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BASIC DATA
Standard ID NY 1106-2010 (NY1106-2010)
Description (Translated English) Water-soluble fertilizers containing humic-acids
Sector / Industry Agriculture Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard G21
Classification of International Standard 65.080
Word Count Estimation 9,955
Date of Issue 2010-12-23
Date of Implementation 2011-02-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) NY 1106-2006
Quoted Standard GB 190; GB 191; GB/T 6679; GB/T 6680; GB/T 8170; GB 8569; GB/T 8576; GB/T 8577; NY/T 887; NY/T 1108; NY 1110; NY/T 1115; NY/T 1117; NY/T 1971; NY/T 1972; NY/T 1974; NY/T 1977; NY/T 1978; NY 1979; " arbitration inspection of product quality and product quality appraisal management approach"; " quantitative packaged goods metrological supervision management approach "
Drafting Organization National Fertilizer Quality Supervision and Inspection Center (Beijing)
Administrative Organization Ministry of Agriculture
Regulation (derived from) Ministry of Agriculture Bulletin No. 1515
Summary This standard specifies a number of elements of water-soluble fertilizer (middle element type) and a large element of water-soluble fertilizer (trace type) the technical requirements, test methods, inspection rules, marking, packaging, transportation and storage. This standard applies to the production and sale of the PRC, with plenty of elements nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium as the main ingredient, adding some elements or trace elements in the amount of liquid or solid water-soluble fertilizer. This standard does not apply to existing mandatory national or industry standards of fertilizer products, such as fertilizer (compound fertilizer) and chemical methods is made only by the solid fertilizer.


NY 1106-2010: PDF in English
NY 1106-2010
NY
AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY STANDARD
OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 65.080
G 21
Replacing NY 1106-2006
Water-Soluble Fertilizers Containing Humic-Acids
含腐植酸水溶肥料
ISSUED ON: DECEMBER 23, 2010
IMPLEMENTED ON: FEBRUARY 01, 2011
Issued by: Ministry of Agriculture of PRC
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 5
2 Normative References ... 5
3 Terms and Definitions ... 6
4 Requirements ... 7
5 Test Methods ... 8
6 Inspection Rules ... 10
7 Identification ... 11
8 Packaging, Transportation and Storage ... 12
Water-Soluble Fertilizers Containing Humic-Acids
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the technical requirements, test methods, inspection rules,
marking, packaging, transportation and storage of water-soluble fertilizers containing
humic-acids (macro element type) and water-soluble fertilizers containing humic-acids
(trace element type).
This Standard is applicable to mineral humic acids produced and sold in the People’s
Republic of China, with a proportion suitable for plant growth; adding appropriate
amounts macro elements such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium; or trace elements
such as copper, iron, manganese, zinc, boron, and molybdenum; so that make the
liquid or solid water-soluble fertilizers.
2 Normative References
The following documents are essential to the application of this document. For the
dated documents, only the versions with the dates indicated are applicable to this
document; for the undated documents, only the latest version (including all the
amendments) are applicable to this document.
GB 190 Packing Symbol of Dangerous Goods
GB 191 Packaging – Pictorial Marking for Handling of Goods
GB/T 6679 General Rules for Sampling of Solid Chemical Products
GB/T 6680 General Rules for Sampling of Liquid Chemical Products
GB/T 8170 Rules of Rounding off for Numerical Values & Expression and
Judgement of Limiting Values
GB/T 8569 Packing of Solid Chemical Fertilizers
GB/T 8576 Determination of Free Water for Compound Fertilizers - Vacuum Oven
Method
GB/T 8577 Determination of Free Water for Compound Fertilizers - Karl Fischer
Method
NY/T 887 Liquid Fertilizers - Determination of Density
NY/T 1108 Liquid Fertilizers – Package Technology Conditions
NY 1110 Water-Soluble Fertilizers-Content-Limits of Mercury, Arsenic, Cadmium,
Lead and Chromium
NY/T 1115 Water-Soluble Fertilizers – Determination of Water Insoluble Matter
Content and pH Value
NY/T 1117 Water-Soluble Fertilizers - Determination of Calcium, Magnesium,
Sulphur and Chlorine Content
NY/T 1971 Water-Soluble Fertilizers – Determination of Humic-Acids Content
NY/T 1972 Water-Soluble Fertilizers - Determination of Sodium, Selenium, Silicon
Content
NY/T 1974 Water-Soluble Fertilizers - Determination of Copper, Iron, Manganese,
Zinc, Boron, Molybdenum Content
NY/T 1977 Water-Soluble Fertilizers - Determination of Total Nitrogen,
Phosphorus and Potassium Content
NY/T 1978 Fertilizers - Determination of Mercury, Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead and
Chromium Content
NY/T 1979 Fertilizers and Soil Amendments- Regulations of Label and
Specification Assessment
Measures for the Administration of Product Quality Arbitration, Inspection, and
Product Quality Identification
Measures for the Metrological Supervision and Administration of Quantitatively
Packed Commodities
3 Terms and Definitions
For the purpose of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1 Water-soluble fertilizers
It is a liquid or solid fertilizer that is dissolved or diluted in water and used for irrigation
and fertilization, foliar fertilization, soilless cultivation, soaking seeds and roots.
3.2 Mineral humic acids
It is a mixture of amorphous polymer compounds that contains benzene nuclei,
It shall be performed according to the provisions of NY/T 1978.
5.21 Determination of cadmium content
It shall be performed according to the provisions of NY/T 1978.
5.22 Determination of lead content
It shall be performed according to the provisions of NY/T 1978.
5.23 Determination of chromium content
It shall be performed according to the provisions of NY/T 1978.
6 Inspection Rules
6.1 The products shall be inspected by the quality supervision department of the
enterprise; and the manufacturer shall ensure that all the sold products meet the
requirements of this Standard. Each batch of products shall be accompanied by a
quality certificate, and its content shall be implemented in accordance with the
provisions of the marking.
6.2 The product is inspected by batch, taking one batch of ingredients as a batch; and
the maximum batch quantity is 50t.
6.3 Sampling of solid or bulk products shall be carried out in accordance with the
provisions of GB/T 6679. Sampling of liquid products shall be carried out in accordance
with GB/T 6680.
6.4 Place the sampled product in a clean, dry container and mix quickly. Take 600 g of
solid sample or 600 mL of liquid sample; divide them into two clean, dry containers,
seal and label them, indicating the name of the manufacturer, product name, batch
number or production date, sampling date, and sampler’s name. One bottle is used for
product quality analysis, and the other bottle shall be kept for at least two months for
re-inspection.
6.5 After multiple fractionation of the solid sample, take out about 100 g, quickly grind
it until all of it passes through a 0.50 mm sieve (if the sample is wet, it can pass through
a 1.00 mm sieve), mix well; and place it in a clean, dry container for determination.
6.6 After shaking the liquid sample for several times, quickly take out about 100 mL of
it; and place it in a clean and dry container for determination.
6.7 When the manufacturer performs the exit-factory inspection, if one or more
indicators of the inspection results do not meet the requirements of this Standard, re-
sample from the doubled sampling batch for re-inspection. If one or more indicators do
requirements of the trace element content. When the marked-value of a single
trace element is no greater than 2.0% or 20 g/L, the absolute value of the positive
and negative relative deviation between each measured value and the marked
value shall be no greater than 40%. When the marked-value of a single trace
element is greater than 2.0% or 20 g /L, the absolute value of the positive or
negative deviation between each measured value and the marked value shall be
no greater than 1.0% or 10 g/L.
7.2.3 The marked value of the sulfur content. When the marked-value of sulfur element
is "sulfur (S) ≤ 3.0% or 30 g/L", its measured value shall be no greater than 3.0% or 30
g/L. When the marked-value of sulfur element is greater than 3.0% or 30 g/L, the
absolute value of the positive or negative deviation between the measured value and
the marked value shall be no greater than 1.5% or 15 g/L.
7.2.4 The marked value of the chlorine content. When the marked-value of chlorine
element is "chlorine (Cl) ≤ 3.0% or 30 g/L", its measured value shall be no greater than
3.0% or 30 g/L. When the marked-value of chlorine element is greater than 3.0% or 30
g/L, the absolute value of the positive or negative deviation between the measured
value and the marked value shall be no greater than 1.5% or 15 g/L.
7.2.5 The marked-value of sodium content. When the marked-value of sodium element
is "sodium (Na) ≤ 3.0% or 30 g/L", its measured value shall be no greater than 3.0%
or 30 g/L. When the marked-value of sodium element is greater than 3.0% or 30 g/L,
the absolute value of the positive or negative deviation between the measured value
and the marked value shall be no greater than 1.5% or 15 g/L.
7.2.6 The marked value of pH. The measured pH value shall meet the requirement of
positive and negative deviation of its marked-value pH±1.0.
7.2.7 The maximum marked values of mercury, arsenic, cadmium, lead, and chromium
element contents.
7.3 The rest shall be performed in accordance with provisions of NY 1979.
8 Packaging, Transportation and Storage
8.1 The net content of each bag (bottle) of the minimum sales package of solid
products shall be no less than 100g; if the dispensing package is performed, the net
content shall be indicated; the rest shall be performed in accordance with the
provisions of GB 8569. Liquid product packaging is performed in accordance with the
provisions of NY/T 1108. The net content shall be performed in accordance with the
provisions of Measures for the Metrological Supervision and Administration of
Quantitatively Packed Commodities.
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