Liquids

Exclusive to CSBP, Flexi-N liquid fertilisers offer superior flexibility, responsiveness and precision to maximise returns on your nitrogen investment.

  • Flexi-N contains three forms of nitrogen: nitrate, ammonium and urea
  • Nitrate is available immediately to the plant with a slower release of ammonium and urea
  • Banding Flexi-N improves nitrogen efficiency
  • Compatible with a wide range of commonly used pesticides 
  • Even and accurate nitrogen application with boomspray at post-emergent  
  • On-farm storage provides logistical benefits to play the season
  • Liquid fertiliser can also boost production of grassy pastures

Flexi-N liquid fertiliser range

The locally developed Flexi-N range is a liquid fertiliser that provides an even and accurate application of nitrogen, sulfur and potassium.

Flexi-N

Flexi-N is a liquid nitrogen fertiliser in the form of nitrate, ammonium and urea. Nitrate is plant available immediately while ammonium and urea become available at a slower rate.

Flexi-N 34

Flexi-N 34 is a higher spec liquid fertiliser containing 34% (w/w%) nitrogen ammonium and urea. Flexi-N 34 has 2% more Nitrogen than regular Flexi-N. Nitrate is plant available immediately while ammonium and urea become available at a slower rate.

Flexi-NS Boost

Flexi-NS is a liquid fertiliser containing nitrogen and sulfur. This product is a mix of 65% Flexi-N & 35% ATS (ammonium thiosulfate) which involves no manual batching. This brings a significant improvement to manufacturing efficiencies and analysis.

Products N P K S Ca Cu Zn Mo Mn Fe Mg B Specific Gravity t/m3
Flexi-NS Boost1 25.0 9.1 1.33
Flexi-N 32.0 1.32

Typical Analysis (w/w%)

  • 1Available from Kwinana only
Products N P K S Ca Cu Zn Mo Mn Fe Mg B pH Range
Flexi-NS Boost1 33.3 12.1 7.0 - 8.0
Flexi-N 42.2 6.5 - 7.5

Typical Analysis (w/v%)

  • 1Available from Kwinana only

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