The rapid development of modern agriculture in the 21st century has led to the application of various new fertilizers in agricultural production. So what is better for water-soluble fertilizers and liquid fertilizers? What is the difference and difference?
The term "water-soluble fertilizer" is a general term referring to all fertilizers that are soluble in water. The ingredients are formulated with a large number of elements such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, etc., and trace elements such as iron, manganese, zinc, copper, calcium, boron, and molybdenum. Zinc, etc. In addition, high-efficiency fertilizers also contain active substances such as humic acid and amino acids. Most of the water-soluble fertilizers are originally called large-scale elemental fertilizers, such as balanced type, high-phosphorus type, and high-potassium type. These fertilizers are very different from ordinary chemical fertilizer production processes, with absorption rates of over 90% and drip irrigation of over 95%.
Traits: powder, water, granules
Applicable crops: all kinds of fruits, vegetables, food and economic crops, etc., for the efficient selection of fertilizer types.
Application period: Water-soluble fertilizer is mainly based on topdressing, because its long-lasting effect period is as long as 15-20 days.
Liquid fertilizers are also called liquid fertilizers, fluid fertilizers, clear liquid fertilizers, etc., and there is a new type of fertilizer in the liquid state. The composition of the ingredients is mainly a large number of elements, medium and trace elements, and there are also a single trace element liquid fertilizer such as molar boron. Zinc, calcium, iron, etc.
Traits: common liquids with transparent liquids and liquid fertilizers of different colors
Applicable crops: various crops vegetables, fruits, rice, wheat, etc.
Usage: Foliar spray is the main method.
Period of use: mid-to-late crop growth.