EDTA Chelated Multi – Micronutrient (Trace Element) Fertilizer
Characteristics and advantages
EDTA Chelated micronutrients are important in agriculture because they are more readily utilized by plants than are inorganic forms of metals and they remain in plant-available form longer because the chelated structure slows the micronutrient reaction with soil minerals.
The product is non-toxic, harmless, it can be used as foliar fertilization, soilless culture fertilizer and direct soil application, mixed with other fertilizers, complex fertilizer or organic fertilizer to ensure the comprehensive nutrition and improve the overall effect. It’s more convenient for transportation compared with liquid fertilizer products. Therefore using chelated micronutrients can reach surprised effect.
The product can regulate the nutrition function of plant organs, resist the deficiency diseases like small leaves, yellow leaves, falling flower, fruit drop, significant improving after 2-4 days usage. Applied plants will be observed in state of flourished branch, earlier blooming, more fruits setting, less diseases, high quality and yield.
1. High purity of raw materials, which makes the fertilizer suitable for foliar application
2. Micro nutrients contents are quickly up taken by leaf and roots tissues
3. Nutrients are presents in forms quickly available for the plants
4. High Magnesium content
5. Prevents and cures micro nutritional disorders
6. Optimal well-balanced plant nutrition
7. Improves color, sweetness, consistency and increasing size of fruits
8. Promotes all the Biochemicals plant’s processes which need
9. Higher yields
Application and dosages
1. By foliar spray, apply at the following dosage and repeat every 10-15 days if needed:
1.1. Fruit trees: 150-200 gm/100 litres of water – at the reawakening, in blossoming and after fruit setting.
1.2. Vegetable crops: 100-150 gm/100 litres of water – from the first vegetative phases.
1.3 Flowers and ornamentals: 100-150 gm/100 litres of water – from the first vegetative phases.
2. Industrial crops: 2-2.5 Kg/Ha – from the first vegetative phases.
3. Fertigation: The dosage depends from needs and can vary from 15 to 25 Kg/Ha.
1. Boron (as B): 0.50%
2. Cobalt (as Co): 0.05%
3. Copper (as Cu): 1.50%
4. Iron (as Fe): 4.00%
5. Magnesium (as Mg): 5.43%
6. Manganese (as Mn): 4.00%
7. Molybdenum (as Mo): 0.10%
8. Zinc (as Zn): 1.50%
9. Practical pH Stability Range: 4 – 9 (in aqueous solution)
Stored in a dry place, keep away from acid and oxidant, keep away from light and heat. Opened bags must be sealed properly.