Atom 61 is technically known as mono ammonium phosphate and is a completely water-soluble fertiliser. The phosphorous content in this fertiliser is 61%. The NPK ratio of this fertiliser is 12:61:00. The high phosphorous content in Atom 61 ensures that the immunity of the crops it is used for will be bolstered. This fertiliser can be mixed with other fertilisers except those that are part of the Calcium group. Since the Nitrogen is in an ammonical form, it offers more control over the amount of nitrogen that is available to crops when administered. Atom 61 helps in flower setting and panicle emergence. The ideal dosage of this fertiliser is 6gm / litre of water, sprayed two or three times at ten to fifteen day intervals.
Boon 45, technically known as potassium nitrate fertiliser has an NPK ratio of 13:00: 45. This fertiliser is ideal for fruits and is specially formulated to aid in their development. Boon 45 improves the shelf life and flavours of fruits. It is also found to improve their size and sugar content and reduces immature fruit dropping.
This fertiliser needs to be sprayed during the fruit development/ formulation stage. The ideal dosage is 7-10gms / litre of water with 3-4 sprays at 15-day intervals. The advantage of Boon 45 is that it is free of heavy metals and chlorides and is compatible with most other pesticides
Technically known as Mono Potassium Phosphate , this speciality fertiliser is completely water-soluble and induces increased flowering and fruit set. As a Mono Potassium Phosphate fertiliser, Boost 52 has an NPK ratio of 00:52:34. Regular use of this fertiliser can reduce premature flower dropping and fruit shedding. This fertiliser can be sprayed during the flowering, fruit formation, and grain filling stages. The risk of scorching or burning in foliar application is low.
Boost 52 improves the quality of the produce. The ideal dosage of this fertiliser is five gm/litre of water, being sprayed two to three times at an eight-day interval. While compatible with other fertilisers, Boost 52 should not be mixed with fertilisers that contain Calcium.
Technically known as Calcium Nitrate fertiliser, Calnit 19 has 15.5% nitrogen with an additional 18.8% of calcium. This fertiliser is formulated to improve root and vegetative growth and helps in developing plant resistance to diseases and moisture stress. Calnit 19 is a versatile fertiliser and performs in acidic and alkaline soil conditions. The calcium present in the fertiliser is completely water-soluble; while nitrogen, present in nitrate form is easily available. Both calcium and nitrogen are synergistic, working together to improve yield and quality of vegetables, fruits, and flowers. The fertiliser also improves the shelf-life of produce, reducing the rotting and cracking of fruits.
The ideal dosage of Calnit 19 is 5gm / litre of water, foliar sprayed three to four times a day at an interval of fifteen days after the fruit setting stage. This fertiliser needs to be used for fertigation alone and cannot be mixed with fertilisers that contain phosphate and sulphates.
Poorna 19 is a completely water soluble fertiliser that assists in vegetative growth of crops. This fertiliser contains nitrogen, present in ammoniacal, amide and nitrate forms, this further supplemented with Zinc, Iron, Copper and Manganese. Poorna 19 is free from sodium and chloride. The solubility and acidity of the fertiliser helps ensure that spray nozzles are never clogged.
Poorna 19 is not compatible with organophosphorus chemicals but can be used with other fertilisers and common plant protection chemicals. The fertiliser should be administered during the vegetative, flowering and fruit development stages. The ideal dosage of this fertiliser is two to four sprays at fifteen-day intervals. 180 to 200 litre of spray should be sprayed per acre, during the cool hours of the day. The mixture should be made of 5 gm for every litre of water. Poorna 19 is ideal for food grains, vegetables, fruit crops, and plantation crops.
Sanjeevani provides a high concentration of major nutrients NPK (19% each), along with eight micronutrients: ideal for balanced fertilization and helps in establishing healthy vegetative growth, resulting in high yields. Sanjeevani is recommended for foliar spray at vegetative, flowering and fruit development stages. Dosage is 5 gms per litre of water.
This fertiliser contains no urea, but is rich in nitrates in the form of NO3 = 4.5%, with ammonia content being 1.5%. The fertiliser helps to avoid unnecessary growth. This is good for Fertigation. If potassium is given in ‘SOP’ form this grade helps in crop maturity and improves the quality of produce.
This fertiliser is ideal for winter and horticultural crops as the conditions are perfect for NO3 absorption. In winter soil temperature is warmer than atmosphere, which is why conversion of urea takes more time. This nitrate is an anion and has a negative charge. The roots attract NO3 very fast by diffusion. The nitrate combines with water to give nitric acid which has a positive cation (NO3 + H2O= HNO3- Acid. NH4 is + ve= Cation). This conversion of the nitrate is necessary other it would increase the soil pH. Urea –CO( NH2)2+ water- H2O = NH4 + CO2.
Technically known as Sulphate of Potash, Sulpho is a speciality fertiliser that contains potash, enriched with sulphur. The sulphur helps improve produce quality and imparts flavour. It also helps in increasing the crop's resistance to insect and disease attack and moisture stress. Sulpho 50 helps in improving sugar content in fruits, size, quality etc. This fertiliser helps in hastening maturity and is chlorine free. The ideal dosage of this fertiliser is 7 - 10 gm / litre of water, sprayed two to three times at an interval of eight days.
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