Brand: Seklos
Packaged:2000 g
Ex Tax: 11.95€

Purpose. Fertilizer of animal origin with long‐term effects and high nitrogen and phosphorus content. With this form of fertilizer, nutrients are released slowly and pose no risk of plant burns. Organic substances have a positive effect on soil microbiology and its composition. Phosphorus provides energy and accelerates root development, while nitrogen leads to faster growth of green mass. The fertilizer is suitable for all plants, but because of its pungent odour, we recommend using the fertilizer for fertilizing outdoor plants.

Fertilization recommendations: fertilize locally, it is best to insert the fertilizers to the soil, around the plant, or to mix the fertilizer with soil before planting the plant. The fertilizer has a long effect. For this reason, it would be better to use most of it in the first half of the vegetation. After fertilization it is necessary to water the plants. For faster effect, use it in combination with microbiological fertilizer.

Fertilizer rate. Vegetables and potato – 100–200 g/m2 flowers – 150–250 g/m2 strawberries, fruit bushes, ornamental plants – 150–250 g/m2 fruit trees – 200–250 g/m2 lawns – 200 g/m2.

Composition. Total nitrogen (N) – 4,7, urea (NH2) – 0,7 %, organic nitrogen – 4 % phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5) – 5,6 % (including soluble in water – 5,5 %) potassium oxide (K2O) – 0,5 % calcium oxide (CaO) – 26,9 % magnesium oxide (MgO) – 1,3 % organic matter content – 36,9 % dry matter content – 97 % organic carbon – 22,1 % moisture content of the fertilizer – 3 % organic matter content in dry matter – 38,4 %.

Precautionary statements: Follow general hygiene requirements when working with the fertilizer. Keep out of the reach of children. Protect from moisture and sunlight. Store in temperatures between +5 to +25°C. After eye and skin contact rinse thoroughly with water. Ingestion: Rinse mouth. Get medical advice/attention if you feel unwell. Dispose of contents/container subject to the local regulations.

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