New Generation Slow Release Fertilizers
Unikey Round Inhibitor Urea
Properties and Effect
Nitrogen losses begin when urea is applied to soil. Urea turns into ammonia and
ammonium. This conversion is defined as the hydrolysis of urea (fusing/melting).
Hot and dry weather conditions
Ineffective rainfall or irrigation
Soils with a high ph value
Soils with low ion exchange capacity
Lack of organic matter in soils
The land where the planting is done
Unikey Round - Granular DMPP / DCD Inhibitor
During the active phase of DMPP (4 to 10 weeks,depending on soil temperature and soil humidity) the transformation of ammonium to nitrate is delayed. As a result N-availability is further adapted to the plants requirements and N-efficiency is increased.
Unikey Round AS21+60SO3 (DCD Chelate)
The nitrogen in the form of ammonium, the chemical nitrification inhibitor
Stabilized with disiadiamide (DCD). DCD, nitrification causing the nitrosonomas bacteria to last for several weeks.
Thus, the conversion of ammonium nitrogen to nitrate nitrogen is slowed down.
This process improves the acidification effect of gubernan, which elevates the ammonium nitrogen absorption of plants to a high level the ammonium ion (NH4) in the soil is prolonged.
It contains 21% ammonium nitrogen. 2-4 mm Green granule.