Hybrid K

NPK 11-5-17

Hybrid K is for fertilizing grain, meadow, pasture etc. Contains urea with Agrotain and protein flour. The unique feature of Hybrid Fertilizer is that it contains both mineral fertilizer and organic matter, of which the name hybrid. Hybrid fertilizer is a complete fertilizer that contains all the plant nutrients.

Hybrid K contains all plant nutrients NPK, Magnesium, Sulfur, Calcium, Micronutrients and Hygienized Organic Materials.The mineral part of the nitrogen is Urea powered with Agrotain®. Read more about Agrotain®. The breakthrough in the development of the Hybrid fertilizer started with our bestseller Organic 8K. The combination of mineral and organic fertilizers provides a product that safeguards and strengthens the unique characteristics of both types. A perfect combination.

Exclusive: Hybrid K is produced with organic and mineral fertilizer providing amazing properties.

Homogenized: Ingredients in Hybrid K are uniformly mixed which ensures the same content in each pellet. It provides even distribution of all nutrients.

Sanitation through composting: The raw materials are composted at high temperature for a long time. Ensures disease free fertilizer.

Pelletized: Hybrid K is crushed pellets about 2 mm in size. Uniform granules for convenient handling and mixing

Soluble & Sustained Release: Hybrid K provides readily available and sustained-release forms of nutrients which allow for extended plant availability of nutrients throughout the growing season.

Value: One of the most economical nutrient products available in today’s fertilizer industry.


Nitrogen (N)
Phosphorus (P)
Potassium (K)
Calcium (Ca)
Magnesium (Mg)
Sulfur (S)
Boron (B)
Manganese (Mn)
Iron (Fe)
Copper (Cu)
Zinc (Zn)
Silicon (Si)

11 %
5 %
17 %
4,3 %
0,01 %
8,3 %
6 ppm
52 ppm
2523 ppm
5 ppm
130 ppm
65 ppm


Blood meal

Mineral fertilizer protected with Agrotain®

The fertilizer is chlorine-free.

Hectolitre weight: 0.75 kg.


50-100 kg / Ha
General fertilizer recommendation, quantity must be adjusted.
Refer to soil and possibly leaf analysis, as well as consult your adviser, plant nutritional needs and crop level.

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