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Specialty Fertilizers Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Forecast 2016 - 2024

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Specialty fertilizers are granulated fertilizers which supply nutrients to the soil gradually. The measured nutrient uptake by
plants can be achieved by usually modifying the fertilizer products through chemical techniques which reduces their solubility,
or by physical methods such as coating encapsulation. Specialty fertilizers can be classified into three general categories: slowrelease fertilizers where release rates are difficult to estimate, controlled-release fertilizers where release rates are predictable,
and fertilizers associated with inhibitors of enzymatic processes. Slow-release fertilizers release their nutrients at a less
predictable rate and depend on other aspects of their formulations to release nutrients. The nutrients are available in a form
that is not available to plants. They are converted by microorganisms present in the soil into nutrient forms which can be utilized
by plants. Slow-release fertilizers can be synthetic or organic. Slow-release fertilizers are affected by multiple...

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