20-20-0+30(SO3)+Zn

It is a fertilizer with 20% nitrogen (N) and 20% phosphorus (P2O5).

It is the most used species in two nutrient fertilizers in our country and in the world. Since the nitrogen and phosphorus are balanced within the body, both nutrients can be easily removed by the plant when the soil is dissolved in the soil water. Nitrogen in the content of ammonium (NH4) and urea in the form of rain is not easily washed from the soil. All of the phosphorus in its structure is in the form that plants can take.

20-20-0+(SO3)

It is a fertilizer with 20% nitrogen (N) and 20% phosphorus (P2O5).

It is the most used species in two nutrient fertilizers in our country and in the world. Since the nitrogen and phosphorus are balanced within the body, both nutrients can be easily removed by the plant when the soil is dissolved in the soil water. Nitrogen in the content of ammonium (NH4) and urea in the form of rain is not easily washed from the soil. All of the phosphorus in its structure is in the form that plants can take.

15-15-15 +(12SO3) (Gold)

15-15-15 Composite Gold is a fertilizer developed by Toros Tarım for the first time in our country.

15% Nitrogen (N)

15% Phosphorus (P2O5)

15% Potassium (K2O)

15% Sulfur (S)

It is a product which should be preferred to make balanced fertilization especially in the soils which are poor by three main nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium). It contains sulfur (S) which is an important plant nutrient in addition to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Sulfur in fertilizer is contained in the form of sulphate (SO4) which can be taken by plants and at a minimum of 15%. NPK 15-15-15 Composite Gold can be named as Komp Four 15 Composite ürt (15.15.15.15) due to its sulfur content.

 

20-32-0+15(SO3)+Zn​

Toros Tarım’s four nutrient sulfur fertilizers have 20% Nitrogen (N), 32% Phosphorus (P2O5), 15% Sulfur (SO3) and 1% Zinc (Zn).

It contains 68% effective substance in terms of total plant nutrients. Among the base fertilizers, this fertilizer which is the richest of the plant nutrients is safely used in all of the soil with high potassium. Since the nitrogen in its structure is in ammonium form, it cannot be washed away from the root area of ​​the plant with excessive rainfall or irrigation and no nitrogen washing into the depths of the soil.

CAN (Calcium Ammonium Nitrate)

CAN is the most widely used fertilizer in all fertilizers except rice. It has 26% nitrogen (N).

Half of it is in the form of ammonium (NH4) nitrogen and the other half is in the form of nitrate (NO3) nitrogen. Nitrate nitrogen is taken quickly by the plant roots during fast growing periods of the plants and during bed periods. A large part of the nitrogen in ammonium form is converted to nitrate (NO3) nitrogen by nitrogen bacteria in the soil due to soil conditions and plants do not attract nitrogen deficiency. 75% of the total nitrogen taken during the development period of all cultivated plants except rice is in the form of nitrate nitrogen. For this reason, as the top fertilizer, Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN) fertilizer is among the most widely used nitrogenous fertilizers in our country and in the world.

Urea

It is a granular, white colored, water-soluble and water-soluble fertilizer with the highest nitrogen content in nitrogenous fertilizers.

It meets the nitrogen needs of plants with both soil and foliar application. The formula CO (NH2) is 2 – 46% N (nitrogen). Because of the presence of carbon (C) in the structure and the nitrogen in the structure of NH2form amide is a fertilizer. Although it dissolves easily in water, nitrogen in its structure (NH2) is not in immediate form by plant roots. The urea bacteria in the soil must convert the urea to ammonium (NH4) nitrogen form with enzymatic reaction in order to make the nitrogen in its structure usable. For this, the temperature of the soil and the amount of urea bacteria in the soil (concentration) is important. For this reason, urea fertilizer enters the slow-acting fertilizer group.

15-15-15+20(SO3)+Zn

15-15-15 + 20 (SO3) + Zn Composite fertilizer contains nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P2O5) and potassium (K2O) in a balanced manner.

It should be used for balanced fertilization, especially in potassium-poor soils. The base fertilizer (under ground) is used in all plants considering the root depth of the plant.

It is used as base fertilizer in every field of our country (beet, potato, sunflower, corn, cotton), fruit trees (stone and soft seed fruits, citrus fruits, vineyards, olives, hazelnuts and bananas) and summer-winter vegetables .

It is applied by taking into account the root depth of the plant by spreading or seedling before planting or seedling planting in single-year fields and vegetables. Perennial fruit trees, vineyards and olives on the trees 2-3 weeks before the blistering of the crown of the trees (away from the body) is given as a tape to the depth of the roots are mixed.

15-15-15+ 25 (SO3)

In our country and the world in field agriculture, vegetable cultivation, vineyard, olive and fruit trees first fertilizer

TSP (Triple Super Phosphate)

The formula of Triple Superphosphate fertilizer, called TSP in short, is Ca (H2PO4) 2.H2O (43-44% P2O5).

The phosphorus in its structure is idi1 in terms of load value when it is dissolved in water. Some of the phosphorus in the TSP manure is soluble in water and some in ammonium citrate. Both can be taken by plants.

The formula of Normal Superphosphate fertilizer, which is shortly called NSP, is 3Ca (H2PO4) 2.H2O + 7CaSO4 (18-19% P2O5). The letter (N) in the abbreviation NSP refers to the word lu normal de and not “nitrogen NS as in other nitrogenous fertilizers. There is no nitrogen in NSP fertilizer.

AS (Ammonium Sulphate)

21% Nitrogen (N) 24% Sulfur (S) Ammonium Sulphate is a fertilizer containing 24% sulfur (S) in the form of ammonium (NH4) in the form of nitrogen (N) and sulphate (SO4) in the form of plants.

Because the crystal structure is like sugar, it is also known as edi sugar fertilizer “among farmers. Sulfur in the form of sulphate in its structure, fully meet the needs of plants. As the whole base (as used in pre-sowing fertilizer) nitrogen is in the form of ammonium (NH4), it increases the phosphorus uptake of the plant.

DAP (Diammonium Phosphate)

DAP (Diammonium Phosphate) fertilizer is a fertilizer with two nutrients. It has 18% nitrogen (N) and 46% phosphorus (P).

Since the nitrogen in its content is in the form of ammonium (NH4), it is particularly effective in the first stages of plant growth. When the amount of nitrogen in the structure is used as the bottom (underground) manure, it may not meet all the needs of the plant. For this, the plant must be supported with other nitrogenous fertilizers in DAP use. Nitrogen is in the form of ammonium (NH4) and held in soil. In case of excessive rainfall or excessive watering, no nitrogen is lost by washing from the soil.

PS (Potassium Sulfate)

Potassium is an important nutrient for plants.

When potassium sulphate fertilizer (K2SO4) is used correctly:

It increases the resistance of the plant to drought, cold and heat.
Increases plant resistance to diseases and pests.
Enables the plant to use water economically.
It increases the quality of potatoes, tobacco, vegetables and fruits.
It increases the fat content and quality in oily plants such as olive, sunflower, canola, peanut and soy.
Potassium Sulfate fertilizer also contains 18% sulfur in the form of sulphate (SO4). Sulfur is an important nutrient such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium and it is found in the structure of proteins in plants.

Ultra Nitrogen

Ultra Nitrogen is a top fertilizer that can be used safely in the fertilization of all field crops, vegetables, vineyards and olive groves. It contains 33% nitrogen (N) and 24% sulfur (SO3).

Approximately one fourth (27%) of the aforementioned is ammonium and the remaining part (73%) is in urea nitrogen. Due to these forms of nitrogen in the structure of excessive rainfall and irrigation losses are the lowest levels of washing. Most of the nitrogen and urea in its structure are converted to nitrate (NO3-) nitrogen by the microorganisms in the soil due to soil conditions and thus the nitrogen requirement of the plants has been met for a long time. It is suitable for all kinds of sowing with suitable granule size.