NPK Compound Fertilizer
Compound fertilizers contain two or more nutrients and are also known as multinutrient fertilizers. A complex fertilizer refers to a compound fertilizer formed by combining ingredients to react chemically. Compound fertilizers can also be produced by blending two or more granular fertilizers of similar size. Such products retain the physical and chemical characteristics of individual compounds. They are made by mixing basic fertilizers derived from ammonia with salts containing phosphorus or potassium.
Compound Fertilizer is the fertilizer which contains two or three nutrients of N, P, K. NPK fertilizers are three-component fertilizers providing nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. It is available in powder or granular form. Compound fertilizers show their nutrient content with three bold numbers on the package. Represented by three different major nutrient content: Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potash (Potassium), we can describe such content with the letters N-P-K. Nitrogen helps plant foliage to grow strong. Phosphorous helps root development and promote flowering. Potassium (Potash) is important for overall plant health and helps in fruiting. Imbalance fertilizers usage will affect growth and hence more susceptible to attacks by diseases and pests.
All essential nutrients in every granule:
even distribution of nutrients
No urea: no nitrogen losses due to volatilisation
Quick break-down: nutrients immediately available to plants
Includes MgO and trace elements for maximum efficacy