STOLLER TÜRKİYE

BLENDED NPK FERTILIZER

Guaranteed Content (w/w)

Total Nitrogen (N)

%12

Amonium Nitrogen (NH4-N)

%1

Urea Nitrogen (NH2-N)

%11

Water-Soluble Phosphorus Pentaoxide (P2O5 )

%35

Water-Soluble Potassium Oxide (K2O)

 %5

Water-Soluble Calcium Oxide (CaO)

 %4

Water-Soluble Boron (B)

 %0,02

Water-Soluble Zinc (Zn) . EDTA Chelated

 %0,1

PH Range in which EDTA Chelate is Stable (For Zn)

 3-8

USAGE AREA, FORM, TIME AND QUANTITY

PRODUCT

APPLICATION TIME

APPLICATION QUANTITY FOR FOLIAR APPLICATION

FRUITS: Citrus, Orange, Lemon, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Apple, Pear, Apricot, Peach, Plum, Cherry

Starts when twigs are seen and 2-3 applications in 2 weeks interval

 1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

Vineyard

1st application should be done before fruit formation, and 2nd application should be done after 15 days from 1st application.

1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

Strawberry

From seedling of plant at 15-20 days intervals 2-3 application should be done. 

1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

 

Banana

Should be started at flowering time. 2-3 applications with 7-10 days interval.

1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

VEGETABLES:Tomato, Pepper, Eggplant, Cucumber, Melon, Watermelon, Pumpkin, Bean, Pea

It should be started for to encourage the growth of plants in the development cycle. 3-4 applications are made with 10-15 days interval from the flowering period.

1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

Lettuce, Spinach, Cabbage, Parsley, Cauliflower

It starts from early stages of development. Continue with 15 days interval in the next period.

1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

Carrot, Onion, Garlic

During the early stages of development, 2-3 applications should be made in 15 days

1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

Hazelnut

Begins in the spring, 2-3 applications should be made

1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

Olive

3-4 applications should be made during the growing period

1500-2000 gr to 1000 lt water

All plants which have drip irrigation, should be applied at 7000-10,000 gr / ha / day dose. These doses are advisory. Doses may vary according to analysis results and plant growth period.

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