Soluble fertilizer – A powdered synthetic fertilizer that is mixed with water and poured on the soil or sprayed on the foliage.
For general use – the Water-Soluble Nitrogen fertilizers (WSN) are also known as field grade fertilizers.
These fertilizers are mixed in water supplied to crops. They provide required nutrients to the plants and increase yields.
Fertilizer product designed to be applied directly to the leaves of a plant commonly by spraying.
Specialty fertilizers are distinct from the commodity fertilizer products like urea, diammonium phosphate (DAP) and muriate of potash (MOP) or blends of these in that they are generally less commoditized, have “designer” characteristics and are of higher unit value.
Various forms of other fertilisers are used in farming and gardening to increase the yields and combat diseases and other undesired conditions.