Biota NPK 7-2-3 Low Organic
Biota NPK 7-2-3 Low Organic is a multinutrient fertiliser especially suitable for use during the first part of the crop cycle. It is unique in that it is registered for use in organic farming, with a low content of organic matter, chlorine, sodium and sulfur. Due to the unique production process, the nutrients are present in solution and therefore directly available to the plant through foliar application as well as irrigation. The nutrients are sourced from plant-based materials, partly from agricultural residual streams.
|pH||5 – 6|
|Density (kg/l)||1.12 – 1.15|
|Bottle||0.25, 0.5, 1|
Store in a dark and dry location at 10 – 25 °C.
Shelf life 1.5 – 2 years.
Keep closed in storage.
- Increases resistance against stress conditions
- Prevents mineral deficiency
- Better rooting system
- Higher cellular division
- Better metabolic and enzymatic activity
- Improves soil properties
- Improves soil structure
- Better nutrient absorption
It is advised to always have an expert make a fertilization plan and to start with a test application. No guarantees can be given in the event of incorrect use.
|FOLIAR APPLICATION||10 – 15 liter/ha||Up to 4-8 applications|
|IRRIGATION||5 – 10 cc/liter||Up to 10-15 applications|
|Vegetables||Start for 5 to 6 weeks during development of the first roots. Use weekly during vegetative development, fruit formation and hydric stress.|
|Cotton||First 5 weeks after planting. Weekly applications from just before bloom until the last bud has developed.|
|Corn||Start for 5 to 6 weeks during development of the first roots. 3-4 applications every 7-15 days from bloom until the last bud has developed.|
|Citrus and fruit trees||Start when the first leaves or buds form. Repeat every 7-15 days.|
|Grapevine and olive||Every 7-15 days from bloom until fruit development.|
|Ornamental||Start for 5-6 weeks during development of the first roots. Apply weekly, especially during bud formation.|
|Potato||During development of tubers, especially in sandy soils and at the end of the vegetative stage.|
Due to differences in regional regulations, please contact us for the documents that are specific to your location.
Control Union EU Inputs
Control Union Certifications Standards on Inputs (based on EEC 834/2007 and 889/2008)
Control Union NOP Inputs
Control Union Certifications Standards based on the National Organic Program of the US Department of Agriculture
FiBL NPK 7-2-3
FiBL Inputs list for the organic agriculture in Germany, resp. FiBL Inputs list for organic processing
Reg. (EC) 834/2007