42% W/V - Nitrogen (420gms/litre)
Nitrogen as Ammonia
is a liquid blend of urea and ammonium nitrate.
is a macronutrient essential for normal plant growth, in fact it is
the nutrient in greatest demand. Nitrogen is necessary for plants
to produce chlorophyll and is the major component of proteins.
most obviously seen as a pale green or yellow colour, particulary
of the older leaves of the plant.
matter and high carbon residue added to the soil will make the condition
* Compared to soil applied Nitrogen, on a kilo per kilo basis, foliar
applied Nitrogen can be up to 7 times more efficient.
* When foliar applying Nitrogen to crops, the lower the rate of water
applied will improve results, however, crops under
any moisture stress, or under high temperatures or windy situations
will be open to potential fertilizers (salt) burn. Use lower
rates of water at your own discretion.