It is used as a base fertilizer during planting in all plants, especially cereals, cotton, sunflower and corn. 20.20.0 fertilizer can be easily used in all types of soils with phosphorus and nitrogen deficiency.


Product Specifications
It is the most widely used base fertilizer in our country. It contains nitrogen and phosphorus equally. It acts on the formation of roots and stems of plants. It should not be left on the surface of the soil.The plant should be given by burying it in the depth of the root or in the depth of the seed. In this way, the plant can benefit from phosphorus throughout its development period. It is best to apply the seed to the band 5 to 8 cm below the seed during sowing.



Guaranteed Content(%W/W) (%W/W)
Total Nitrogen (N) 20
Ammonium Nitrogen (N) 16,5
Urea Nitrogen (N) 3,5
Neutral Ammonium Citrate and Water Soluble
Phosphorus Pentaoxide (P2O5)
Water Soluble Phosphorus Pentaoxide (P2O5) 17
Uses and Dosage  Method of Application: From the soil
Peanut 30 – 40 kg/da
Corn, Cotton 40 – 50 kg/da
Sugar Beet, Onion 40 – 50 kg/da
Watermelon, Melon, Carrot, Radish, Strawberry 40 – 50 kg/da
Potato, Wheat, Barley, Sunflower, Paddy 60 – 70 kg/da
In Open Field Vegetables 40 – 50 kg/da
In greenhouses 50 – 60 kg/da
Hard and Soft Pome
Fruit Trees (According to Age)
1 – 4 kg/tree
Citrus (By age) 1 – 4 kg/tree
Olives (by age) 1 – 4 kg/tree
Apple (By age) 1 – 4 kg/tree
Grapes (Vineyard) 30 – 40 kg/da
Ice 60 – 70 kg/da
Tobacco 10 – 20 kg/da

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