NPK 8.6.14   


PROFESSIONAL NPK is a NPK organo-mineral fertilizer whose nutrient ratio fits the needs of the meadow.

Each granule contains uniformly protein nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.


  • The slow natural release stimulates homogeneous growth and reduces leaching losses.

  • The microgranular formulation ensures distribution homogeneity.


The use of PROFESSIONAL NPK maintains the balance between species.

Based on
25 kg
Solids - Microgranules
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  • Total Nitrogen (N) 8 %
    • Of which: Organic Nitrogen (N) 2 %
    • Ammoniacal Nitrogen (N) 4 %
    • Ureic Nitrogen (N) 2 %
  • Total Phosphorus Pentoxide (P2O5) 6 %
  • Water soluble Potassium oxide (K2O) 14 %
  • Total Magnesium oxide (MgO) 2 %
  • Water soluble Sulfur trioxide (SO3) 20 %
  • Water soluble Boron (B) 0,01 %
  • Total Iron (Fe) 0,5 %
  • Total Zinc (Zn) 0,01 %
  • Organic Carbon (C) 7,5 %
Doses and methods of use of the fertilizer
    • Lawns
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      March 4 kg/100 mq,
      May 3 kg/100mq,
      September 4 kg/100 mq, November 8 kg/100 mq
    • Ornamental and Floral Crops
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      March 5 kg/100 mq,
      May 8 kg/100 mq,
      September 10 kg/100 mq,
      October 15 kg/100 mq
    • Playing Fields
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      March 8 kg/100 mq,
      May 6 kg/100mq,
      September 8 Kg/100mq,
      November 12 kg/100mq
    • Public Parks
      Check the period  
      March 10 kg/100 mq,
      May 15 kg/100 mq,
      September 15 kg/100 mq,
      October 20 kg/100 mq

Dosages are purely indicative and may vary depending on pedoclimatic conditions and average yields expected.

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Assofertilizzanti has conferred to ILSA the Quality Mark in agreement with the ICQRF (Central Inspectorate of Protection of Quality and Fraud Repression for agricultural and food). This mark certifies the compliance of the fertilizers to the packs' labels and to the law by taking samples from marketed products.
In addition to being an environmental pollutant, the accumulation of chlorine in the soil is the cause of the reduced availability of phosphorous (P) for plants. By reducing the chlorine content, you can increase the efficiency of lime soil fertilizers, reducing its accumulation in plants. The low chlorine content brand certifies that the fertilizer has a chlorine title below the maximum limit allowed, 2%.