What is Straight fertilizer? Straight fertilizer can sometimes refer to as simple fertilizer. Straight fertilizer contains one main nutrients which can supply straight to the crops, contains small quantities of other nutrients to help the plants use the main one. Straight fertilizer adds one of these 3 primary nutrients to the crops which are Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) or mostly known as NPK.
- Nitrogen fertilizer – Nitrogen is one of the primary components which can be found in most straight fertilizer. Nitrogen is important to the crops because it is the component in plant cells, which gives the green look of the plants. Nitrogen’s purpose is to supply goods to the plant during photosynthesis and enhance the plant growth. Lack of nitrogen will cause the leaf become yellowish and affect the result of the plant growth.
- Phosphorus (P) – Phosphorus is a second component in fertilizer. It will increase the root growth and flowering. The root will grow deep and tree becomes much firmer and stable. The nutrient will be absorbed effectively by the roots.
- Potassium (K) – Potassium is also a crucial component in numerous fertilizers. It is crucial in flowering and fruiting role. Potassium deficiency will have an effect on the plant protein synthesis. Potassium will support the plant chemical process such as protein, sugar, carbohydrate, and enzyme synthesis for plant growth.
Straight fertilizer usually used for fixing issues caused by specific nutrient deficiencies. Agromaster offer straight fertilizer for plantation used such as palm oil, rubber agar wood, paddy field and more.Leave a reply