha: 200-500
MaizeQuantity kg/ha: 400-500
SunflowerQuantity kg/ha: 300-350
FruitQuantity kg/ha: 300
PotatoesQuantity kg/ha: 300
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally (side-dressed along the rows or stalks, with or without incorporating into the upper layer of soil)
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • Packing and storage: The fertilizer is packed into PE and PP bags, and it is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)13% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)13% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Potassium (K2O)21% /-1,1%Potassium chloride (KCL)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3
Due to the high content of potassium, it is used in all types of soil and for all types of crops requiring an increased quantity of potassium, such as potatoes, sugar beet, grapes and sunflower.

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil
  • Quantities to apply: from 300 to 600 kg/ha, i.e. 3-6 kg/100m2 over the soil
  • Application period: Depending on the soil fertility and types of crops it is applied in pre-sowing, or as the basic type of fertilizer at the beginning of the season for all types of crops
WheatQuantity kg/ha: 300-600
MaizeQuantity kg/ha: 500-600
SunflowerQuantity kg/ha: 300-350
FruitQuantity kg/ha: 300
PotatoesQuantity kg/ha: 300
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally (side-dressed along the rows or stalks, with or without incorporating into the upper layer of soil)
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • The fertilizer is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)12% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)35% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Potassium (K2O)10% /-1,1%Potassium chloride (KCL)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil, especially in soil containing decreased amount of phosphorus
  • Quantities to apply: from 100 to 450 kg/ha, over the soil.
  • Application period: In basic soil preparation or pre-sowing fertilization
WheatQuantity kg/ha: 200-450
MaizeQuantity kg/ha: 400-450
SunflowerQuantity kg/ha: 300-350
FruitQuantity kg/ha: 300
VegetablesQuantity kg/ha: 300
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally (side-dressed along the rows or stalks, with or without incorporating into the upper layer of soil)
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • The fertilizer is packed into PE and PP bags, and it is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere. In stacks up to 2 metres high

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)4% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)18% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Potassium (K2O)39% /-1,1%Potassium chloride (KCL)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3
It is used for crops requiring large quantities of potassium, such as sugar beet, potatoes, sunflower, vegetables and fruit, or for plants growing on soils poor in this element.

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil, especially soil containing decreased amount of potassium and plants requiring larger quantities of this element.
  • Quantities to apply: from 200 to 500 kg/ha, over the soil
  • Application period: Depending on the soil fertility and types of crops, it is applied in pre-sowing, or as the basic type of fertilizer at the beginning of the season for all types of crops.
WheatQuantity kg/ha: 200-500
MaizeQuantity kg/ha: 400-500
SunflowerQuantity kg/ha: 300-350
FruitQuantity kg/ha: 300
VegetablesQuantity kg/ha: 300
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally (side-dressed along the rows or stalks, with or without incorporating into the upper layer of soil)
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • The fertilizer is packed into PE and PP bags, and it is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)18% /-1,1% (5,5% N-NH4 and 2,5% N-NO3)Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)16% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Potassium (K2O)24% /-1,1%Potassium chloride (KCL)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, terracotta grey and yellow, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of various types of crops, especially plants with potassium deficiency: potatoes, vegetables, sugar beet, fruit and vine (except chlorine intolerant plants) and in various types of soil.
  • Quantities to apply: from 200 to 600 kg/ha, over the soil.
  • Application period: In basic fertilization and pre-sowing preparation of soil.
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally, as well as by combining the two mentioned methods in accordance with the requirements of plants and soil.
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • The fertilizer is packed into PE and PP bags, and it is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)20% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)20% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3
This type of fertilizer does not contain the potassium component, and is therefore recommended for soils rich in potassium. It is applied in pre-sowing preparation of soil in the production of grain crops.

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil, especially soil rich in potassium.
  • Quantities to apply: from 200 to 600 kg/ha, i.e. 2-6 kg/100m2 over the soil
  • Application period: Depending on the soil fertility and types of crops it is applied in pre-sowing, or as the basic type of fertilizer at the beginning of the season for all types of crops.
WheatQuantity kg/ha: 200-600
MaizeQuantity kg/ha: 400-600
SunflowerQuantity kg/ha: 200-350
FruitQuantity kg/ha: 300
VegetablesQuantity kg/ha: 300
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally (side-dressed along the rows or stalks, with or without incorporating into the upper layer of soil)
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • The fertilizer is packed into PE and PP bags, and it is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)25% /-1,1% (13% N-NH4 and 12% N-NO3)Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)6% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, grey-whitish, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For nutrition of various types of crops, in various types of soil, especially soil rich in potassium
  • Quantities to apply: from 100 to 500 kg/ha
  • Application period: In pre-sowing soil preparation (specifically for spring crops) and in dressing (during vegetation period).
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading the whole quantity evenly over the whole area or locally, as well as by combining the two methods in accordance with the requirements of plants and soil.
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • The fertilizer is packed into PE and PP bags, and it is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

  • Class and type: Inorganic, compound, solid, blended NPK fertilizer
  • Name within the type: Compound NPK fertilizer

Nutrients:

Nitrogen (N)11% /-1,1%Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN)
Phosphorus (P2O5)52% /-1,1%Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)

Physical properties of the fertilizer:

  • Appearance: Granule, light brown, odourless
  • Solubility: Water-soluble, except calcium carbonate; Phosphorus (P2O5) – min 90% water-soluble
  • Moisture content: max 5%
  • Granulometric composition: Granules from 1-5 mm ….min 95%
  • Bulk density: 900-1100 kg/m3

Recommended quantities, period and method of application

  • Types of crops and soil: For partial nitric nutrition and complete phosphorus nutrition of all types of crops and in all types of soil (especially soil with a large deficit of phosphorus), according to nutritive requirements of plants and the phosphorus content in soil.
  • Quantities to apply: from 100 to 250 kg/ha
  • Application period: For basic soil preparation and pre-sowing fertilization, depending on the type of crops, sowing time and type of soil.
  • Method of application: Over the soil, by spreading evenly over the whole area or locally (side-dressed along the rows or stalks, with or without incorporating into the upper layer of soil).
  • Number of applications per year: 1-2 times over the soil
  • Possible adverse effects: If applied in recommended quantities and according to the recommended method of application, there are no adverse effects on the treated crops.
  • The fertilizer is packed into PE and PP bags, and it is stored and kept in dry storage areas protected from the sources of heat, moisture and exposure to the atmosphere in stacks up to 2 metres high.

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