Modern agricultural engineering allows to achieve the considerable harvest. However, as the harvest increases, the growth of the straw mass increases accordingly. To all of this it should be added the roots and stubble of the grain, which is equivalent to a half of the harvest of the grain, in such way we will add a lot of plant residues with a wide carbon and nitrogen ratio to the soil. And this happens every year. In order to increase the decay of the straw and ensure the optimal plant nutrition, it is necessary to provide microorganisms with the required nutritional elements. For this reason, we strongly recommend that you would apply nitrogen fertiliser and cultivate stubble after harvest as soon as possible. The straw, if they are properly handled, is a valuable material for the soil. the straw improves the structure of the soil and increase its porosity.
|Nitrogen (N)||% 18 ± 0,6|
|Copper (Cu),||mg/kg 4,0 ± 8|
|Zinc (Zn)||mg/kg 5,0 ± 8|
|Surface Active Substance||0,2 %|
|Crystallization temperature||°С -10°С|