• oxide
  • elemental
Nitrogen Total (N) 12%
Ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH4) 6.1%
Urea nitrogen (Ur-N) 5.9%
Phosphorus Pentoxide (P205) 26%
Water soluble (P205) 19.5%
Potassium Oxide (K20) 9%
Water soluble (K20) 9.0%
Magnesium Oxide (MgO) 3.0%
Sulphur trioxide (SO3) 9.0%
Nitrogen Total (N) 12%
Ammoniacal nitrogen (NH4-N) 6.1%
Urea nitrogen (Ur-N) 5.9%
Phosphorus (P) 11.3%
Water soluble 8.5%
Potassium (K) 7.5%
Water soluble 7.5%
Magnesium (Mg) 1.8%
Suplhur (S) 3.6%

Characteristics

Longevity

2-3 Months

Granule size

2.0-4.5mm

Agromaster 12-26-9+3MgO | 2-3M

12-26-9+3MgO | 2-3M

12-26-9+3MgO+9SO3

  • Advantages
  • Description
  • Directions for use
Advantages
  • NPK, E-Max release technology
  • 34% controlled release nitrogen feeding for up to 3 months
  • Phosphorous content promotes strong root growth
  • Extra magnesium increases chlorophyll and photosynthesis
  • Low chloride and sodium keeps salinity low
  • Contains sulfates to provide sulfur nutrition
  • Granules do not stick together / clog equipment
Description

Agromaster High P of Everris offers Controlled Release Nitrogen for 2 to 3 months. Agromaster High P combines E-Max release technology with a mix of selected N, P and K components. This combination provides nitrogen control and high quality nutrients in a complete product. Agromaster High P products are low in chloride.

Directions for use

Open field application:
Apply the Agromaster product before transplanting or 20 – 30 days after seeding. It is recommended to work the Agromaster product into the top 5cm of the soil.

Localized application:
Apply the Agromaster product before transplanting or 20 – 30 days after seeding. When more than 200 – 250kg/ha is applied in the row; apply Agromaster at least 4 rows. The recommended general band application for vegetables is 250 – 450 kg/ha (1 meter band width).

Agromaster High P delivers enough controlled release nitrogen (34%) to ensure continuous feeding for 2 – 3 months. The phosphorous content encourages strong root growth while magnesium boosts chlorophyll and photosynthesis.