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Active Ingredient:  Diammonium phosphate
Crops:  cereals, sugar cane, sowing pastures, dairy pastures, fodder crops and also in horticultural crops; for example, vegetables and tree crops.
    It is the source of both phosphorus and nitrogen.
    The high phosphorus content makes it a true high analysis fertiliser.
     DAP and DAP blends are used on a range of crops in broad-acre farming,
    N: P ratio of 1:1 makes it an effective source of nitrogen.
    DAP releases free ammonium. Nitrogen in the ammonium form resists leaching and is slower release form of nitrogen.
    The free ammonium gives a higher pH reaction immediately around the granule.
    The low cost of nitrogen in DAP makes it a cost effective source of nitrogen if Phosphorus is also required.

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Active Ingredient: Ammonium Sulphate
Crops: Soybeans, Alfalfa crops                                                                Description:
    A high-purity grade of ammonium sulphate often works best for this purpose to avoid plugging spray nozzles.
    Nitrogen and Sulphate source that is very helpful for stimulating bacteria from the sulphates. 
    It has the least tendency to absorb atmospheric water. 
    It can improve the efficacy of post-emergence herbicidal sprays.
    Water with high content of calcium, magnesium, or sodium, the addition of dissolved AS in the herbicide solution will prevent plugging of spray nozzles 
    It is also used as an agricultural spray adjuvant for water-soluble insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides.
    Ammonium sulphate application should be used before irrigation or a predicted rainfall.
    The primary use of ammonium sulphate is as a fertilizer for alkaline soils.

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Active Ingredient: Potassium & Sulphate
Crops: : Tomatoes, Water Melons/Potatoes, Cucumbers 
Fruity crops like Grapes, Pomegranates, Citrus, Banana, and Lemons & may more crops.
Fruits, vegetables, flowers, field crops,  foliage crops etc.           Description:
    Recommended when plants are setting bud, as well as during maturation and blooming.
    It is recommended when soil levels or tissue samples show low potassium levels
    Used during last growth period, where potash requirement of the crop is high.
    This results in better weight, sweetness & long shelf life & with good fruit quality.

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Active Ingredient: Nitrogen, Phosphorus & Potassium
Crops: Wheat, Paddy, Maize, Pulses, Sugarcane, Vegetables etc. Description:
    Used as a Complex Fertilizer for supply of all three Major Nutrients like Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potash.

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Active Ingredient: Potassium chloride
Crops: silage, potatoes, and sugar beets. Sugarcane,  fruit trees, vegetables, and other field crops. Description:
    Readily dissolves in water and used for direct application to the soil.
    On application to soil, it ionizes to dissociate into K & Cl ions. K gets attached or adsorbed on the soil complex. As such, though MOP is readily soluble in water, it is not leached.
    High concentration of nutrients makes packing, storage and transport costs per unit cost of nutrient very low.
    This fertiliser aids in the formulation of vegetative matter and root production. 
    MOP should not be used on salt sensitive crops, where soil salt levels are high or increasing, or where irrigation water has high salt levels.
    Potassium stimulates the growth of strong stems and gives the plant some disease resistance by promoting thickness of the outer cell walls.

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Active Ingredient: Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sulphur, traces of B, Zn, Cu, Mg, Fe, Mo
Crops: cereal, technical, row crops, perennial grasses.               Description:
    Used on all types of soils to the main and row application
    for fertilizing during the growing season for all crops. 
    It applies to all cultures. At the main fertilizer on chernozem soil and on heavy clay soils of non-chernozem zone
    Fertilizer should be applied in autumn under-winter ploughing, but on light soils in spring.

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Active Ingredient: Nitrogen, Phosphorus & Potassium
Crops: all types of Plants, Soil & Crops, flowers, fruits, & Vegetables Description:
    Enhances Plant Growth, Flowering & crop Yield
    Improves quality & quantity of fruits.
    N - Nitrogen:- promotes the growth of leaves and vegetation 
    P - Phosphorus:- promotes root and shoot growth 
    K - Potassium: - regulation of water and nutrient movement in plant cells, purportedly promoting flowering and fruiting.
    It has good storage properties, due to high water solubility, has a greater mobility in the soil being non- hygroscopic, can be conveniently stored well even in high rainfall areas, 
    Suitable for all crops both for initial application and top dressing

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Active Ingredient:  calcium, Phosphorus & Sulphur
Crops: Field crops, all Vegetable & Fruits                                           Description:
    Helps to keep soil in good shape by maintaining soil structure.
    Both the phosphorus and sulphur are in readily available forms.
    It provides a balance of P, S and Ca that mimics pasture growth requirements

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Active Ingredient:  Ammonium, Phosphate & Sulphate
Crops:  Field crops, all Vegetable & Fruits                                           Description:
    Used as complex fertilizer for supply of ‘N’ and ‘P2O5’ nutrients.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
    Granules are stronger, harder and of uniform size which facilitates easy application
     DAP and DAP blends are used on a range of crops in broad-acre farming,
    It will address the need of constant nutritional change in the soil 
    And enable the farmers to efficiently improve soil quality and over all crop productivity."

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Active Ingredient:  Nitrogen, Phosphorus & Potassium
Crops:  Wheat, Paddy, Maize, Pulses, Sugarcane, Vegetables etc.   Description: 
    Used as a complex fertilizer for supply of all three major nutrient NPK
    Used in a basal application in crops               

Total Solid (Pouch)
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Total Solid (Pouch)

    Total Solid (Pouch)-500gm 
Product Information:
Nutrients present in "Total" are in readily available form both through phyllosphere and rhizosphere making the product highly economical and environmentally judicious. 
Essential and trace elements water-soluble in solid forms.
Organic–proteins, amino acid derivatives.
Hormones of microbial origin and growth promoters.

Special features:
•    Imparts immunity to various biotic and abiotic stresses through proper nutrition.
•    Ameliorates mineral nutrient deficiency problems very quickly as nutrients are readily available.
•    Helps in flowering and vegetative growth leading to comprehensive crop growth and development of crop plants.
•    Enhances yield and productivity leading to higher economic gain.

Dosage & Application:
Foliar Spray: Dissolve 5 gm of Total in every litre of water or 1kg in 200 litres of water and spray on both surfaces of leaves. 1kg is sufficient per acre of crop.
Fertigation: Dissolve 3-4 kg of Total in 150 litres of water and apply through drip or other Irrigation system for 1 acre of crop.
Apply 4 to 5 Days after planting during flowering.
2 to 3 sprays based on crop duration.

Compatible with all other agrochemicals.