OVERVIEW : NUTRIO NPK-D is a combination of various Organic Matters, Organic Carbon, Organic N-P-K and Plant Auxins.

DOSAGE :2 - 4ml per litre of water for soil application through drip irrigation or fertigation system or manual drenching.

SIZES : 1 Litre


Certified under NPOP standards accredited by APEDA

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    NUTRIO NPK-D is a certified organic fertilizer rich in plant extracts combination that acts as a vital source of nutrients for growth in plants.

    NUTRIO NPK-D delivers following advantages in plant:

    ■ Improves the soil texture and eases the root growth.
    ■ Regulates the water and air movement in the soil and gives better supply to the plant.
    ■ Avoids excess sodium accumulation in the soil, removes salinity.
    ■ Chelates the existing nutrients in the soil and make them available for the plant.
    ■ Frees iron and other nutrients and make them available for the plants.
    ■ Improves iron transfer in the soil and therefore frees some phosphorus, calcium and micro elements from the clay minerals and increases the uptake by the plant.
    ■ Improves micro-organism activities in the soil.


    ■ Organic Matter -    20%
    ■ Organic Carbon -  8.5%
    ■ Organic NPK -  8%
    ■ Plant Extract Auxins -  8%


    Plants need to be fertilized organically because most soil does not provide the essential nutrients required for optimum growth. There are six primary nutrients that plants require. Plants get the first three—carbon, hydrogen and oxygen—from air and water. The other three are nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.

    Nitrogen helps plants grow quickly, while also increasing the production of seed and fruit, and bettering the quality of leaf and forage crops. Nitrogen is also a component of chlorophyll, the substance that gives plants their green color, and also aids in photosynthesis. It helps plants make the proteins they need to produce new tissues. In nature, nitrogen is often in short supply so plants have evolved to take up as much nitrogen as possible, even if it means not taking up other necessary elements.

    Phosphorus, also a key player in the photosynthesis process, plays a vital role in a variety of the things needed by plants. Phosphorus supports the formation of oils, sugars, and starches. The transformation of solar energy into chemical energy is also aided by phosphorus, as well as is development of the plant, and the ability to withstand stress. Additionally, phosphorus encourages the growth of roots, and promotes blooming. It does this by helping transfer energy from one part of the plant to another. To absorb phosphorous, most plants require a soil pH of 6.5 to 6.8. Organic matter and the activity of soil organisms also increase the availability of phosphorus.

    Potassium (also called potash), the third essential nutrient plants demand, assists in photosynthesis, fruit quality, the building of protein, and the reduction of disease. Plants need potassium for root development and resistance to drought and disease and it also helps the plants to make carbohydrates and regulate metabolic activities.

    While these three elements only scratch the surface of healthy plant nutrition and growth, they are the main nutrients required in the development of healthy, productive plants. For the long-term health of your farm/ garden, feeding your plants by building the soil with organic fertilizers and compost is best. This will give you soil that is rich in organic matter and teeming with microbial life.


    ■ Keep in a cool & dry place

    ■ Shake well before application

    ■ Keep out of reach from children & pets