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 what is the full form of NPK ?

Asked by Aryan(student) , on 12/7/14

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Posted by Ahan(student)on 27/6/09

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Nitrogen Phosphorus Potassium 

Posted by Hardip Singh(student)on 27/6/09


Posted by Rahil Zafar(student)on 28/6/09

It is the combination of nitrate, potash and Phosphorus fertiliser used for agriculture.

Posted by Shrey Choudhary(student)on 28/6/09

 nitrogen phosphorus potassiummmmm.............? Ok Banda Bahadur

Posted by Pulkit Sharma(student)on 14/7/09

the full form of NPK is Nitrogen  Phosphorus  Potassium

Posted by Prashant Kumar(student)on 4/10/09

The full form of NPK is Nitrogen , Phosphorous & Kalium (potassium)

Posted by Anjana P(student)on 15/6/12

Full form of NPK N itrogen Phosphorus Potassium

Posted by Nidhi Pandey(student)on 8/12/12

NPK fertilizers are those rich in nitrogen(N),phosphorus(P) and potassium (K ) salts

Posted by Arundhati Varma...(student)on 8/12/12

Nitrogen Phosphurus Kelium(potassium)

Posted by Priya Sinha(student)on 8/12/12

NPK. Nitrates, Potash and Potasium

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Posted by Mansimran Kaur(student)on 8/12/12

The full form of NPK is Nitrogen,Phosphorus and Kalium(Potassium).

Posted by Diana(student)on 9/12/12

 Nitrogen,Phosphorus and Kalium(Potassium).

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Posted by Pranjal Maheshw...(student)on 9/12/12

Nitrogen  Phosphorus Potassium it is a chemical fertilizer.

Posted by Richa Vatsa(student)on 17/12/12

The full form of NPK is

Nitrozen Phosphorus Pottasium(Kailum)

Posted by Rakshit Joshi(student)on 12/9/13

The full form of NPK is

Nitrozen Phosphorus Pottasium(Kailum)

Posted by Abhinav Saini(student)on 12/7/14

NPK is a way of writing Kalium. The full form is Nitrogen Phosphorus Potassium.

Posted by Pankhuri(student)on 12/7/14




Posted by Riya(student)on 14/7/14

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