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Unleash the Power of NPK, Micronutrients, and Trace Elements for a Thriving Garden!

Welcome to our Kynoch news update, where we explore the incredible world of plant nutrition and how it can transform your garden into a thriving oasis! This edition focuses on the dynamic combination of NPK, micronutrients, and trace elements, revealing the secrets behind their role in promoting lush growth, abundant blooms, and overall plant health.

Did you know? 45% of global food production hinges on the use of chemical fertilizers.


In this article, we’ll highlight the benefits of these essential elements and provide you with expert tips on effectively incorporating them into your garden. From understanding the fundamentals of NPK to harnessing the magic of micronutrients and trace elements, your plants are in for a treat!

Let’s break down the key points into bullet form:

  • NPK: Nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) are the backbone of plant nutrition, with each element serving a specific purpose:
    • Nitrogen (N): Stimulates leaf and stem growth, enhancing the overall vigor of plants.
    • Phosphorus (P): Supports root development, flowering, and fruit production.
    • Potassium (K): Aids in disease resistance, photosynthesis, and water regulation within plants.
  • Micronutrients and Trace Elements:
    • Essential for optimal plant health and function, these elements include iron, zinc, copper, manganese, boron, and molybdenum.
    • They play a vital role in enzyme activity, chlorophyll production, nutrient uptake, and overall metabolic processes.
    • Incorporating fertilizers enriched with micronutrients ensures a well-rounded nutritional profile for your plants, promoting growth, nutrient absorption, and disease resistance.

Benefits of Kynoch Granular Fertilizers:

  • 16 Nutritional Elements
  • With 100% essential micronutrients
  • Slow-release properties provide a steady supply of nutrients over time, reducing the risk of nutrient burn.
  • High NPK ratio of 25% per bag
  • 5kg covers 250 m2
  • Easy handling and even distribution for consistent nutrient release.
  • Better control over nutrient placement, especially in mixed beds with plants having different nutrient requirements.
  • Reduced risk of nutrient leaching due to rain, ensuring plants receive the nourishment they need.
Garden Tips from Kynoch Garden Range July 2023
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