Fertilisers

According to (EC) Regulation no. 2003/2003 of the European Parliament and the Council of 13 October 2003, the definition of a fertilizer is a “substance whose main function is to deliver nutrients to plants”. And an inorganic fertilizer is a “fertilizer that contains declared nutrients in the form of minerals obtained by extraction or physical and/or chemical industrial processes”. According to the above-mentioned Regulation, inorganic fertilisers are classified into several basic groups:

  • simple fertilisers (nitrogen fertilizers, phosphorus fertilizers, potassium fertilizers);
  • multi-component fertilizers being a mixture of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium (NPK, NP, NK, PK);
  • liquid mineral fertilizers, without solid particles;
  • mineral fertilizers containing secondary nutrients(calcium, magnesium, sodium, sulfur);
  • mineral fertilizers containing microelements (boron, cobalt, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, zinc).
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The company offers the following products:

All of the offered products are certified by the Polish Centre of Tests and Certification, and the transport in Poland is controlled by applicable European permits. The EC fertilisers offered by the company undergo regular inspections during import and meet all of the procedures of quality control. 
Granulated potassium salt 60% K2O

Potassium is one of nutrients necessary for plants, located in soil. Owing to the ease of combining this element with oxygen and water, it is not present in nature in its free state, but only in the form of various compounds. The main ingredient of the product is potassium chloride (KCl), received from non-treated potassium salts. Granular potassium salt contains 60% (m/m) of potassium per water-soluble K2O. It was confirmed that potassium stimulates more than 40 various enzymatic processes in a plant, among others, it participates in the synthesis of proteins, and carbohydrates. Various functions of potassium, and its content in the soil determine the growth and proper development of plants. With severe deficiency of potassium, plants face inhibited growth, withering, yellowing, and, as a consequence, dying.

BIALFOSKA NPK 8-­19-­29 + 3%S

a product obtained in a chemical process, without any addition of organic substances of plant and animal origin. Total nutrient content % (m/m): 56% (N+P 2 O5+K2 O), particular nutrient content % (m/m): 8% N, 19% P2 O5, 29% K2 O, and 3% S. The NPK (S) 8-19-29 (3) fertilizer is classified as a multi-component fertilizer. Because it contains all three basic nutrients, it is a very attractive product. With such a mix applied to the soil, it becomes richer in macrocomponents, and a plant, from the beginning of its growth and development, has good development conditions.

BIALFOSKA NPK(S) 5-20-30 +3%S

a product obtained in the process of mixing, without any addition of organic substances of plant and animal origin. Total nutrient content % (m/m): 55% (N+P 2 O5+K2 O), particular nutrient content % (m/m): 5% N, 20% P2 O5,  30% K2 O, and 3% S. The product is to be used before sowing, to be mixed with the soil, but may also be used for top dressing in spring. Intended for use in the cultivation of all field crops, and green arable lands. It works particularly well for corn, rapeseed, and sugar beet cultivation.

BIALFOSKA NPK 4-15-30 +4%S

a product obtained in the process of mixing, without any addition of organic substances of plant and animal origin. Total nutrient content % (m/m): 49% (N+P2O5+K2O), particular nutrient content % (m/m): 4% N, 15% P2O5, 30% K2O and 4% S. BIALFOSKA NPK 4-15-30 + 4S is a fertilizer distributed on fields before sowing. It is recommended to use the fertilizer before sowing in order to enrich the soil with necessary macro elements, mainly in the initial phase of the growth of a plant, but may also be used in spring for top dressing. When using in root plant cultivation, it is recommended to cover the fertilizer with soil along with manure.

Ammonium nitrate containing 34% N

ammonium nitrate containing 34% of nitrogen, manufactured in a chemical reaction of nitric acid with ammonia. The fertilizer is highly hygroscopic, and soluble in water. Nitrogen present in the fertilizer in two forms: ammonia nitrogen, and nitrate nitrogen, and both forms of nitrogen are well absorbed from the soil by plants. Ammonium nitrate is a universal fertilizer, may be used both before sowing, and for top dressing. It is particularly suitable for top dressing of winter crops and green arable lands. The fertilizer does not require covering on acidic and poorly acidic soils, while on alkaline or freshly limed soils it should be mixed with the soil. It should not be used in autumn for spring plants, due to the possibility of high nitrogen losses. The product should be protected against contact with fire, and with metal tools, due to explosive decomposition in increased temperatures.

Urea with a content of 46% N

a fertilizer containing 46% of nitrogen (N), significantly hygroscopic and with acid reaction. Urea is a universal fertilizer, fit for various kinds of soils, for fertilizing of all cultivated plants. It is not recommended however, to use it on highly alkaline and acidic soils, and freshly limed soils.

Ammonium phosphate NP12/52

a fertilizer received in the process of the neutralization of phosphoric acid with ammonia. The type of the salt received depends on the ratio of the substrates mixed. Ammonium phosphate 12/52 contains 12% (m/m) of total nitrogen (N), and 52% (m/m) of phosphorus (P2O5). Ammonium phosphate NP12/52 is a fertilizer to be used before sowing, to prepare the soil. It is mainly intended for soils with optimum pH i.e. for light soils with pH up to 4.6-5.5, medium up to 5.1-6.0, and heavy up to 6.1-7.0. In the use of the fertilizer, it is important to mix it well with the soil.

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70000

tonnes of fertilisers
per year

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more than

10000

customers in
the entire country

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