OVERVIEW : NUTRIO TOTAL is an organic certified fertilizer rich in Organic N-P-K and micro-nutrients in liquid form these Organic N-P-K and micro-nutrients are extracted from three natural source such as plant, animal and natural mines.

DOSAGE :5 litres per acre for soil application through drip irrigation, manual drenching or fertigation system

SIZES : 1 Litre


Certified under NPOP standards accredited by APEDA

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    NUTRIO VIRAL-FREE is a certified organic fertilizer rich in plant extracts combination that can be used to control viral infections in plants.

    NUTRIO TOTAL delivers following advantages in plant:

    ■ Its complete replacement of chemical NPK fertilizers.
    ■ Provides freely available organic N-P-K in balanced form.
    ■ Provides micro-nutrient balanced combination.
    ■ Act as complete organic certified plant food.
    ■ Best to apply at all stages of plant from nursery to harvesting.


    ■ Organic Matter -    15%
    ■ Organic Carbon -  7%
    ■ Organic N-P-K >   10%
    ■ Organic trace micro-elements like Zn, Fe, B, Mg & Mn
    ■ Plant Extract Auxins -   8%


    Nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P) and potassium (K), along with the nutrients are needed for plants to grow. Micronutrients, as the word implies, are required in lower amounts. Trace elements are required by plants in even smaller (but equally essential) amounts. The reason N, P and K are singled out so frequently is their lack of abundance in most soils. Whereas your garden/farmplants can always get plenty of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen from the air, their growth quickly depletes N, P and K (along with some of the other nutrients) from the soil.

    Micronutrients are those trace nutrients needed by plants in smaller (or “micro”) quantities. In relatively small amounts, the soil supplies iron, manganese, boron, molybdenum, copper, zinc, chlorine, and cobalt, the so-called micronutrients.

    Micronutrients Role and deficiency symptoms -

    Iron (Fe):
    Iron is essential for crop growth and food production. Iron help energy transfer and protein development. Iron mostly helps the plant move oxygen through its system. Plants only need a tiny amount of iron to be healthy, but that small amount is crucial. Iron is involved when a plant produces chlorophyll, which gives the plant oxygen as well as its healthy green colour. This is why plants with an iron deficiency, or chlorosis, show a sickly yellow colour to their younger leaves at the top of plant.

    Boron increases sugar balance and movement helps in germination of pollen grains, cell wall formation, It plays major role in sugar translocation. So lacking boron in plants shows dyeing of the shoots and terminal buds of plants. Plant shows fragile stems and petioles. The growth of plant gets stunted. Boron deficiency occurs generally in soil having acidic Ph and sandy appearance generally at the land having high rainfall.

    Zinc (Zn):
    Zinc is needed by plants in small amounts, but yet crucial to plant development. In plants, Zinc is a key constituent of many enzymes and proteins. It plays an important role in a wide range of processes, such as growth hormone production and internodes elongation. Zinc deficient plants also exhibit delayed maturity. Zinc is not mobile in plants so zinc-deficiency symptoms occur mainly in new growth.

    Copper (Cu):
    copper helps in photosynthesis, is essential in plant respiration and assists in plant metabolism of carbohydrates and proteins. Symptoms of Cu deficiency may not be as easy those for other micronutrients. Mild or moderate deficiency may only result in reduced growth and yield. More acute deficiency results in chlorosis and dieback terminal growth. Cu does not move in plants, so deficiencies appear first in younger growth. Copper deficient plants develop weak stems and appear to wilt slightly even under condition of adequate moisture. Copper deficiency occurs in sandy soil with less organic matter. The high Ph value of soil restricts the copper uptake by plants.

    Chlorine (Cl):
    Plants take up chlorine (Cl) as the chloride (Cl-) anion. It’s active in energy reactions in the plant. Most Cl- in soils comes from salt trapped in parent materials, marine aerosols and volcanic emissions. Classified as a micronutrient, Cl- is required by all plants in small quantities. Its deficiency causes stunted root formation, reduced fruiting and inhibition of photosynthesis as well. It is universally required by the plants. It also stimulates the activity of several enzymes.

    Manganese (Mn):
    Manganese exerts its impact because of its role in the vital photosynthetic process, which converts sunlight into plant energy. It encourages chlorophyll and enzyme production. It also plays a role in building carbohydrates and metabolizing nitrogen.
    Its deficiency causes Interveinal chlorosis of older leaves.

    Molybdenum (Mo):
    Requires in many enzymatic reactions and pathways as a co factor. It also helps in formation of root nodules. Mo helps converting inorganic phosphate into organic form.
    Deficiency of Mo results in yellowing of bottom leaves. Overall color of plant fades away. Generally plants shows similar symptoms as of Nitrogen deficiency


    ■ Keep in a cool & dry place

    ■ Shake well before application

    ■ Keep out of reach from children & pets