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Compound Fertilizer

Boost your crops with our Compound Fertilizers for unmatched growth, yield, and health. Explore now!

Compound Fertilizers

for Every Agricultural Need

Explore our compound fertilizers, which offer rapid growth, sustained nourishment, and enhanced soil health for diverse agricultural applications.

Synthetic Compound Fertilizers

Quick nutrient release, boosts growth rapidly; ideal for immediate soil nutrient replenishment.

Slow Release Compound Fertilizers

Gradually releases nutrients, reducing application frequency; perfect for sustained plant nourishment.

Water-Soluble Compound Fertilizers

Dissolves easily for quick uptake; excellent for foliar feeds and irrigation systems.


Enhances soil biodiversity, promotes natural growth; suitable for organic farming practices.

Organic Fertilizers

Improves soil structure, slow nutrient release; best for long-term soil health enhancement.

Benefits of Compound Fertilizer

Compound fertilizers offer simplified farming, customizable nutrients, quick soil improvement, tailored blends, cost-effectiveness, enhanced yield, and reduced pesticide use.

Simplified farming
Customizable nutrients
Reduced pesticides
Enhanced yield
Quick soil improvement
Tailored blends

Our Process

How We Produce Compound Fertilizer

Screen Raw Materials

Choose fertilizers with uniform size, low moisture to avoid caking, ensuring quality.

Batch Raw Materials

Use automatic systems to precisely mix fertilizers based on specific production formulas.

Mix Base Fertilizer

Ensure nutrient uniformity by blending fertilizers with advanced mixing equipment effectively.

Pack Finished Products

Utilize automatic machines for quick, efficient packing of BB fertilizer, enhancing workflow.

Related Compound Fertilizers

Explore our compound fertilizers, including Ammonium Sulfate, NPK, Potassium Chloride, and more, tailored for diverse soil needs and crop growth stages.

FAQs About Compound Fertilizer

What is the difference between compound and mixture fertilizer?

Compound fertilizers contain multiple nutrients chemically bound together in fixed ratios, ensuring uniform nutrient distribution in each granule. Mixture fertilizers, on the other hand, are physical blends of single-nutrient fertilizers, potentially leading to uneven nutrient distribution.

What is an example of compound fertilizer?

An example of a compound fertilizer is NPK 15-15-15, which contains equal parts of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, providing a balanced nutrient supply to plants.

Which compound is used as a fertiliser?

Ammonium nitrate (NH4NO3) is a widely used compound in fertilizers for its high nitrogen content, essential for plant growth and green leafy development.

What is an NPK compound fertilizer?

NPK compound fertilizer is a type of fertilizer that contains the primary nutrients nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) in specific ratios to meet the nutritional needs of plants for growth, root development, and resistance to environmental stress.

What is composite fertilizer?

Composite fertilizer is another term often used interchangeably with compound fertilizer, referring to a fertilizer composed of multiple essential nutrients chemically combined in fixed ratios to provide balanced nutrition to plants.

Is NPK a compound?

Yes, NPK is considered a compound fertilizer because it chemically combines nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in specific ratios, providing a comprehensive nutrient solution for plant growth and development.