NP DOUBLE TECH 8.20 – EN 2020-03-26T15:04:35+00:00


Fertilizer RO
Liquid fertilizer. Mineral fluid complex NP fertilizer; Fertilizer solution NP.

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Chemical Composition:

Total nitrogen (N) 8%
Ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH4) 8%
Water-soluble phosphorus pentaoxide (P2O5) 20%
Nitrification inhibitor, DCD
Phosphorus enhancer AmeSal 200N


Appearance Yellowish liquid
Density at 20 °C Circa 1,25 kg/l
pH (20 °C) 7,5 – 7,8

Analysis methods: According to Regulation 2003/2003

 AmeSal NP 8.20 NGOOO is a complex liquid fertilizer for the nutrition of different crop species grown on different soil types.

The presence of the DCD nitrification inhibitor allows the use of nitrogen in a maximum amount and over a longer period. The fertilizer has an important amount of phosphorus, activated with AmeSal 200N, which is a state-of-the-art synthetic polymer with a high cation exchange capacity. It binds to the Iron and Aluminum ions, in the case of acidic soils, and to Calcium, in the case of alkaline soils, thus protecting phosphorus by preventing creation of insoluble phosphates. Therefore, the phosphorus present in the fertilizer that is treated with Amesal becomes ore available to satisfy the needs of the crop.

Application method: Stir or mix well before use. Use facilities that are specially designed for application of liquid fertilizers.

Doses: The recommended doze, when used as a start-fertilizer applied before sowing on the whole surface in winter wheat, barley, rape, corn, sugar beet, sunflower and soybean crops,  is 150-200 l / ha.

The recommended dose for MET application is 200-300kg / ha.

The product is also suitable for use in spring maize, sunflower and sugar beet crops, as a starter-fertilizer, in the sowing phase, in a doze ranging between 15 to 25 liters / ha, by incorporating it into the furrows / strips by means of a liquid fertilizer application kit.


Storage conditions: Keep the product in it original packaging, hermetically sealed, and store it in a properly sealed container, at a temperature of 5 – 40 ° C.