Chemical Traditional Nutrition

Organic Technology


Water Retainers

Ag Nutrition’s plant nutrition is provided through a chemical technology process using nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfur.

Ag Nutrition has precisely identified critical nutrients needed for the chemical process, based on amounts needed by plants. These include:

  1. Major elements (macro elements) including nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K).
  2. Secondary elements including calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg) and sulfur (S).
  3. Minor elements (micro elements) including iron (Fe), zinc (Zn), manganese (Mn), copper (Cu), boron (B), cobalt (Co) and molybdenum (Mo).

For years, chemical nutrition of the plants was obtained directly through the soil. Recently nutrients have been applied via foliage as a complement to basic fertilization processes applied to soil.

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For many centuries the Organic Fertilization has been done by utilizing the animal or vegetable residues. During the past years the use of organic residues is very popular. The crops obtained from 100% organic substances are perceived to have a value added and their prices are much higher than other crops that utilize only chemical technologies.

A part of the Organic Nutrients we find the Humic and Fulvic Acids. Due to their characteristics they are an excellent source of organic matter for vegetal nutrition.

The Humic and Fulvic Acids are the best organic substance that can be added to the soil.
There are 3 types of acid radicals, which are the following:

  • Humic Acids, which are less soluble,​
  • Ulmic Acids, which are middle soluble and,
  • Fulvic Acids, which are very soluble.

Thru the usage of Organic Technology
Process higher percentage of Fulvic Acid
(which is the most soluble of the
acid radicals) is obtained.

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Nutrients via biotechnology come through fermentation.

These components can be applied in 3 different ways:

  • To the seed to accelerate germination.
  • To foliage during development, flowering and fructification.
  • Directly to the soil, stimulating good microflora development.

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Water retention properties are achieved with organic hydrocolloids, which, beyond providing nutrition, have the capacity to retain water, which absorb water several times their weight, delivering moisture slowly according to crop needs and requirements.

  • Increases the water holding of soils.
  • Water and Nutrients are available in the root system for optimal absorption of the plants to promote root growth.

  • Provides a buffer to help guard against climate hazards.

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