Ammonium nitrate – immediate readily available Nitrogen nutrient in nitrate form. Both form of ammonium and nitrate would be available nutrient either direct or converted into nitrate by soil microorganism.
Di-ammonium phosphate – high water-soluble phosphate accelerates absorption and fast growth.
Fulvic acid – as a chelator to combine minerals into organic compounds that can be ingested by plants more easily. Enable soil to hold more water, increase water infiltration and restrict toxins present in the soil, reducing harmful substance that reach the crop’s roots. Also act as plant growth regulator and enhance uptake of nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, zinc and iron.
Sulphur of Potash (SOP) – fast acting to provide both potassium and source of sulphur, a structural component of some amino acids, vitamins and essential for chloroplast growth and function. Ideal for all fruit trees, bushes and flowers for bigger, healthier fruit and flowers, also encourage disease and drought resistance.
Amino acid – amino acid chelated calcium and minerals play a role in protecting plants against insect and disease.
Azomite – 75 type natural minerals to improve root systems, yields and general plant vigor in a variety of field crops and garden vegetables. Remineralize nutrient-depleted soils and plants.
|Twin Fruit is a suitable compound for use on high quality production crops. Highly water-soluble phosphate readily available for crop’s uptake. Ideal ratio of high content Potassium with Sulfur element improves qualities of high production yields.|
Broadcast application in circle of plant with 20 – 30 cm apart from the trunk or under the tree crown canopy.
|Durian, Jackfruit, Mangosteen, Coconut, Cocoa, Mango, Banana, Dragon Fruit, Guava, Papaya, Citrus||200 – 500 g per point||Monthly|
Brinjal, Cucumber, Lady fingers, Long beans, Tomato, Chilli etc
|10 – 20 g per point||2 months after planting.|
|Sweet corn||20 g per point
20 g per point
|2 months after planting.
Then 1 month after previous application.
|Pineapple||20 g per point||4th and 6th month after planting.|