Mineral Fertilizer are distinctly separate from organic materials. However, certain organic fertilizers and amendments are mined, specifically guano and peat, and other mined minerals are fossil products of animal activity, such as greensand (anaerobic marine deposits), some limestones (fossil shell deposits) and some rock phosphates, (fossil guano).

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Christmas Island Rock Phosphate
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Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) Organic Fertilizer

Phosphorus is an essential element required for plant. Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) or commonly called “rock dust” is a recommended phosphorus fertilizer that adds phosphorus to your organic garden. Rock phosphate for gardens has long since been used as a fertilizer for healthy plant growth.

What is Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP)?
Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) was formed by slow phosphatisation of the parent sedimentary and volcanic rocks over millions of years. The Island is made up of volcanic rocks interbedded with coral limestone, and has been subjected to several phases of uplifting, forming a central plateau at an elevation of 200 – 350 metres above sea level.

Christmas Island Rock Phosphate’s combination of fluorohydroxyapatite, calcium iron and aluminium phosphates make it a highly sought-after phosphate product, which provides benefits in a range of fertilizer manufacturing processes. Its relatively high total phosphorus oxide (P2O5) level improves the analysis of many straight and compound fertilizers, and its iron and aluminium content improves the granule strength of a range of acidulated fertilizers. In addition, its reactive characteristics provide advantages for compacted fertilizers that do not undergo chemical processes.

Once applied, Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) remains in the soil until used by the plants – will not leach. Ideal for fruiting and flowering plants, it stimulates strong root formation, hastens crop maturity and encourages earthworms and soil bacteria.

There are a number of types of rock phosphate fertilizer available on the market, some are liquid, and some are dry. Many gardeners swear by using rock-based fertilizers such as rock phosphate, bone meal and Azomite. These nutrient-rich fertilizers work with the soil rather than against it as chemical fertilizers do. The nutrients are then made available to plants at a steady and even rate throughout the growing season.

Is it an Organic Fertilizer?
Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) is recommended as an organic fertilizer because the organic experts consider it to be an organic fertilizer.

What Does Rock Phosphate Do for Plants?
The use of Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) for gardens is a common practice for both flowers as well as vegetables.
1. 100% Organic Fertilizer.
2. Provide just the right amount of nutrients to make plants strong and healthy.
3. Will not burn plants.
4. Used as a long-lasting source of phosphorus.
5. Beneficial for flowering plants. Flowers love an application of Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) early in the season and will reward you with big, vibrant blooms.
6. Encourage healthy tree and lawn root system development. (Use Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) in top layer of your garden soil where new roots can find it).
7. Use Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) in your vegetable garden, you will have fewer pests, greater yields and richer flavor.
8. Used as bulb food and transplanting fertilizer, because of its high phosphorus content.
9. Used as good mix with creating customized organic fertilizers.

How to Apply Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) Fertilizer?
• Broadcast 25 – 50gm per 1 square feet or side dress around existing plants.

• Adding Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP / Rock dust) to compost will add available nutrients for plants. Use this compost heavily in your vegetable garden and the nutrients will make up for what is removed when you harvest.

Application frequency: Monthly.

Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) Typical Analysis
1.Phosphate (P2O5): 30.00 %
2.2% Citric Acid Solubility:5 – 6 %
3.Moisture: Max 4.00 %
4.Calcium as CaO: 35.00 %
5.SiO2: 0.35 %
6.MgO: 0.50 %
7.Fluorine: Max 1.50 %
8.Cadmium: Max 40.00 ppm
9.Density: 1.38 t/cu.m
10.State: Powder
11.Size Grading (Bulk unground): 38 % Passing through Mesh 30
12.Size Grading (Bulk after grinding): 81 % Passing through Mesh 30
13.Color: Brown
14.Origin: Australia

Packing: 2Kg per Packet.

Compound Trace Element Fertilizer
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Compound Trace Element Fertilizer
Code: FL Series

Suitable for Vegetables, Fruits & All ornamentals

Plants must obtain the following mineral nutrients from their growing medium:
• The macronutrients:
Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Calcium (Ca), Sulfur (S), Magnesium (Mg)

• The micronutrients (or trace minerals):
Boron (B), Chlorine (Cl), Manganese (Mn), Iron (Fe), Zinc (Zn), Copper (Cu), Molybdenum (Mo), Nickel (Ni).

Every plant has its own particular requirement for nutrients. Trace elements, or micronutrients, usage are very small in quantity but are essential for growing a healthy plant, giving higher yield, more dynamic color and others benefits.

Compound Trace Element Fertilizer is a great supplement product for plants which require an extra boost of micronutrients, maximizes for optimum plant utilization and helps to prevent trace elements locked by clay soil.

Benefits of Compound Trace Element Fertilizer
• Supply Trace Elements to plant
• Optimal well-balanced trace elements plant nutrition
• Act well on increasing plant growth, grow healthy and vigorous
• Structural strength for reducing lodging and pest attack
• Reduced drought and heat stress
• Improved plant defense
• Increases uptake of water and nutrients from the soil
• Improves fruits color, sweetness, consistency
• Increasing size of fruits and quality

Suitable for
It is suitable for most field crops, vegetables, seedlings, fruit trees, flowers, drip irrigation, green houses and nursery plants.

Product Typical Analysis
Phosphorus (P2O5): 4.00 %
Magnesium (MgO): 4.00 %
Calcium (CaO): 40.00 %
Boron (B): 0.02 %
Iron (Fe): 0.40 %
Copper (Cu): 0.40 %
Manganese (Mn): 2.50 %
Molybdenum (Mo): 0.05 %
Cobalt (Co): 0.03 %
Zinc (Zn): 1.00 %
Silica (SiO2): 17.20 %

Application Rate
• Potting plant: 3 – 5g per pot; Frequency: every two weeks.
• Soil treatment: 8 – 10g per m2 for each crop cycle, or after each harvest.

Precautions:
• Sealed and keep in dry place at room temperature.
• Keep out of children reach.

Packing: 1 Kg per Packet

Diatomite Silicon Granular Fertilizer
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Diatomaceous Earth (DE) Silicon Granular

Fertilizer is formed naturally from freshwater algae skeletons and is a rich source of cristobalite-free Plant Available Silica (PAS).

Silica (Si) is an important element for plants, essential to good health. Si fertilization has a double effect on the soil-plant system. Firstly, improved plant Si nutrition reinforces plant protective properties against diseases, insect attack, and unfavorable climatic conditions such as drought, salt, heavy metal or hydrocarbon toxicity.Secondly, soil treatment with
biochemically active Si substances optimizes soil fertility through improved water, physical, and chemical soil properties and maintenance of nutrients in plant-available forms. Diatomaceous Earth has a high cation exchange capacity (CEC), enhancing the retention of important cations, such as N and K.

Benefits of Si in plants include:
1.  Increases plant defense and resistance to pest attack, drought and heat stress
2. Increases plant P nutrition, reduces N, P and K leaching and reducing lodging from cultivated areas
3. Improved utilization of fertilizer
4. Recover graded soils and increases soil fertility level
5. Improved crop photosynthetic activity
6. Increased crop yield and quality

Application Rate:
Recommendation for soil application rate: 220 Kgs/ Ha
Recommendation for fertigation application rate:30g / Bag
Target crops: Oil palm, melon, banana, pineapple &sweet corn growing on peat soil, paddy, durian andother tropical fruit-trees.

Diatomaceous Earth (DE) Silicon Granular
Fertilizer Specification
1. Silicon Dioxide (SiO2) : 80 – 86
2. Alumina (Al2O3) : 4 – 6
3. Ferric Oxide (Fe2O3) : 1 – 3.5
4. Titanium Oxide (TiO2) : 0.27
5. Calcium Oxide (CaO) : 0.23
6. Manganese Oxide (MnO) : NIL
7. Magnesium Oxide (MgO) : 0.81
8. Sodium Oxide (Na2O) : 1.27
9. Potassium Oxide (K2O) : 0.18
10. Phosphorous Pentaoxide (P2O5) : 0.09

Typical Physical Properties
1. Colour : Pale Yellow/ Off-white
2. pH of 10% slurry : 7.5 – 8.4
3. Moisture : 8 – 12%
4. Loss on ignition : 5.42
5. Water Absorption : 120%
6. Bulk Density : 0.60 – 0.65 gm/ml
7. Particle Size : 1 – 4 mm

Packaging: 1 Kg per Bag

Egyptian Rock Phosphate
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Egyptian Rock Phosphate

Phosphorus is an essential element required for plant. Rock Phosphate or commonly called “rock dust” is a recommended phosphorus fertilizer that adds phosphorus to your organic garden. Rock phosphate for gardens has long since been used as a fertilizer for healthy plant growth.

 

What is Rock Phosphate?
Rock phosphate, or phosphorite, is mined from clay deposits that contain phosphorus and is used to make organic phosphate fertilizers that many gardeners utilize.

There are a number of types of rock phosphate fertilizer available on the market, some are liquid, and some are dry. Many gardeners swear by using rock-based fertilizers such as rock phosphate and bone meal. These nutrient-rich fertilizers work with the soil rather than against it as chemical fertilizers do. The nutrients are then made available to plants at a steady and even rate throughout the growing season.

 

Is it an Organic Fertilizer?
Egyptian Rock phosphate (ERP) is recommended as an organic fertilizer because the organic experts consider it to be an organic fertilizer.

 

What Does Rock Phosphate Do for Plants?
The use of Egyptian Rock phosphate (ERP) for gardens is a common practice for both flowers as well as vegetables.
• 100% Organic Fertilizer.
• Provide just the right amount of nutrients to make plants strong and healthy.
• Will not burn plants.
• Used as a long-lasting source of phosphorus.
• An excellent source of phosphorus and calcium
• Provides both short and long term plant benefits
• Great for feeding flowering trees and shrubs
• Stimulates exceptional root growth
• Used as good mix with creating customized organic fertilizers.

 

How to Apply Egyptian Rock phosphate Fertilizer?
• Broadcast 25 – 50gm per 1 square feet or side dress around existing plants.

• Adding Egyptian Rock phosphate (ERP) to compost will add available nutrients for plants. Use this compost heavily in your vegetable garden and the nutrients will make up for what is removed when you harvest.

Application frequency: Monthly.

 

Egyptian Rock phosphate (ERP) Typical Analysis
1. Phosphorus (P2O5): 28.00 %
2. Potassium (K2O): 0.06 %
3. Calcium (CaO): 42.10 %
4. Magnesium (MgO): 2.10 %
5. Iron (Fe): 0.93 %
6. Silicon (Si): 0.10 %
7. Chloride (Cl): 0.11 %
8. Sulfur (S): 0.05 %
9. Organic Matter: 0.16 %
10. Moisture: 3 – 4 %

Multi-Micronutrient Granular Fertilizer
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Multi – Micronutrient Granular Fertilizer
(Code: HS Series)

Suitable for Vegetables, Fruits & All ornamentals

Plants must obtain the following mineral nutrients from their growing medium:
• Major Nutrients: Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), and Potassium (K)
• Secondary Nutrients: Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), and Sulfur (S)
• Micronutrients or Trace Elements: Boron (B), Chlorine (CI), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), Manganese (Mn), Molybdenum (Mo), and Zinc (Zn).

Every plant has its own particular requirement for nutrients. Trace elements, or micronutrients, usage are very small in quantity but are essential for growing a healthy plant, giving higher yield, more dynamic color enhanced anatomy and others benefits.

Multi – Micronutrient Granular Fertilizer is a great supplement product for plants which require an extra boost of micronutrients, maximizes for optimum plant utilization and helps to prevent trace elements locked by clay soil.
Benefits of Multi – Micronutrient Granular Fertilizer
• Supply Trace Elements to plant
• Well-balanced trace elements plant nutrition
• Act well on increasing plant growth, grow healthy and vigorous
• Improves fruits quality, color, sweetness, consistency

 

Suitable for
It is suitable for most field crops, vegetables, seedlings, fruit trees, flowers, drip irrigation, green Houses and nursery plants.


Product Typical Analysis
Boron (B): 0.87 %
Iron (Fe): 0.30 %
Copper (Cu): 1.25 %
Manganese (Mn): 0.30 %
Molybdenum (Mo): 0.02 %
Zinc (Zn): 0.50 %

 

Application Rate
• Potting plant: 3 – 5g per pot; Frequency: Weekly
• Soil treatment: 8 – 10g per m2

 

Precautions:
• Sealed and keep in dry place at room temperature.
• Keep out of children reach.

Organic Mineral Fertilizer
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Organic Mineral Fertilizer for All Plants

The granules facilitate easy handling, storage and ideal for mechanized field application. Excellent for vegetable/fruit growers,organic herbgrowers, lands capers, turf course developers and home gardeners.

Nutrient Composition
1)Nitrogen:5.50%
2)P2O5:3.00%
3)K2O:3.00%
4)CaO:7.00%
5)MgO:1.00%
6)SiO2:15.00%
7)Humic Acid:7.00%
8)Trace Elements:7 types

Packing: 1 Kg per Bag

Ti-Lite - Photosynthesis Accelerator
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Ti-Lite (Titanium) – Photosynthesis Accelerator

Ti-Lite Introduction
Titanium (Ti) is a beneficial nutrient and it is considered a beneficial nutrient for plants and various crops. Titanium studies have shown it effect on increasing plant uptake of some macro and micro nutrients and also involved in enhancing the chlorophyll content of leaves, suggesting its influence to promote photosynthesis.

The addition of available Titanium into this trace elements product has made it a more effective foliar fertilizer in terms of yield production and produce quality improvement. Agricultural produce would become more nutritious and the crops would become more resistant to disease attack. Field experiments conducted so far have shown Ti-Lite to be a green fertilizer capable of effectively improving the productivity of tropical soils.

Photosynthesis is plant’s special ability in using chloroplasts to harvest solar energy and convert it into consumable chemical energy in the form of carbohydrates. Thus the ability of influencing the solar energy absorption efficiency and stimulating the rate of photosynthesis is a new approach in today’s fertilizer application concept.

 

What is photosynthesis?
Photosynthesis is a chemical process through which plants, some bacteria and algae, produce glucose and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water, using only light as a source of energy.

This process is extremely important for life on earth as it provides the oxygen that all other life depends on.

 

What does the plant need glucose (food) for?
Just like humans and other living things, plants also need this food for many things.
•Glucose resulting from photosynthesis is used during respiration to release energy that the plant needs for other life processes.
•The plant cells also convert some of the glucose into starch for storage. This can then be used when the plant needs them. This is why dead plants are a used as biomass, because they have stored chemical energy in them)
•Glucose is also needed to make other chemicals such as proteins, fats and plant sugars that are all need for the plant to carry out essential growth and other life processes.

 

Benefits of applying Ti-Lite to crops
In the past Titanium was considered an inert element in agriculture but since the 30’s of twentieth century its effects on plants physiology had been realized and now agriculturists considered it to be a beneficial plant nutrient.
•Increase plant’s chloroplast volume and effectively increasing it photosynthesis capability
Titanium can promote the synthesis of photosynthetic pigments, help plants absorb more light, which will promote growth, provide more adequate energy for the photosynthesis, and to ensure the rapid and effective absorption of light.

•Lifting the plant’s enzymes activity
Due to enzyme is a biological catalyst, spraying titanium can improve many enzymes (such as Peroxisome, Catalase, Nitrogenase, Nitrate Reductase) activity in plants, which can promote physiological metabolism in plants and nitrogen fixation in legumes, thus contributing to crop yield.

•Enhance plant nutrients uptake
Titanium can promote plant absorption and translocation of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other trace elements, improve fertilizer use efficiency and expedite the movement of nutrients within the plant.

•Improves the quality of agricultural produce
Titanium can increase the amount of sugar and vitamin C content of crops, reducing organic acids, improve fruit quality and coloring.

•Improves plant’s resistance to environmental stress
Titanium can promote the synthesis of carotenoids, which will help to improve plant resistance and robust plant, improving disease resistance.

•Shorten crop’s maturity period

•Ti-Lite can be mixed and sprayed with acidic agro-chemicals thus helps farmer saving on labor cost

 

Typical Product Analysis
Item: Result
Origin: USA
Appearance: White Powder
Organic Titanium (TiO2) > 15.00 %
Chelated Organic Matter > 33.00 %
Amino Nitrogen > 12.00 %
Solubility: 98.00 %
pH Solution: 6

 

Application Rate
Foliar Spray:
For vegetative crop : 1g mix with 5L of water.

For fruit trees : 1g mix with 3.5 – 4L of water.

Application frequency : 10 – 15 days once.

Field experiments have shown that Ti-Lite is effective in increasing yield of various commercial crops ranging from 15 to 30%.

Notice: Do not over dosage

 

Suggestion & Precautions
•Spray when is in sunny or cloudy windless evening, spray both sides of the leaves to have more effective absorption. If after spray within 8 hours encountered heavy rain, you will need to re-spray again.
•Avoid use under bright sun light.
•Sealed and keep in dry place at room temperature.
•Keep out of children reach.

Packing: 100 gm per packet.

ZeopSil - Granulated Silicon Phosphate Mineral Fertilizer
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ZeopSil contains Silicon and Sea Bird Guano. Sea Bird Guano contains coral calcium (the main component of coral reefs), phosphoric and silicic acids that comes from the droppings of sea birds, the remains of fish, seaweed, and various other kinds of minerals.

Benefits:
1. Supply water soluble Phosphorus to plant
2. Supply Trace Element to plant
3. Increase root development
4. Increase in flowers
5. Increase soil moisture while not being water logged
6. Increase uptake of key nutrients (N, P, K) during wet period when nutrients are typically leached away from root zone
7. Better resistance to drought, pest & disease attack
8. Produce will have longer shelf-life and their weight heavier between 15-25%
9. Increase yields by up to 35%

 

Nutrient Content
Silica Content : 40 –45%
N : 0.40%
P2O5 : 17.60%
K2O : 1.20%
CaO : 17.10%
MgO : 4.30%
Citric soluble phosphoric acid : 8.00 %
Cu : 0.08%
Fe : 0.56%
Silicic acid : 5.00 % +
Aluminum oxide : 3.00 %
Ferric oxide : 2.00 %
Other minerals : 12.50 %
Organic Carbon : 4.30 %
pH : 8.28

 

Recommendation for soil application rate: 250 Kgs / Ha

Recommendation for fertigation application rate: 30g / Bag

 

Target crops:

Oil palm, melon, banana, pineapple & sweet corn growing on peat soil, vegetables, turf, flowers,paddy, durian and other tropical fruit-trees.

 

PACKAGING: 1KG

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Christmas Island Rock Phosphate
Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) Organic Fertilizer Phosphorus is an essential element required for plant. Christmas Island Rock Phosphate (CIRP) or commonly called “rock dust” is a recommended phosphorus fertilizer that adds phosphorus to your organic garden. Ro... Read More
Compound Trace Element Fertilizer Image
Compound Trace Element Fertilizer
Compound Trace Element Fertilizer Code: FL Series Suitable for Vegetables, Fruits & All ornamentals Plants must obtain the following mineral nutrients from their growing medium: • The macronutrients: Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Calcium (Ca), ... Read More
Diatomite Silicon Granular Fertilizer Image
Diatomite Silicon Granular Fertilizer
Diatomaceous Earth (DE) Silicon Granular Fertilizer is formed naturally from freshwater algae skeletons and is a rich source of cristobalite-free Plant Available Silica (PAS). Silica (Si) is an important element for plants, essential to good health. Si fertilization... Read More
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Egyptian Rock Phosphate
Egyptian Rock Phosphate Phosphorus is an essential element required for plant. Rock Phosphate or commonly called “rock dust” is a recommended phosphorus fertilizer that adds phosphorus to your organic garden. Rock phosphate for gardens has long since been used as a fer... Read More
Multi-Micronutrient Granular Fertilizer Image
Multi-Micronutrient Granular Fertilizer
Multi – Micronutrient Granular Fertilizer (Code: HS Series) Suitable for Vegetables, Fruits & All ornamentals Plants must obtain the following mineral nutrients from their growing medium:... Read More
Organic Mineral Fertilizer Image
Organic Mineral Fertilizer
Organic Mineral Fertilizer for All Plants The granules facilitate easy handling, storage and ideal for mechanized field application. Excellent for vegetable/fruit growers,organic herbgrowers, lands capers, turf course developers and home gardeners. Nutrient ... Read More
Ti-Lite - Photosynthesis Accelerator Image
Ti-Lite - Photosynthesis Accelerator
Ti-Lite (Titanium) – Photosynthesis Accelerator Ti-Lite Introduction Titanium (Ti) is a beneficial nutrient and it is considered a beneficial nutrient for plants and various crops. Titanium studies have shown it effect on increasing plant uptake of... Read More
ZeopSil - Granulated Silicon Phosphate Mineral Fertilizer Image
ZeopSil - Granulated Silicon Phosphate Mineral Fertilizer
ZeopSil contains Silicon and Sea Bird Guano. Sea Bird Guano contains coral calcium (the main component of coral reefs), phosphoric and silicic acids that comes from the droppings of sea birds, the remains of fish, seaweed, and various other kinds of minerals. ... Read More