Our products have specific characteristics that increase productivity and enhance quality when used on certain crops and soils.
All crops, like human beings need extra nutrients to thrive and grow. The amount of nutrients required to optimize yield depends on the type of soil, the crop in question, the local weather conditions and the previous year's yield. To meet the growing global demand, Steigen Wholesale unit produces and markets nitrogen, phosphate, potash and sulfate-based crop nutrients.
Nutrients from the right source, applied at the right rate, time and place replenish the soils responsibly.
Micronutrients are essential elements for plant growth, but are required in much smaller amounts than primary nutrients, i.e. Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium. The micronutrients are zinc (Zn), Iron (Fe), Manganese (Mn), Boron (B), copper (Cu), molybdenum (Mo) and chloride (Cl). While chloride is a micronutrient, deficiencies rarely occur in nature, so when we talk of micronutrient fertilizers, we are mainly talking of these six micronutrients.
With the pressure on land, the productivity of Indian soils has drastically come down. This has necessitated the use of carefully chosen nutrients and fertilizers per unit area and per unit time. This is becoming difficult as the soil health has deteriorated alarmingly. One of the main reasons of this is the ever reducing soil organic matter content. Improving the soil organic carbon content by application of suitable organic matter and manures is the only option. For realizing the benefit of application of organic matter, the product should be well decomposed and of good quality. Moreover, if the product can offer more benefits to the farmer than a mere organic manorial value, it is then the farmer realized more value for money. Considering this,Steigen has offered high quality organic products.
Specialty fertilizers are high analysis totally water soluble fertilizers. These are available in mono, double and multi nutrient combinations. They are available in liquid and crystalline forms and can be applied to plants through soil application (broadcasting), fertigation or foliar application to maximize fertilizer use efficiency and crop productivity, minimize production cost and to improve quality of crop and its produce.