- Model NO.: 100%
- Application: Vegetables, Flowers, Fruit
- Validity: Quick Acting
- Infection On Soil: Physiological Neutral
- Trademark: X-humate
- Specification: 100% soluble
- HS Code: 382490
- Condition: Used
- State: Powder
- Physics State: Solid
- Chemical Character: Chemical Neutral
- Transport Package: in 20kg, 25kg, Bag, or as Requirements
- Origin: China, Hebei
Classification: Organic Fertilizer
Type: Organic Fertilizer
CAS No.: 73-22-3
Other Names: amino acid
MF: not available
EINECS No.: 200-795-6
Place of Origin: China (Mainland)
Release Type: Quick
Application: compound fertilizer
Brand Name: x-humate
Model Number: amino acid
product: amino acid
appearance: light yellow powder
source: aminal origin
Amino Acid: 50%
usage: feed additive
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||in 20 KG bags|
|Delivery Detail:||within 14 days after receiving advance payment|
Soluble Amino acid
Light yellow powder
Amino Acid: 50%
Amino Acid is molecules containing an amine group, a carboxylic acid group and a side
chain that varies between different amino acids. These molecules contain the key elements of
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrogen. These molecules are particularly important in
biochemistry, where this term refers to alpha-amino acids with the general formula
H2NCHRCOOH, where R is an organic substituent.
|Contain Chelated microelements|
Packaging & Shipping
20kgs craft paper bags, 16mts/20'FCL
1 Field Crops and Vegetables: 1-2kg/ha at period of rapid growth or nutritiona stress, 2 times at least through growing seasons.
2 Tree Crops: 1-3kg/ha at active growth period, 2-4 weeks intervals through growing aseasons.
3 Grapes and Berries: 1-2kg/ha at active growth period, 1 week intervals at least through vegetative growth period.
4 Turf: 3-6kg/ha at active growth period.
5 Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Flowing Plants: Dilute at rate of 25kgs in 1 or more steres of water and spray to complete coverage
Use as Foliar Ferilizer and Plant Growth Regulator in Vegetables, drip irrigation, Fruits, Flowers, Tea plants, Tobacco, Cereal and Oil plants, Horticulture.