Water Soluble Fertilizers - How to Increase Nutrient Content in Soil

In many parts of India, soil fertility is generally poor, especially because they lack micronutrients and macronutrients due to continuous cultivation for a very long time without addition of micro/macro nutrient fertilizers. This causes nutrient deficiency in soil. This deficiency can be removed by addition of water soluble fertilizers in soil, which helps to reduce nutrient deficiency.

See Photo below to understand deficiency:


Macronutrients are the nutrients required by the plants in large amounts, it includes carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulphur, calcium and potassium. Micronutrients are the ones required in very small amounts by the plants, it includes iron, zinc, boron, silicon, cobalt, selenium and sodium.


Micronutrients and Macronutrients play an important role in Indian agriculture towards sustainable crop production. Micro/Macronutrients are important not only in the growth of the plant but also in the entire food consumption cycle. The deficiency of these macro and micronutrients can be fulfilled by addition of water soluble fertilizers in soil.

Stanes Nutrifast is a water-soluble fertilizer used by thousands of farmers across India. It contains high-quality macro and micronutrients required in proportion, for supplementing the nutrient use efficiency of plants. Stanes Nutrifast has superior quality of macro and essential nutrients. It does not contain any chloride ingredient. It provides fast growth to the crop. It is suitable for integrated Nutrient Management Systems.

Application: Nutrifast (water soluble fertilizer) can be applied for all crops. For effective results, it should be applied either early morning or late afternoon. It can also be applied through drip irrigation systems.

Mode of Action: Nutrifast when completely absorbed by the plant foliage and root system in the form of water soluble fertilizer is utilized for plant cell metabolic activities for faster growth resulting in yield increase.


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Written By: Jayati

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