TAF Super K (50Kg)

TAF compound fertilizer has features in 3mm uniform particle size, evenly round, low moisture and easy to store and use. Our fertilizer is not only suitable for mechanized spray application, but also for artificial broadcasting.

Category: Product ID: 1731

Description

TAF compound fertilizer has features in 3mm uniform particle size, evenly round, low moisture and easy to store and use. Our fertilizer is not only suitable for mechanized spray application, but also for artificial broadcasting.

Compound fertilizer contain comprehensive nutrients and high NPK contents, it gives interaction between nutrient elements and improve the effect of fertilization.

As compared to straights fertilizer, it helps to reduce cost and save expenses during storage, transportation and labour application.

This product contains high water-soluble material such as DAP & Magnesium sulphate that promote better absorption to the root.

With our specially aided wax coating technology, it can improve nutrition release thoroughly and avoid leaching.

Twin Arrow Compound Fertilizers – Super K (12/6/26/3+B)
Twin Arrow Compound Fertilizers are producing locally in Malaysia using imported raw materials and technology which adapted to our conditions and requirements. Our compound fertilizers are in granular form which conforms with MS 49:1994 specification. Formulated with high water solubility and consistency which is easily absorbed by plants to increase yield and quality. 
Application: 

Broadcast application in circle of plant with 20 – 30 cm apart from the trunk or under the tree crown canopy. 

Recommendation
Crop Dosage Frequency
Ornamental trees and palms 0.5 – 1.0 kg per point 2 to 3 times a year
Oil palm 3.0 kg per point 3 to 4 times a year
Paddy 200 kg per ha 60 to 70 days after planting
Banana, Jackfruit, Mangosteen, Coconut, Cocoa, Mango, Wax Apple, Papaya 1.0 – 2.0 kg per point 3 to 4 times a year

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