At Saddle Mountain Supply, we recognize that the type and quality of fertilizer you use has a significant impact on your end result. Only the highest quality fertilizers are offered to our customers. We regularly customize individual mixes to meet individual needs. So whether your needs require staples such as Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium or Sulfur; or you have need of micro-nutrients, look no further than fertilizers offered through Saddle Mountain Supply.
Urea Ammonium Nitrate (32-0-0)
Urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) solution is made by dissolving ammonium nitrate and urea in water. The nitrogen content of these solutions will vary from 28% ( Canada ) to 32% ( United States ), depending on the amount of ammonium nitrate, urea and water in the solution. UAN can be handled as a liquid at atmospheric pressure and temperature.
Ammonium Polyphosphate (10-34-0)
Ammonium polyphosphate is made by reacting "wet process" superphosphoric acid (super acid) and anhydrous ammonia under controlled conditions. When the ammonia, a strong base, mixes with the super acid the resulting exothermic reaction produces a large amount of heat. This heat is necessary to produce the high "poly" content and ensures good product shelf life characteristics.
Liquid Potash (0-0-15)
Liquid Potash is made by melting high grade Potassium Chloride (0-0-60) in heated water to get the concentration of potassium you require, usually between 13% to 15%. Can be mixed readily with other forms of liquid fertilizer.
Ammonium Thiosulfate (12-0-0-26)
THIO-SUL is a clear liquid containing 12% nitrogen (N) and 26% sulfur (S). THIO-SUL is compatible with N solutions and complete (N-P-K) liquid blends, which are neutral to slightly acid in reaction. In addition to its wide adaptability for use in clear liquid blends, it is also well suited for use in suspensions.
Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN 17)
Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN 17) is a versatile fertilizer that contains 8.8% calcium and 17% nitrogen. The nitrogen is one-third ammonic form and two-thirds nitrate form. The nitrate in CAN 17 is available immediately to crops as they grow in cool soils, while the ammonic form is held in reserve until soil temperatures rise and a plant's nitrogen requirements are greater.
The calcium in CAN 17 is water soluble and readily available to plants, giving a crop the best chance at proper early-season cell wall development as well as avoiding late-season internal disorders such as bitter pit of apples, and internal brown spot of potatoes.
Fertilizers and Foliars
In addition to the liquid fertilizers listed above, Saddle Mountain Supply can provide you with specialized foliar products that will increase foliar uptake or augment soil productivity.