LUBOFOS®

CHLORIDE FREE 3,5-10-15

EC FERTILIZER • GRANULATED • TYPE B.1.1.
NPK (Ca, Mg, S) 3,5-10-15-(2-2,5-27,5)

  • for fertilization of plants which do not tolerate high chloride concentration (potato, shrubs, fruit trees, vegetables, flowers, rose nurseries, tobacco and hop)
  • due to sulphur content, it is also recommended under sulphur-loving cultivations (papilionaceous plants, rapeseed, and cruciferous plants)
  • contains calcium and magnesium in the form of sulphates
  • the forms of components contained in the fertilizer have very beneficial effect
  • on the growth and development of plants
  • very good spreading properties
50, 500

 


Granulation and bulk density

  • Typical content of granules size 2.0 to 6.3 mm min. 95%.
  • Bulk Density: 0.95 – 1,1 kg/dcm³

Properties

3,5% ammonia nitrogen (N)
10% phosphorus pentoxide (P₂O₅) soluble in mineral acids, including at least 55% phosphorus pentoxide (P₂O₅) soluble in 2% solution of formic acid
15% potassium oxide (K₂O) soluble in water
2% calcium oxide (CaO) soluble in water
2,5% complete magnesium oxide (MgO)
27,5% complete sulphur trioxide (SO₃)

Usage

The best effectiveness is achieved, when Lubofos® Chloride free is applied before sowing and mixed with the soil to the depth of 10-15 cm during performance of pre-sowing cultivation treatments. This fertilizer is suitable for all types of soil, regardless of their heaviness and reaction. In top dressing, it is good to apply this fertilizer during one of the maintenance treatments in orchards and nurseries. Spread the fertilizer evenly around trees and shrubs, and mix with soil, if possible.



Dosage [kg/ha]

FERTILIZED PLANTS AVAILABLE PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM LEVEL IN SOIL
low medium high
vegetables in field cultivation* 350 300 250
trees and shrubs 400 300 200
potatoes 450 400 350
strawberries, raspberries 300 250 200
papilionaceous 400 300 200
tobacco, hop 400 350 300
onion 550 400 250
rapeseed 600 500 400
rose and trees nurseries 500 350 250
cabbage 300 250 200

*Values given are only approximate; take into account specific needs of respective species.