Boron is an important Micronutrient fertilizer that plays a vital role in all the stages of a plant’s Growth & Development. Boron is an element of the cell membrane and is indispensable for cell division. Boron activates pollen germination, Flowering, and fruiting. Process, resulting in better seed and fruit set and higher yield.


Non-flammable and risk-free storage

Wide application range, for all types of crops and soils

Neutral pH and harmless to crops and soil

Promotes growth and development in plants

Ensures adequate supply of Nitrogen to plants

Increases yield

Rich source of nutrients

Boric Acid

Boron has various functions to plants, including:

Maintaining the balance between starch and sugar. It does so by helping in the translocation of carbohydrates and sugar.

Essential in the process of pollination and seed production - processes vital in increasing yields.

Critical to the normal cell division, protein formation, and nitrogen metabolism.

Supports water and nutrient transport throughout the plant.

Phosphoric acid
It is a multi-function agent, used for plant nutrition, pH adjustment and cleansing irrigation equipment (notably dripper lines) from lime precipitates. Phosphoric acid is an efficient source of phosphorus for plants. It is suitable for Nutrigation of greenhouse crops, open field crops and fruit trees.
Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate
Free-flowing crystalline product

Source of magnesium and sulphates

Very soluble in water

Neutral pH

Can be applied in fertigation or via leaf feeding

MKP (Mono potassium Phosphate)

MKP is used as a source of phosphorus and potassium where nitrogen levels should be kept low.

It is demonstrated that MKP fertilizer application via leaves prevents fungi growth. When mixed with pesticides it is shown that it increases the effectiveness of such pesticides

Magnesium sulphate
Free-flowing crystalline product

Source of magnesium and sulphates

Very soluble in water

Neutral pH

Can be applied in fertigation or via leaf feeding

Magnesium Nitrate Hexahydrate
High quality source of nitrogen and magnesium

Nitrogen in nitrate form, the most efficient source of nitrogen for plant growth

100% water soluble

Available as crystalline product, in flakes or as prills

Suitable for use in fertigation, as foliar feeding and in NPK formulations

MAP (Mono ammonium Phosphate)

Monoammonium phosphate (MAP) is a widely used source of phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N). It’s made of two constituents common in the fertilizer industry and contains the most phosphorus of any common solid fertilizer.

MAP is also used in dry chemical fire extinguishers commonly found in offices, schools and homes

SOP (Potassium Sulphate)
Fully water-soluble free-flowing crystalline product

Provides the plant with a high concentration of potassium and sulphur


Increases the availability of phosphorus, calcium, magnesium and trace elements

Potassium humate
For soil, improving soil,promoting soil temperature,enhancing root development. Effectively regulating soil acidity and alkalinity, solving soil consolidation and so on.

In the case of dry climate, reduce the stomatal opening of crops.

Fulvic acid

Enable better uptake of nutrients

Provides a carbon source to help keep nutrients readily available to the crop

Easy to apply with other nutrients or crop protection products

Easy to apply at planting or throughout the growing season

UP (Urea Phosphate)
A water-soluble fertilizer with high phosphorus and Nitrogen content along with plant development also cleans drip pipes. It is readily soluble in water and is best for drip irrigation and foliar application of fertilizer. This combination ensures strong flower and fruit development.
Gibberellic Acid
Overcoming Dormancy: Treatment of seeds/tubers before sowing with Gibberellic acid is effective in overcoming dormancy and causing rapid germination of seed.

Premature Flowering: Flowering may be induced by direct application of Gibberellic acid to young plants. This action is not sustained and treatment may have to be repeated.

Ferrous Sulphate

Required for the Formation of Some Proteins as well in Photosynthesis

Promotes Healthy Growth in Plants and Energy Transfers

Part of the Enzyme System Needed for Plant Respiration

Essential for Chlorophyll Production

Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate
Copper sulfate is commonly used in gardening and agriculture as a fungicide and fertilizer. Used in the correct concentrations, copper sulfate prevents damage to plants from mold and fungi. Plants growing in soils that are deficient in copper will benefit from the application of a copper sulfate-based fertilizer.
Calcium Nitrate
100% water-soluble micro-prills

Supplies the plant with nitrogen and calcium throughout the growing period

Improves the availability of potassium and magnesium

Can be used in both horticulture and agriculture

Citric acid

Thanks to Citric Acid, you will be able to correct the pH levels of your crops and thus ensure quality crops, as well as fruits and vegetables with better flavour and aroma.

Provided in two kinds:

Citric acid anhydrous: usually used in food productions

Citric acid monohydrate: usually used in fertilizing

Ammonium sulphate
The primary use of ammonium sulfate is as a fertilizer for alkaline soils. In the soil, the ammonium ion is released and forms a small amount of acid, lowering the pH balance of the soil, while contributing essential nitrogen for plant growth.
Ammonium nitrate
Ammonium nitrate is a popular fertilizer since it provides half of the N in the nitrate form and half in the ammonium form. The nitrate form moves readily with soil water to the roots where it is immediately available for plant uptake. The ammonium fraction is taken up by roots or gradually converted to nitrate by soil microorganisms.