Eurosolids Rota Liquid | 10 – 10 – 10 + TE is a pure and concentrated balanced NPK combined with EDTA-chelated Micronutrients and Ureic Nitrogen.
Improves vegetative growth and gives high-quality buds and fruits
Better shoot development
Micronutrients are 100% chelated and fully available
Developed for foliar application. Also suitable for fertigation in open fields and greenhouses
Fertilizer · NPK
10-10-10 Fertilizer: What it is and How to Use it
If you’re looking for a versatile and all-inclusive fertilizer to give your lawn a healthy boost, 10-10-10 fertilizer may be just what you need. This formula is designed to deliver balanced nutrition to your lawn, with equal parts nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. So if you’re looking to achieve that deep green hue and luscious thickness, 10-10-10 might be the right choice for you!
What is in 10-10-10?
10-10-10 is considered an all-purpose, balanced fertilizer that you can use for all kinds of plants and situations. The numbers 10-10-10 represent the amounts of Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus(P), and Potassium(K) – or as they’re commonly known, NPK. That means there’s about a full ten percent each for all three nutrients which are considered primary ingredients needed by plants to survive! Fertilizer grades are made by mixing two or more nutrient sources together to form a blend, that is why they are called “mixed fertilizers.” Blends not only include NPK but can also include other additives to increase nutrients in the soil, turf, and plants.
10 10 10 Fertilizer for lawns
What Are the Advantages & Disadvantages?
The convenience of the 10-10-10 is unmatched. The Number 1 advantage is that it is a liquid, and everything you spray into the turf goes to work immediately instead of laying on top of the soil and drying out, getting washed away, or being disrupted by foot traffic, wind, or water. With granular you also have to water immediately to break it down and put it to work whereas with liquid, you are watering it at the time of application. We recommend that you water after application to soak it in even more, but if you forget or do not have time that day, not a big issue. Also, the liquid is in effect a slow-release product. The turf, plants, and soil only use as much as they need, you could apply a gallon of fertilizer in a 1 cubic foot area, and the turf and plants will only take up what they need. Also, it is generally recommended that you not allow pets or kids out on the lawn after granular application for fear pets will get it on their feet and lick their paws making them sick or worse. If kids fall down into the pellets and get it on their hands, wipe their faces, and drink water from the faucet using their hands they can ingest the nitrogen into their mouth or through the skin.