Nitrogen containing 24% ~ 26%, white or slightly yellow square or octahedral small crystals, available in powder and granular forms. Granular ammonium chloride is not easy to absorb moisture and is easy to store, while powdered ammonium chloride is more used Production of basic fertilizers for compound fertilizers. It is a physiological acid fertilizer. It is not suitable for application on acid soil and saline soil because it contains more chlorine. It is not suitable for seed fertilizer, rice field fertilizer or foliar fertilizer, nor for chlorine sensitive crops (such as tobacco, potatoes, citrus, tea trees, etc.) ) On application. Ammonium chloride is used in paddy fields with high fertilizer efficiency and stability, because C1 can not only inhibit nitrification in paddy fields, but also facilitate the formation of rice stalk fibers, increase toughness, and reduce rice lodging and pest invasion.
Q1: Have your product quality been approved by third party?
Yes,all products are strictly tested by our QC,and approved by third party like SGS.So we can gurantee the good quality.
Q2: Do you accept sample order?
Yes,we accept small order from 20g,200g and 2kg for your evaluation quality of our goods.
Q3: Is free samples avalibale?
Yes,free sample could be provided,but shipping cost will be paid by customers.
Q4: How long will you deliver the goods on board ?
within ten days after order confirmation.
URGENT NEWS 176: Ammonium Chloride for Ruminants
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