A high quality fertilizer that suits for all cultures and stages of development. It is a complete water soluble mineral fertilizers made specially for professional planters. Florica is ideal for feeding, transplanting, and rooting ornamental plants, flowers, vegetables, oil palm seedlings, and rubber seedlings both indoors and out. Florica are enriched with trace elements, often in chelated form and thus, are easily available to the plant.



Water-Soluble Fertilizer


Florica :

Florica (21 – 21 – 21);
Florica (15 – 5 – 40)


Pack Size:

25 kg / bag



For foliar;
Dilute 1-2g of Florica into 1L of water


Apply every 4-5 days interval


For fertigation;
Dilute 1g into 1L of water


Apply everyday

  1. 100% water-soluble fertilizer – no clogging of nozzles
  2. Enriched with trace elements – up to 400ppm
  3. Trace elements are chelated with inorganic chelating agent or EDTA
Total Nitrogen (N) 15.0%
– Ammonical Nitrogen 3.0%
– Total Phosphate (P2O5) Neutral 11.0%
Ammonium Citrate and Water soluble
Total Potassium Oxide (k2o) water soluble 11.0%
Total Magnesium Oxide (MgO) 1.5%

The Right Fertilizer
For Better Results

Ekot is controlled-release fertilizer (CRF) that is designed to release nutrients slowly, consistently, and precisely to crops. The application help to improve Nutrient Use Efficiency (NUE) and reduce nutrient loss, thereby supporting healthier overall crop growth.

How does it work?

The nutrient release mechanism of the Controlled Release Fertilizer Technology is mainly controlled by osmosis and diffusion mechanism with respect to the surrounding temperature.

Plant nutrients are encapsulated in an organic polymer coating.

After being applied, the granule attracts water and passes through osmosis.

The nutrients dissolve in water to form a concentrated nutrient formulation.

Nutrient formulations are released in the soil via diffusion. The coating ensures a controlled nutrient release over a specified period of time, i.e. From 3 up to 18 months.

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