Application Case

Soil Health Enviromental


April 29, 2021

Durian needs to absorb more nutrients during a growth cycle, not only the nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium provided by ordinary fertilizers. According to the barrel short board theory, if the lack of other nutrients, it will not grow and develop normally, the plant will be thin, and the ear will not be headed. Qi, the pollination rate is low, which seriously affects the yield. So the humic acid and fulvic acid water souble organic fertilizer become more required in Durian growth.

HUMIC FERTILZIER FOR DURIAN humic fertilizer for durian

After ordinary fertilizer is applied to cultivated land, part of it is transpired, dissipated and lost with water, part is fixed and used by soil and soil microorganisms, and only part of it is absorbed and used by crops. Studies have shown that the utilization rate of urea and ammonium bicarbonate is 20% to 46%, phosphate fertilizer (diammonium, monoammonium, heavy calcium) is 10% to 25%, and potash fertilizer is 45% to 60%. It can be seen that the utilization rate of ordinary fertilizers is very low. For this reason, our Khumic R&D department has produced special fertilizer special effects for durian based on the combination of durian characteristics and fertilizer-loving characteristics, which can be used for base fertilizer and top dressing.

HUMIC FERTILZIER FOR DURIAN humic fertilizer for durian

Humic fertilizer is a complex containing multiple nutrients, not a single nutrient chemical fertilizer. In addition to nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other large nutrients, it is also rich in amino acids, humic acid, calcium, sulfur, zinc, iron, boron, etc. More than 20 kinds of "quality elements" necessary for crops play a role in regulating the balance of soil nutrients. It is a new type of high-efficiency green full-nutrient chelated fertilizer.

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