Fortec-FR Complet 4-4-7 + 8% CaO + 5% SO3 + 40% OM + Microelements

Organomineral fertiliser for crops with high requirements (peach/nectarine, tomato, pepper, etc.). It is a base fertiliser with controlled-release organic nitrogen.

It combines a balanced NPK with calcium, sulphur, organic matter and microelements in a single product.

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Fruit trees

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Fertiliser benefits

For cultivation

  • We provide progressive nitrogen that balances vigour.
  • We incorporate sulphur, calcium and microelements for a more balanced plant nutrition.
  • The incorporation of sulphur and microelements increases the leaf surface and the productive capacity of the plant.
  • It improves the absorption of potassium, phosphorus and calcium, as they are available in complexed forms with organic matter.
  • “Cumulative effect” Gradual increase in yields after successive applications.

For the farmer

  • We carry out organic and mineral fertilisation in a single application.
  • For all kinds of crops, it can be used as a full base fertiliser.
  • Improves fertilisation management.

For harvesting

  • It increases fruit firmness.
  • Increase in Brix degrees.
  • Colour increase.
  • More homogeneous calibres.
  • Better fruit set.

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