Fertilizers and
Soil Enhancers

Fertilizers and Agricultural Soil Enhancers

Agricultural fertilizers are used in the industry to provide the adequate nutrients for crops to grow accordingly and improved harvest.

Pottasium Chloride

Potassium Chloride (KCl) is also known as Muriate of Potash (MOP). This is a concentrated mineral fertiliser and an essential source of potassium for agriculture. It is a concentrated mineral fertilizer that is used for soil treatment. Soil treatment with this fertiliser improves a crop’s resistance to cold, drought, disease and harmful insects. Potassium chloride ensures correct potassium nutrition for the plants, raises the speed of nitrogen fixation, increases tissue strength, improves stem rigidity, and improves the functional growth system of the plants.

National Energy and Engineering’s Potassium chloride guarantees a proper diet of potassium for the plants.


    • Some manufactured KCl has a high salt index and chloride content

    • Chloride salts increase the soil salinity that interferes with the ability of a plant to take up water

    • Application scheduling of the fertilizer in relation to the rainy season and planting or crop development should be observed


  • It travels and performs all of its functions as a free ion, such as controlling plant water pressure, triggering enzymes, managing electrical charges, carrying sugars and starches, and more.

  • Increase in the growth development of plants and crops

  • Produce healthy crops

  • There are no major water or air effects associated with regular KCl application speeds.

  • It is environment-friendly


NPK is the short term for nitrogen-phosporous-potassium fertilizers. Complex nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium fertilisers with microelements (N:P:K blends) provide cultivated crops with all the nutrients required for enhanced growth and development, and facilitate improved quality characteristics of the final product. N:P:K fertilisers are produced with consideration of the biochemical characteristics of the soil in order to correctly determine the percentage structure of the fertiliser’s components.

All N-P-K fertilizers have the same component; it depends on the ratio being used in the nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium content. Examples of the ratio to reach a maximum effect of its usage are: N:P:K 16:23:23 and 23:23:23


      • Some organics can take longer to green up the lawn

      • Pre-emptive soil analysis is sometimes recommended to know the content of the soil for the perfect ratio of N-P-K since soil differs from one another.

      • Some methods in the solid N-P-K and liquid N-P-K fertilizers are not compatible with other types of plants or crops.


  • Significantly increased land productivity of the cultivated crops – this fertiliser is the only one that allows you to specify the targeted level of crop productivity

  • Decreased agricultural production costs when compared with conventional fertilisers

  • Fertilising with all macro and microelements at once

  • Higher quality of the final product and decreased content of harmful substances (such as nitrates)

  • Reduced acidification of the soil due to full utilisation of the fertiliser.