Liquid combined fertilizers (LCF)

Liquid combined fertilizers (LCF)


The liquid combined fertilizers (LCF) are aqueous solutions or suspensions containing two or more nutrients. They don’t contain free ammonia, and therefore bare of a significant shortage of liquid nitrogen fertilizer - the need for transportation and storage in a sealed containers and mandatory application to the soil at a certain depth. They can be sprayed on the surface of the field, with further incorporation with any tillage tool and or local application by ribbons.

During floating from one container to another and replenishing the vehicles, the loss of nutrients  are virtually absent. During operating  with LCF  weather conditions don’t have such a significant effect as during  usage of solid fertilizers. The obvious advantage is the lack of housing and needs of sack tare. If it necessary, micronutrients, some pesticides and growth stimulants could be add. LCF are simply-to-operate, not flammable and  explosive, not poisonous. Safety protection is very easy.
Application of LCF allow you to fully mechanize labor-intensive processes of handling and application to the soil, completely eliminates manual labor and significantly reduces the cost of their application. These properties LCF make them very promising for domestic agriculture.


Technical characteristics 


LCF (N8P22)

LCF (N6P18K6)

Mass share of  total nitrogen,% not less



Mass share of  phosphates in conversion to P2O5 %, not less



Mass share of potassium in conversion to К2О %, not less



Density under the temperature 20С,g /cm3

1,270 – 1,440

1,300 – 1,440

Activity index of hydrogen ions, unity of  рН

6 - 7

6 - 7

Freezing temperature , С




In the unit