Tuv Blue Fertilizer Solution
NPK solution contains “Blue” additive – Nitrification Inhibitor


“Tuv Blue” fertilizer solutions are intended for fertilizing intensive crops. (Orchards,
vegetables, open field crops)
The additive – “blue” (Nitrification inhibitori) that delays the discharge of the
Ammonium gives them a significant advantage in the availability of nitrogen to the
plant and reduces nitrate leaching to the wetting frontage.
The ammonium ion has many advantages in plant nutrition. The absorption of the
ammonium by the root causes to pH drop in the rhizosphere (the soil solution near
the root) and causes an increase in the absorption of phosphorus and micro
elements for the plant. Ammonium as a cation is attached to the soils clays the, thus
preventing the leaching of nitrogen to the depth of the soil section beyond the active
root zone.
The addition of the nitrogen stabilizer, “blue” (ammonification inhibitor) increases
the availability of nitrogen in the volume of the root system after the fertigation with
“Tuv Blue” fertilizer solution.
“Tuv Blue” fertilizer solutions are intended to be used as top fertilizer in perennial
and seasonal crops, irrigated by drippers and micro sprinklers. These solutions are
suitable for most crops in the field, garden, and orchard.
Their great advantage is the combination of the three main macro nutritional
elements – NPK and their fertilization at the same time –
An advantage that optimizes fertilization, improves crops quality, and increase the
“Tuv Blue” fertilizer solutions can only be applied through the drip and micro
sprinklers irrigation systems, do not suitable through systems containing metal
In the summer months (from March to October) you can get concentrated Tov Blue
fertilizer solutions for more efficient application.
The range of possible combinations of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium (NPK) is
almost unlimited and therefore possible. adapt to each crop the composition it


Varies of NPK ratios.
The content of the elements in the fertilizer is limited by the
solubility of the different fertilizer components.

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