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Polyaspartic Acid

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Product Description

Polyaspartic acid is a kind of artificial biomimetic synthesized water-soluble polymer material. It does not contain phosphorus, it is non-toxic, pollution-free and fully biodegradable. It is an internationally recognized "green chemical.” Its structure notably has peptide bonds, carboxyl groups and other active groups. Polyaspartic acid has strong abilities to chelate, disperse and absorb. It also has excellent compatibility. Polyaspartic acid is widely used as a fertilizer synergist, with the effect of strengthening the comprehensive absorption of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, medium and trace elements. It can improve fertilizer utilization and increase crop yields. The product can be used alone or mixed with a variety of fertilizer. Moreover, it can be used with pesticides to improve effects.

 

Guaranteed Analysis

Polyaspartic acid..........................82.00%

Potassium oxide (K2O)..................10.00%

Calcium(Ca)................................11.00% 

 

Product Features 

Polyaspartic acid is appropriate for a variety of crops and soils as fertilizer synergist.

Non-toxic, harmless, and completely biodegradable.

Enhances fertilizer efficiency and reduces input costs.

Promotes crop growth, increases yield.

Promotes crops absorption of iron, zinc, manganese and other elements, improves crop quality.

Promotes crop maturity (7-10 days), extends harvest period (10-15 days).

Activates soil nutrients, maintains soil moisture and improve soil quality.

It can be added to urea or other fertilizers as peptide fertilizer.

Enhances the pesticide effects and reduces pesticide residues.

 

Directions for use

Polyaspartic acid is appropriate for most plants, especially for vegetable crops, deciduous fruit and nut trees, grapes, berries, olives, avocados and citrus. Polyaspartic acid is usually used as fertilizer additive. The product can be blended with urea, compound fertilizer and other fertilizer for granulation use. Add 3 to 5 kg of Polyaspartic acid per ton urea or compound fertilizers.