Contains at least 14% of organically bound nitrogen.

Content of dangerous substances does not exceed limits effectual in the Slovak Republic pursuant to standard STN 654 804.

ROKOSAN U serves as rich, harmonically balanced source of all nutrients supplied evenly during all vegetation period. It contributes to richness and colorfulness of the flowers, increases fertility and enhances biological activity of the soil.


Scope and ways of using ROKOSAN-u:

For growers of vegetables, berries, vine, fruit trees, house threes, ornamental shrubs, garden flowers and lawns (petunias, geraniums, orchids, ferns, bonsai and other). The fertilizer is suitable for all plants sensitive to burning up or over-fertilizing by nitrogen.
Universal fertilizer ROKOSAN is produced from keratin increasing biological resistance against diseases and pests; by regular supply of nutrients in their sufficient amount it improves physical features of soils, adjusts the water regime in the soil, enriches soil for microorganisms and other. It contains nitrogen and phosphorus in the natural form in small amount as well as other nutrients and trace elements. Ecologically favorable nitrogen form prevents harmful nitrates from accumulating in plants and fruits of vegetables or berries; it prevents underground water from being polluted by unwanted nitrates. Specialty of keratin is its ability to bundle nitrogen from the air. Universality and significantly ecological character represents the main advantage of this fertilizer.


Use: Fertilizer ROKOSAN U should be applied in spring and autumn, one-time when preparing the soil for seeding or planting as well as during the whole vegetation period. The fertilizer is applied by even scattering and mixing with the soil. With average dosage of 60 g/m2 such application seems to be optimal. Minimum dosage of 80 g/m2 is recommended for poorer soils. 1-2 tea spoons (app. 25 g) should be applied to house plants and subsequently mixed with soil. 1-2 tea spoons (app. 25g) of fertilizer should be added into the hole under the nursling or if the nursling has been already planted, the fertilizer should be scattered around the nursling.