- RAW Nitrogen contains 20% Ammonium Nitrogen (N) in a water soluble form
- RAW Nitrogen does not contain nitrates or urea which enables it to be applied at all stages of growth and bloom
Select the Right Fertilizer for Your Needs | | news-journal.comMarch 10, 2018 - Longview News-Journal
For plants to truly flourish, the right growing conditions and soil that offers the right nutrients is of paramount importance. Fertilizer enhances soil so that plants and flowers can thrive....
Southwest Yard and Garden: Caring for your pinesMarch 11, 2018 - Las Cruces Sun-News
Faster growth can be encouraged with the application of a controlled-release fertilizer designed for trees and shrubs up to two times per year. Note: Faster growth does not necessarily mean a healthier plant in the long term. Slow and steady wins the...
Know Your Fertilizer: What NPK really means
The world of fertilizers can be complex, but it all hinges on three letters: N, P and K. These are the three macronutrients that are essential for plant growth -- nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium...
NPK Fertilizer Ratios Every Pro Should Know - BizPro Fertilizer FAQ #1
BizPro Fertilizer FAQ Youtube Playlist: http://bit.ly/13pTzLJ The best way to fertilize will depend on what it is that you're planning to fertilize and what is in the fertilizer. In this...
Galleryback to menu ↑
Background Report on Fertilizer Use, Contaminants and RegulatorsDIANE Publishing. 2000
Provides information on fertilizer use, consumption patterns, composition & regulations. This information is for fertilizers from natural mineral sources & those that are derived from industrial byproducts. The data for heavy metals in fertilizers are used to provide estimates of the rates at which these metals may be added to agricultural soils from standard agronomic practices. The additions of heavy metals to agricultural soil are discussed in terms of federal & international regulations. This report focuses on inorganic fertilizers & their application to agricultural lands. Also gives information on biosolids (sewage sludge) & its regulations, & on the use of recycled industrial byproducts as fertilizers. Tables.