Elixir Supreme 6:8:24

Nitrogen (N) total8%
Ammonium nitrogen6%
PHOSPHORUS PENTOXIDE (P2O5) soluble in NAC and in water8%
Phosphorus(V)oxide (P2O5) soluble in water5,2%
POTASSIUM OXIDE (K2O) soluble in water24%
Magnesium-oxide (MgO) total2%
Sulphur (S) soluble in water15%
Boron (B) total0,1%

NPK 6:8:24 + 2% Mg + 15% S + 0.1% B product is a complex inorganic mineral fertilizer that contains all necessary macro elements which provide for full nourishment to cultivated plants during the production cycle. In addition to basic macro elements: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) the formulation is enriched with secondary macro elements – magnesium (Mg) and sulphur (S), as well as the micro element boron (B).

Recommended application:
  • Vegetables 400 – 900 kg/ha
  • Onion 400 – 700 kg/ha
  • Carrot450 – 650 kg/ha
  • Sugar beet350 – 600 kg/ha
  • Tobacco 350 – 500 kg/ha
  • Fruit400 – 700 kg/ha
  • Sour cherry400 – 600 kg/ha
  • Blueberry400 – 650 kg/ha
Reasons for application:
  • Each granule contains completely identical ratio of nutrients
  • Nitrogen (N) in the ammonium form is absorbed directly and integrated into the plant’s organic matter while it is also more resistible to losses caused by flushing
  • Phosphorus component (P) of high water solubility is in a suitable form for absorption
  • Potassium (K) is on sulphate basis (SOP), which makes the product an excellent solution for application in crops sensitive to chlorine (Cl)
  • Suitable formulation for plant varieties having an emphasised need for potassium (K)
  • Potassium (K) in formulation contributes to better tolerance of plants to stress conditions, more efficient water balance regulation and carbohydrates exchange, which contributes to achieving of higher and better quality yields
  • The presence of sulphur (S) affects the synthesis of proteins, stimulates the enzyme activity of the plants, but it is also of key significance in nitrogen (N) metabolism in the plants
  • The presence of boron (B) micro elements is necessary for conducting of the key physiological processes in plants that affect the final quality and yield amount