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THE SCAM TECHNIQUE
THE SCAM TECHNIQUE

Water-soluble mineral for fertigation

TECHNICAL NOTES
The technique of fertigation is becoming increasingly popular as a function of the undoubted agronomic advantages, growing innovation in irrigation equipment and the quality achieved by Water-soluble mineral for fertigation. To avoid possible accumulation of nutrients in the soil, increased salinity and to induce possible phytotoxicity, it is recommended to make repeated applications during the crop cycle using a low concentration (1‰) rather than making few applications with high concentration.
It is good practice to combine soluble powder fertilizers with liquid substances with biostimulant and chelating functions to increase the effectiveness of the fertigation intervention. SCAM Water-soluble mineral for fertigation are characterized by the purity of their components, the accuracy of their formula and manufacturing process, and the reliability of the packaging used.

SCAM Water-soluble mineral for fertigation
SCAM offers a wide range of fertilizers in soluble powder formulation (HYDROCOMPLEX) that are differentiated by the targeted and studied ratios they have among the various main nutrients (NPK) to make them specific and versatile for each stage of crop development and need. This offering is complemented by a liquid formulation (LINFOR®) based on amino acids with a marked action to stimulate soil microbiological activity. It is particularly effective in combination with traditional water-soluble fertilizers by increasing their share of use by crops. With its continuous use over time, the risks of salinity accumulation in the soil are reduced.

BENEFITS
SCAM Water-soluble mineral for fertigation have unlimited stability of all their primary and secondary characteristics:

  • very high concentration in nutrients;
  • perfect solubilities, soluble powder products have complete solubility even at high concentrations (10-15%);
  • maximum stability of solutions without formation of insoluble deposits or flocculation;
  • compatibility with any type of water, improving its basic characteristics;
    absence of phytotoxic elements and thus undesirable effects on crops.