NPK fertilizers are compound fertilizers containing nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K). They provide essential nutrients for plant growth and come in different ratios.
The ratio of N:P:K is indicated on the packaging of the fertilizer using three numbers. For example, a fertilizer with a ratio of 10:5:5 means it contains 10% nitrogen, 5% phosphorus, and 5% potassium.
NPK 19:19:19: This balanced fertilizer provides equal ratios of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K), promoting healthy plant growth, improved flowering, and enhanced fruit and vegetable production.
NPK 00:52:34: This fertilizer is rich in phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) while being devoid of nitrogen (N). It is particularly beneficial for stimulating root development, improving flowering, and enhancing fruit quality and yield.
NPK 00:00:50: This fertilizer is high in potassium (K) and does not contain nitrogen (N) or phosphorus (P). It is ideal for plants in their reproductive stages, as potassium plays a crucial role in flower and fruit formation, enhancing overall crop productivity.
NPK 20:20:20 is a balanced fertilizer that boosts plant growth, enhances chlorophyll production, improves stress tolerance, and increases nutrient absorption for healthy and robust plants.
NPK 12:61:00: This fertilizer is high in phosphorus (P) and does not contain nitrogen (N) or potassium (K). It is particularly beneficial for stimulating root development, promoting early plant establishment, and enhancing flowering and seed production