Granular ΝΡΚ with Magnesium and Trace Elements, SHELION TECHNOLOGY | Assimilation up to 70%. Certified, E.C. Registered.

General Details

DOUBLE 2 in 1 ® 

Inorganic Complex Granular fertilizers NPK coated with Dense Humic Compounds for high assimilation.                  Slow Release fertilizers. Assimilation up to 70% instead of 20-35% of the ordinary granular NPK. Thus, they leave less residues in the environment. Certified | E.C. Registered.

  1. Nitrogen types (Ν)
  2. Ammonium Phοsphate types (Ν-Ρ)
  3. Complex types (Ν-Ρ-Κ)

ACTION:

  • Increasing production
  • Improving product quality
  • Less fertilizer use by 20-30%
  • Easy, fast and low cost application of fertilizers
  • Improving soil fertility and pH adjustment
  • Covering all soil’s and crop’s needs by 1 fertilizer

PACKING:

    

TYPES / COMPOSITION
COMPLEX (Ν-Ρ-Κ)
  • 12-12-12+3ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 10-14-14+2ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 21-7-7    +2ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 7-10-20  +3ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 25-5-5    + 2ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 20-10-5  +2ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 20-10-10+2ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 30-2-2    +2ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 20-5-15  +2ΜgO+T.E.+5%HUMICS ORGANICS
AMMONIUM PHOSPHATES (Ν–Ρ)
  • 25-10-0 +2MgO+T.E.+2%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 24-12-0 +2MgO+T.E.+2%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 30-15-0 +2MgO+T.E.+2%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 15-30-0 +2MgO+T.E.+2%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 20-10-0 +2MgO+T.E.+2%HUMICS ORGANICS
NITROGEN (Ν)
  • 18-0-0 +2MgO+T.E.+2%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 30-0-0 +2MgO+T.E.+2%HUMICS ORGANICS
  • 42-0-0 +2MgO+T.E.+2%HUMICS ORGANICS
Trace Elements (T.E.): Boron(Β), Cobalt(Co), Copper(Cu), Iron(Fe), Manganese(Mn), Molybdenum(Mo), Zinc(Zn).
APPLICATION

Pre-plant fertilization/base dressing, before planting or sowing, or during winter for trees and other perennial crops.

Choose the best type depending on the kind of cultivation, age and season. Apply the fertilizer on soil surface.

Dosage:

General dosage, 200-500kg/Hectare (20-50kg/1000 sq.meters).  The exact amount of application is determined on the basis of soil and crop deficiencies, based on the planned applications of other inorganic, organic fertilizers and the basis of the growing stage of the crop.