Zardasht Fertilizer NPK 15-5-30 + TE

Guaranteed content (wt%)Nutrients
15Total nitrogen (N)
5Available phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5)
30Water-soluble potassium oxide (K2O)
0.07Chelated iron by EDTA
0.2Chelated magnesium by EDTA
0.03Chelated manganese by EDTA
0.04Chelated copper by EDTA
0.04Chelated zinc by EDTA
0.005Water-soluble molybdenum
0.02Water-soluble boron
0.6Humic acid
0.4Amino acid
0.1Free EDTA

This high potassium content fertilizer is enriched with chelated microelements. Application of this fertilizer in the final stages of plant growth has a significant role in boosting plant growth and quality (fruit fattening, ripening, color and appearance) and enhances plant resistance against all types of biological stresses. Since this fertilizer is free of chlorine, sodium and heavy metals, it is not toxic, does not burn plant leaves and is also suitable for salty soils.

Applications and usage

  • This fertilizer is completely soluble in water and is applicable through all types of irrigation systems (flood, drip, sprinkler and foliar). It is suitable for all types of agricultural and horticultural plants.
  • Application rates are for guidance only. Actual rates will vary with local growing conditions, soil analysis and plant’s age.
  • It is compatible with most types of fertilizers and pesticides.

Storage life

2 years at 25 °C

(Keep in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.)


Keep out of reach of children and away from food, drink and animal foodstuffs.

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25 kg bags

Type of vegetationIrrigation application (kg/ha)Foliar application (kg/1000 L)Fertigation application (kg/ha)Period of application
Farming plants

3 – 7

2 – 3

10 – 20

Before appearance of clusters and flowers

Fruit trees

 Flood irrigation: 10 – 16

Drip irrigation: 5 – 8

2 – 4

10 – 25

Fruit fattening
Leafy vegetables

3 – 5

2 – 3

 10 – 15

Once every
three weeks
Solanaceae, cucurbits, …

3 – 6

2 – 3

 10 – 20

Before flowering, once every three weeks
Ornamental plants

3 – 5

2 – 3

 10 – 20

Once every
two weeks