KUJATAMA Zeo in Plantation

KUJATAMA Zeo in Palm Plantation
  • Can be combine with all type of fertilizer 
  • Increase costs-effectiveness up to 50% (Reduce total fertilizer cost) 
  • Increase product output up to 80% 
  • Prevent loss of fertilizer nutrients (Not effected by rain or high temperature) 
  • Reservoir for the nutrients which are slowly released “on demand” with the plant itself does the regulating of the nutrients as it needs them 
  • Balances the pH level of soils (soil conditioner) 
  • High cation exchange capacity (CEC) 
  • Increase crop’s immunity towards crops diseases 
  • Improves aeration and irrigation significantly 
  • 100% natural and organic 
  • Absorbs and holds potentially harmful or toxic substances 
  • Contain both Macro and Micro Nutrients 
  • Suitable for all kinds of crops (palm oil, coconut, paddy, fruit tree, etc) 
  • Reduces the chance of root burning from excess ammonia 
  • Improves ammonia retention and reduces nitrogen losses 
More Efficient Use of Nitrogen (N) and Potassium (K) Fertilisers. 
Without Zeolite: 
Fertiliser use without zeolite 

  • Broadcasting of N/K fertiliser onto soil surface. 
  • Irrigation after application reduces nitrogen losses due to volatilisation - nitrogen lost as ammonia gas 
  • Irrigation washes fertiliser into the root zone of plants 
  • Plants can take up fertiliser required whilst it remains in the root zone. Some fertiliser lost through early leaching. 
  • Large losses of fertiliser which move out of the root zone (leaching) as sandy soil is not capable of holding high levels of nutrients. 
With Zeolite: 
Fertiliser use with zeolite

  • Broadcasting of fertiliser to soil that has had an application of zeolite possible shallow incorporated; or 
  • Broadcasting of fertiliser including zeolite (mix or coating) 
  • Less risk of volatilisation losses as zeolite soaks up free ammonia. 
  • Irrigation washes fertiliser into the root zone of plants whilst some fertiliser remains bound up in zeolite 
  • Fertiliser in zeolite remains in root zone until it is required by the plant. 
  • Less fertiliser losses from leaching and fertiliser from zeolite becomes available to extend fertiliser life. 
  • Long term soil improvements (increase in CEC and nutrient retention in soil). 
Zeolite attracts and retains ammonium, potassium, calcium & magnesium as well as many trace elements. It has the greatest affinity for ammonium and potassium but when a plant is taking up the ammonium or potassium off the zeolite, the zeolite attracts calcium from phosphorus mineral apatite such as rock phosphate or locked up phosphorus in soil to balance the zeolites negative charge. This reaction releases a free phosphorus. The plant extracts the ammonium, potassium and other nutrients by active uptake from roots.

The nutrient release from the Zeolite is plant driven setting up a natural cycle of nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus release. The Zeolite will recharge when an ammonium or potassium source becomes available either naturally or applied. The zeolite prevents free nutrients from leaching.

KUJATAMA Zeo in soil nutrient holding and release

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