NPK 30-6-6
The yellow microfertilizer consists of nitrogen in large quantities, and due to this it covers requirement of the plant in nitrogen, influences its quick development. Due to containing of different nitrogen compounds (nitrate 1.79%, ammonium 6.84%, and carbamide 21.37%) in fertilizer, it forms a good balance in plant roots and improves root air supply. This balance equalizes the pH ions proportion, prevents consumption of other unnecessary elements. The taken up nitrogen reacts with other elements, and on the first stage of development of the plant the most of energy is spent on transformation of nitrogen into ammonium and aminoacids.
The fertilizer containing ammonium provides the plant with necessary elements, influences the prompt development. The yellow mircofertilizer contains phosphorus and potassium 6% ,  and also other elements such as 1000 mg Fe, 500 mg Mn, 500 mg Cu, 500 mg Zn, 200 mg Br and 5 mg Mo. The fertilizer is developed in accordance with different ecological and climatic conditions, it is maximally absorbed by roots and leaves, and helps the development. The fertilizer does not contain chloride and does not lose its quality in salty soil. The fertilizer is soluble well and do not leave any precipitate.    
         
Plant
Development stage
Irrigation doze
Spraying doze
Wheat
In the planting period and trunk development
5-7 kg/ha on each stage
Spraying in 2-4/1000 concentration 
 
Corn
In the 6 leaved period before ripening
5-7 kg/ha on each stage
Spraying in 2-4/1000 concentration 
 
Rape
Before blossom
5-7 kg/ha on each stage
Spraying in 2-5/1000 concentration 
 
Cotton
In the 6-8 leaved period before blosom
5-7 kg/ha on each stage
Spraying in 2-5/1000 concentration 
 
Sweet beet
In the 6 leaved period 3 times before blossom and tuber formation
5-7 kg/ha on each stage
Spraying in 2-5/1000 concentration 
 
Potato
In the 6 leaved period 3 times before blossom and tuber formation
5-7 kg/ha on each stage
Spraying in 2-5/1000 concentration 
 
Vegetable
3-4 times before seeds formation
5-7 kg/ha on each stage
Spraying in 2-5/1000 concentration 
 
Clover
Lucerne
After each harvest
5-7 kg/ha on each stage
Spraying in 2-5/1000 concentration 
 
Grape
2 weeks after first leaves formation before products formation and being in a size of a nut – 3 times
4-6 kg/ha on each stage 3 times
Spraying in 2-4/1000 concentration 
 
Fruit trees
2 weeks after petal fall and 3-4 times in the period of fruits reddening
20-40 gr on each tree on each stage
Spraying in 2-4/1000 concentration 
 
Pistache
2-3 times after blossom period
5-6 kg/ha on root on each stage
Spraying in  3/1000 concentration in a mix with pesticides, and 4-5/1000 concentration without mixing
 
Sitrus
After reblooming  in late winter, and 2 weeks after petal falls
20-40 gr on each tree on each stage
Spraying in 2-4/1000 concentration 
 
Olives
After reblooming  in late winter, and 2 weeks after petal falls
20-40 gr on each tree on each stage
Spraying in 2-4/1000 concentration 
 
Ornamental and glass-grown plants
2-3 times from the stage of early development till blossom beginning
5-10 gr on each pot on each stage
Spraying in 2-4/1000 concentration 
 
Grass
Each 3 weeks
10-15 gr/m2 on each stage
Spraying in 2-4/1000 concentration 
 

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