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An Innovative Perspective on the Use of Chelated Fertilizer
Optimum Feeding with High Acidification
- N-pHacid gives very fast results in the hardest waters and soils with very low pH. Reviews - In fact, the stability of the chelates Depends on pH.
- DTPA chelating agent decomposes above pH 8 and loses its stability. This is an inevitable end to other chelating agents at different pH ranges.
- That is to say, the chelates applied at mild acidic pH (5.5-6.5) remain stable (they do not decompose), so the duration of the effect of the feed products will be longer as they cannot bond in the soil. - N-pHacid dissolves the plant nutrients accumulated in the soil with previous irrigation (reserve in the soil) and enables it to be taken up by the plants. And the use of these nutrients in the soil will make an economic contribution to the person using N-pHacid.
- In addition, oxidation reduces the main iron and manganese, phosphorus, magnesium and zinc elements and converts them into form that can be taken by plants.

Phosphorus Magnesium in Soil
Dissolving Calcium
- N-pHacid, especially calcium phosphates (phosphorus-calcium binding) and plays a very active role in the dissolution of calcium-magnesium phosphates allows phosphorus useful for plants. In the first use of N-pHacid, it is inevitable to see a flowering effect. This is the best example of how N-pHacid dissolves bound phosphorus in the soil. However, it also allows the calcium to be fed much more easily by releasing calcium from the plant. This will ensure that your plants have healthier roots, more disease-resistant plants and optimum transpiration, which keeps metabolic activity at a high level, and yields long-lasting products with quality (allure) and resistance. - In addition, magnesium feeding is a guarantee that your plants will stay younger. Reviews MAKES THE CONNECTED IRON AND MANGANESE SOIL ON THE SOIL. Reviews High soil pH ensures the degradation of the chelating substances around the nutrients we apply to the soil and oxidation of nutrients to the form that cannot be taken. This phenomenon occurs most frequently in the iron and manganese element, which causes us economic harm as iron-manganese chlorosis. If you apply N-pHacid, these oxidized elements are reduced and turned into useful form for plants.