Elixir Supreme 12:11:18

Total NITROGEN (N)12%
Ammoniacal nitrogen12%
PHOSPHORUS(V) OXIDE (P2O5) soluble in NAC and water11%
Phosphorus(V) oxide (P2O5) soluble in water8,5%
POTASSIUM OXIDE (K2O) soluble in water18%
Magnesium oxide (MgO) total3%
Sulfur (S) soluble in water14%
Total Boron (B)0,01%
Total Zinc (Zn)0,02%
Trace elements Fe, Mn

Elixir Supreme 12:11:18 + 3% MgO +14% S +0,01% B + 0,02% Zn + TE product is a complex inorganic solid mineral fertilizer. It contains basic nutrients: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) with the addition of sulphur (S) and magnesium (Mg) and micro elements such are zinc (Zn), boron (B), manganese (Mn) and iron (Fe). The special value of this formulation is sulphate-based potassium (SOP), the additional secondary macro and micro elements that improve nutrition of plants throughout the vegetation, achieving a high yield and exceptional product quality.

Application recommendations:
  • Vegetables 450 – 1,150 kg/ha
  • Onion500 – 700 kg/ha
  • Cabbage700 – 1,000 kg/ha
  • Tomato 500 – 900 kg/ha
  • Potatoes 700 – 1,100 kg/ha
  • Carrot 500 – 700 kg/ha
  • Fruits 400 – 1000 kg/ha
  • Raspberry 500 – 1,000 kg/ha
  • Grapevine 400 – 700 kg/ha
Key reasons for application:
  • Balanced ratio of nutrients in every granule enables balanced plant growth
  • High accessibility of nutrients
  • Suitable for application in a large number of grown crops
  • More efficient nitrogen (N) in ammonium form
  • Phosphorus (P) components of high-water solubility
  • Potassium is (K) in the sulphate form (SOP), which makes an excellent solution for plant varieties that are sensitive to chlorine (Cl)
  • Presence of sulphur (S) affects protein synthesis, stimulates plant enzyme activities, but it is also vital in nitrogen (N) metabolism of plants
  • Magnesium (Mg) has the key role in chlorophyll, protein, and pectin synthesis, and it affects the phosphorus intake and mobility in the plant
  • Presence of boron (B), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn) and zinc (Zn) micro elements is necessary for the key physiological processes in plants that affect the final yield quantity and quality