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-NK

Flexi-NK is a liquid fertiliser containing nitrogen and potassium. Nitrogen is in the urea form and available overtime while the potassium is in the muriate (chloride) form. Potassium is plant available immediately while ammonium and urea become more available at a slower rate.

Liqui-NS

Liqui-NS is a liquid fertiliser containing nitrogen and sulfur. Nitrogen is in the ammonium and urea form, while sulfur is in the sulfate form. Sulfur is plant available immediately while ammonium and urea become available at a slower rate.

Products N P K S Ca Cu Zn Mo Mn Fe Mg B Specific Gravity t/m3
Flexi-N 32.0 1.32
Flexi-N 341 34.0 1.34
Liqui-NS2 21.5 5.5 1.24

Typical Analysis (w/w%)

  • 1Available from Geraldton only
  • 2Available from Kwinana only
Products N P K S Ca Cu Zn Mo Mn Fe Mg B pH Range
Flexi-N 42.2 6.5 - 7.5
Flexi-N 341 45.6 6.5 - 7.5
Liqui-NS2 26.7 6.8 6.5 - 7.5

Typical Analysis (w/v%)

  • 1Available from Geraldton only
  • 2Available from Kwinana only

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