Product List:


    (a) Copper Sulphate

    (b) Copper Oxy Chloride


    (a) Humic Acid

    (b) Amino Acid

    (c) Seaweed Extracts

    (d) Fulvic Substances


    (a) Micro Plus



6. FERTILIZERS – Water Soluble

    (a) NPK

    (b) Calcium Nitrate


    (a) Bio Miticide

    (b) Bio Insecticide

    (c) Bio Pesticide

    (d) Bio Fungicide

    (e) Organic Manure

    (f) Bio Fertilizers

    (g) Vermi Compost

    (h) Neem Cake

    (i) Cotton Seed Cake


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FERTILIZERS – Water Soluble

1. NPK



NPK : 19-19-19 – Water Soluble - Green Magic

Foliar feeding is a technique of feeding plants by applying liquid fertilizers directly to their leaves. The absorption takes place through their stomata and also through their epidermis.

NPK fertilizers are three-component fertilizers providing nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. NPK rating is a rating system describing the amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in a fertilizer.

Plants need to be fertilized because most soil does not provide the essential nutrients required for optimum growth. Even if you are lucky enough to start with great garden soil, as your plants grow, they absorb nutrients and leave the soil less fertile. Remember those tasty tomatoes and beautiful roses you grew last year? It took nutrients from the soil to build those plant tissues. By fertilizing your garden, you replenish lost nutrients and ensure that this year's plants have the food they need to flourish.

There are six primary nutrients that plants require. Plants get the first three—carbon, hydrogen and oxygen—from air and water. The other three are nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.

Nitrogen helps plants make the proteins they need to produce new tissues. In nature, nitrogen is often in short supply so plants have evolved to take up as much nitrogen as possible, even if it means not taking up other necessary elements. If too much nitrogen is available, the plant may grow abundant foliage, but not produce fruit or flowers. Growth may actually be stunted because the plant isn't absorbing enough of the other elements it needs.

Phosphorous stimulates root growth, helps the plant set buds and flowers, improves vitality and increases seed size. It does this by helping transfer energy from one part of the plant to another. To absorb phosphorous, most plants require a soil pH of 6.5 to 6.8. Organic matter and the activity of soil organisms also increase the availability of phosphorus.
Potassium improves the overall vigor of the plant. It helps the plants make carbohydrates and provides disease resistance. It also helps regulate metabolic activities.

Availability: 1 Kg, 25 kg



Calcium is used by plants in cell membranes, at their growing points and to neutralize toxic materials. In addition, calcium improves soil structure and helps bind organic and inorganic particles together.

Calcium is a “quality nutrient” that enhances quality and prolongs shelf life of the yields. As calcium is not mobile in the plant, it has to be continuously supplied throughout the growth season to keep adequate levels in the plant tissues and to ensure proper development.
The nitrate-nitrogen is readily absorbed by the plant and improves the efficiency of calcium uptake.


1. Fully water soluble.
2. Consists of 100% plant nutrients.
3. Free of sulphate.
4. Free of chloride, sodium and other detrimental elements for plants.
5. Suitable for the production of nutrient solutions and for bulk blending.
6. It can be mixed with all water soluble fertilizers, except stock solutions containing phosphates or sulphates.

Availability: 1 Kg, 25 Kg