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Kynoch Fertilizer is a leading importer, blender and retailer of a complete range of granular, liquid and specialty fertilizers (OptimiZers™) in Southern Africa, whilst our farmers are serviced by a large sales and agronomic technical support team.
With Kynoch’s innovative and tailor-made products you can apply enhanced fertilizer according to the needs and growth stages of your different crops. In this way, Kynoch ensures that your crops are given what they need when they need it most.
When untreated urea is applied to the soil, a large percentage of the nitrogen can be lost due to volatilization. Different factors over which we do not always have control can increase these losses. KynoPlus® through the reduction in volatilization help secure your nitrogen investment.
When using KynoPlus®, you improve the efficiency and effectiveness of applied nitrogen, which can result in improved crop quality, yield and profit. Using higher concentration products, means less product need to be transported to the farm. Transport costs can be reduced by more than 50%. KynoPlus® nitrogen concentration is amongst the highest, which results in some of the lowest transportation costs per hectare.
KynoPlus® will make a contribution to increased profitability by increasing yield, lowering nitrogen fertilization cost and reducing losses to the environment. KynoPlus® is also available in a full range of NPKS blends.
With Kynoch on your farm from the start, you get the most out of your crop and can be assured of improvements in crop quality and yield potential.
Kynoch’s vision is to be an innovative plant nutrition supplier that complements our clients’ businesses through Yield Enhancing Technologies® and innovation that enhances fertilizer performance. This, as well as a comprehensive range of agronomic services, Plant Nutrient Scheduling® aligned with plant development and growth enhancers, allows us and our clients to manage the growth of their crops optimally.
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Address: 62 Wierda Road East, Sandton, 2146, South Africa
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