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Alfa Chemistry Testing Lab is the world's leading third-party testing company, which provides one-stop fertilizer analysis testing solutions for manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, and farmers.
Fertilizer is a material of natural or synthetic origin that is applied to soils or plant tissues to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to plant growth. It mainly includes nitrogen fertilizers, phosphate fertilizers, potassium fertilizers, compound fertilizers, organic fertilizers. Planting development in agricultural production is inseparable from fertilizer. Fertilizer is the grain of crops and the material basis for crop yield increase. According to the statistics of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, the average yield increase effect of chemical fertilizers in food production is about 50%. The inorganic plant nutrition theory proposed by modern agricultural chemist Justus von Liebig believes that in order to maintain soil fertility, the inorganic nutrients and nitrogen that plants ingest and remove from the farmland must be returned to the soil in the form of fertilizers. In 1843, the world's first chemical fertilizer, calcium superphosphate, was successfully developed. With the discovery of saltpetre and potassium salt mines in Chile and the invention of synthetic ammonia, a huge chemical fertilizer industry has been established in the world.
Foliar fertilizer, nitrogen fertilizer, phosphate fertilizer, potassium fertilizer, calcium magnesium sulfur fertilizer, compound fertilizer, trace element fertilizer, etc.
Camellia oleifera cake organic fertilizer, coal measures humic acid compound fertilizer, organic-inorganic compound fertilizer, biological fermentation fertilizer, etc.
Rhizobium fertilizer, nitrogen-fixing bacteria fertilizer, phosphorus bacteria fertilizer, rhizobium bacteria, phosphorus-dissolving bacteria, silicate bacteria, mycorrhizal bacteria, photosynthetic agents, organic materials ripening agents, compound bacteria and soil remediation agents, etc.
|Physical properties||Wear rate, particle size, crush resistance, fineness, moisture, pH, etc.|
|Active ingredients||Ammonia nitrogen content, amino acids, organic matter, total nutrients, etc.|
|Trace elements||Calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, zinc, selenium, fluorine, etc.|
|Heavy metals||Lead, chromium, cadmium, mercury, arsenic, etc.|
|Other contents||Humic acid, sulfate content, methylene diurea content, insoluble content, etc.|
The Association of Fertilizer & Phosphate Chemists (AFPC)
The Association of Analytical Chemists (AOAC)
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI)
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
The European Committee for Standardization (CEN)
Or other international or national methods as prescribed by your own corporate guidelines
Alfa Chemistry Testing Lab is the world's leading third-party testing company, with advanced technical equipment and experienced testing experts focused on the quality testing of fertilizers. Alfa Chemistry Testing Lab provides one-stop analysis testing solutions to fertilizer according to the corresponding standards to ensure their quality and safety, and issues authoritative, scientific, fair and accurate testing reports for clients. For more information about fertilizer testing, please feel free to contact Alfa Chemistry’s experts.
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