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What is N-pHacid?
N-pHacid is a concentrated product produced by special production technique and has high acidification capacity. N-pHacid with high acidification capacity has minimum abrasion for human skin. N-pHacid is specially developed for use in your soil and irrigation water.
N-pHacid is not flammable.
Recommendations For Using N-pHacid;
⁃ Read and review the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) before using N-pHacid.
Wear protective equipment to prevent physical contact with the product. (In case of physical contact, wash with plenty of water.)
Gözlük The use of splash goggles is highly recommended.
Plastik Wear synthetic rubber and non-nylon plastic apron protective equipment such as gloves, pants and boots.
Reviews Clean used clothing with plenty of water before reuse.
N-pHacid Acylating Effect
N-pHacid root region pH (rhizosphere pH) acidizes by allowing the root region of the plants to relax. N-pHacid, saline, such as Sodium (Na) in the root zone makes it possible to rinse the salinity of the elements. N-pHacid increases the permeability of the soil surface and melts the crusting (Kays layer, impermeable Lime layer). Improves Na (Sodium) toxicity in your soil. Neutralizes the carbonates and bicarbonates in your water and soil. This improves the performance of your water and soil.
N-pHacid Feeding Effect
N-pHacid breaks the strong bond between Calcium and Phosphorus in your soil, increases the solubility and plant availability of Iron, Zinc and Mangan N-pHacid allows the removal of fertilizers, which have been previously applied and bound with high pH of the soil. This is an extra economic contribution. N-pHacid provides a balanced ammonium-nitrate feed through slow-release urea in its structure.
N-pHacid Biostimulant Effect
N-pHacid provides optimal growth of your plants under all conditions thanks to the active biostimulants it contains. N-pHacid effects on soil management; N-pHacid improves soil structure, improves soil water permeability and drainage.
Recommendations For Using N-pHacid
Read and inspect the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) before using N-pHacid. Use protective equipment to prevent physical contact with the product. (In case of physical contact, wash with plenty of water). It is strongly recommended to use glasses against splashing eyes. Use synthetic rubber and non-nylon plastic apron with protective equipment such as gloves, pants and boots. Clean clothing with plenty of water before re-use.
N-pHacId and SOIL
Since soil pH affects the usefulness of all plant nutrients, it directly affects the life and development of plants. Most plant nutrients are available between pH 6.0 and 6.5. The nutrients remain in the soil solution at this pH range long enough to successfully travel to the plant roots. For example, the highest solubility of nitrogen is in the range of pH 4 to pH 8. The solubility at this pH or below is severely restricted. Soil acidity or alkalinity (pH) is very important for the decomposition of mineral rocks. It also converts fertilizers from their forms in bags into forms that plants can easily take. Soil microorganisms convert organic nitrogen (amino acids) into ammonium nitrogen and then into nitrate form, which is due to soil pH. N-pHacid constitutes the highest acidity for soil and regulates the most important factor for the survival of the soil. SOUND SOIL pH.
pH Reducer
Effective Formula
SOIL ACTION FOR PRODUCTION
High soil pHs limit food supply and plant growth. The goal of soil acidification is to increase the product performance and reduce the economic inputs by decreasing the soil pH.
The results were made using de-ionized water and 1: 2 soil: water ration.
Product Content
Product Content
Product Content
Product Content
pH Level
Clover 6,5-8.4
Asparagus 6,5-9,0
Azalea 4,5-5,5
Beans 5,8-8,1
pH Level
Blackberries 4,5-5,5
Corn (Grain or Silage) 5,5-8,4
Fruit Trees 6,0-8,0
Garlic 6,5-8,4
pH Level
Grass Seed / Meadow 5,5-8,2
Onions 6,5-8,4
Potatoes 5,0-8,3
Cereals 5,5-8,4
pH Level
Sugar Beet 6,0-8,5
Peat and Tea 5,5-8,0
Vegetables 6,5-8,2
LIME NEUTRALIZATION AMOUNT OF SOME SELECTED NITROGEN FERTILIZERS
Higher Lime content requires more acidifying material. 1985 Adapted from Tisdale. 1985 Adapted from Tisdale.
Amount of Nitrogen required for Nitrogen Source / Lime neutralization
5.4
Ammonium Sulphate
1.8
Anhydrite Ammonia
1.8
Urea
0.0
Calcium Nitrate
5.0
Mono-ammonium phosphate (MAP)
SEASONAL SOIL pH CHANGES
The pH of the soil is seasonally variable.
High soil pH (alkalinity) or low pH (acidity) was measured at the end of winter or before fertilization and at the beginning of spring. In sandy, low organic matter soils, soil pH may drop more than 1 unit (eg 7.2 to 6.2). The soil is low or very acidic at the beginning of the soil pH in the low season when the organic matter is low in low sandy soils. The soil pH is reduced by the increase in biological activity due to soil temperature and by fertilizers. The buffering capacity of the soil determines the level of seasonal pH changes. Soils containing a significant amount of clay and / or organic matter undergo a small seasonal pH change (around 0.3 units) by buffering the pH change.
ph Balance
Provides pH balance of soil.
Efficient Land
It plays an active role in the increase of good soil yield.
Quality Harvest
Your products grow in quality and ensure a healthy production.
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