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"Boteng" Calcium Ammonium Nitrate Fertilizer-Can

Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Product Introduction:
Calcium nitrate contains a high percentage of nitrate-nitrogen, which makes this one of the most cost effective nitrate-nitrogen sources for fertigation. This product is ideal for glasshouse and outdoor fertigation programmes. When applied as a solid, there is no risk of losing any of the N as ammonia gas due to all the nitrogen being in the nitrate form.

Storage Tips:
Kept away from moisture and high temperature.
It should be stored separately from poisonous Substances.
It should be stored in a dry, ventilative and clean warehouse. 

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