The use of water-soluble fertilizers in fertigation
The 100% soluble NPK formulations adequately respond to any specific nutritional needs of the crop associated with the different phenological phases.
The use of water-soluble fertilizers brings benefits to the environment and savings for the farmer not only in terms of money but also of time: the 100% soluble NPK formulations adequately respond to any specific nutritional needs of the crop associated with the different phenological phases.
Water soluble fertilizers
In agriculture, water-soluble fertilizers come to the aid of targeted plant nutrition, through their use both in fertigation and, in some cases, by foliar application. Their action is activated by first dissolving them in irrigation water, then distributed through a fertigation system: mainly composed of NPK formulations, water-soluble fertilizers are also added with chelated nutrients, widely used to ensure the proper absorption of microelements.
Our water-soluble fertilizers
In DEMA, the water-soluble products we offer as fertigation solutions are designed to help crops in the different phenological stages and for a harmonious development, both in greenhouse and in open field.
Our products stand out for their exceptional properties:
- High levels of solubility and consequently homogeneous distribution over the entire cultivated area,
- 100% chelated microelements,
- Low levels of sodium and chlorine,
- Balanced combination of nutrients.
In addition, water-soluble fertilizers are suitable for any irrigation system, thus favoring the use for a wide range of crops.
Fertigation for water-soluble fertilizers
The distribution of nutrients in water-soluble form is widely used in fertigation, a method that optimizes the management of irrigation and nutrition thanks to:
- the flexibility of the amount of fertilizer distributed,
- the timing of intervention.
In addition, fertigation is preferred for its effectiveness in distributing nutrients evenly, effectively meeting the needs of sustainable and precision agriculture.