Compound fertilisers with each nutrient contained in every granule or prill

YaraMila - CCF Compound NPKS fertilisers

YaraMila complex compound fertilisers (ccf) contain combinations of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and in most cases sulphur too – the most essential plant nutrients – designed to meet specific crop requirements to maximize crop yield and quality.

A compound CCF fertiliser is so much better than a blend A compound CCF fertiliser is so much better than a blend

A CCF fertiliser is so much better than a blend

When you apply nutrients using a CCF compound fertiliser you avoid the risk of segregation and uneven distribution that you get when using a blended fertiliser. You also get the reassurance of a sustainably manufactured and fully traceable fertiliser.

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Why choose YaraMila compound fertiliser ?

YaraMila - compound fertilisers
YaraMila - compound fertilisers

Flexible nutrient combinations

  • No nutrient segregation - All nutrients are contained in every prill or granule  so there can be no risk of nutrient segregation during shipping, handling or spreading
  • Even nutrient application - All nutrients are applied evenly to the whole crop avoiding uneven application and yield losses
  • Range of nutrient ratios - A wide range of N:P:K + S ratios and availability of formulas with secondary and micronutrients ensure there is a YaraMila fertilisers for all crop situations
  • Sulphur included - Almost all formulations now include sulphur ensuring balanced fertilisation without the need for an additional sulphur fertiliser.
  • Additional nutrients - ManyYaraMila fertilisers also contain micronutrients essential for specific crops. These may include boron, iron, manganese, molybdenum, zinc and/or selenium

Efficient nutrient sources

  • Balanced nitrogen source - Nitrogen is present at 40-45% as nitrate-N and 55-60% as ammonium-N, depending on the production process and the specific formula.
  • Fast nitrogen uptake - High nitrate-N content ensures a quick response to nitrogen, while the ammonium-N is important to keep a sustained delivery of nitrogen. 
  • Available phosphate - Phosphorus is fully plant available, as water soluble ortho- and polyphosphates and ammonium citrate soluble di-calcium phosphate. The combination of different forms give greater and a longer lasting availability of phosphorus to crops
  • Alternative potassium sources - Potassium is included as MOP (Muriate of Potash - potassium chloride) or SOP (Sulphate of Potash -potassium sulphate). Products based on SOP are specially for crops with low chloride tolerance whilst MOP based products are suitable for all other crops