Large amount of humified organic carbon (humic and fulvic carbon)

NPK (Ca-S) 9-12-18 (8-15)
with Boron (B), Iron (Fe) and Zinc (Zn)


It is an innovative organo-mineral NPK fertilizer, with meso (calcium, sulfur) and microelements (boron, zinc and iron) dedicated to the tomato, the vine, the potato, the cucurbits, the solanacea, the onion, the cabbage etc. requiring a prevalent source of potassium sulphate, aimed at minimizing salinity and chlorine; it comes along with good amounts of available phosphorus and gradual release nitrogen, for a balanced development and an efficient ripening of sugars, starch and color.


• Packaging: 25-500 kg
• Shape: minipellets, grains
• NPK ratio: 1:1,3:2

The presence of calcium, sulfur and microelements, essential to the setting and the photosynthetic activity, makes the product suitable on grapevines and several vegetable crops.
Nutrient units, while reacting with the humified part of organic matter (humic and fulvic acids and humins), acquire a considerable degree of protection thus allowing an optimal agronomic yield.

This allows:

  • high and extended nutrient availability for the entire crop cycle;
  • reduction of losses due to insolubility, leaching and evaporation;
  • rationalizing the fertilization technique, with the option of moving forward  from periods of nutritional usage;
  • saving in fertilizer units.
The added mineral NITROGEN is protected and gradually swapped out as being integrated into the humic part of the organic matter.
CALCIUM makes the cell membranes stronger, neutralizes the organic acids and improves the quality of the production.
SULFUR (SO15%) contributes by feeding the plant with a better amino acid metabolism on a cellular level.
BORON, ZINC and IRON: the first one improves fruit setting, uptake and transport of calcium, the second one enhances photosynthetic efficiency and production of sugar, the latter affects the metabolism of nitrogen and phosphorus uptake.

    Artichoke: Placed underground at time of initial work.

    Asparagus: At the end of the harvest,  with placement underground.


    Vegetables:  Placed underground during pre-sowing or pre-transplanting, in the course of preparatory work.


    Table grapes:  At  time of vegetative revival, with placement underground.


    Grapevine: At time of vegetative revival and/or at the end of the summer, after harvest, on early ripening vines with placement underground.


Reference guidelines for individual crops are purely illustrative and are changeable, in relation to the needs, the fertility levels and the provisions of various regulations.

Organic fertilizers or soil conditioners: feeding farmed animals with herbage plants, or being taken across the pasture after the harvest is forbidden for at least 21 days after the application.

Do not dispose packaging in the environment. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.