They are essential for healthy plant growth and development. They take part in various
metabolic activities in the plant.
It should be applied in conditions where intensive agriculture is made, in deficiencies, in various products grown in alkaline and salty environments. Micro elements, which may be useless to the plant due to various factors in the soil, are applied to the plant from the leaves or soil in the right combination and chelated form.
Fruit trees, vegetables, field crops and ornamental plants.
Microelement deficiency symptoms manifest themselves as chlorosis in plants, deformity in leaves, spots or drying. Plant growth and development slows down, adversely affects yield and quality.
|Vegetables (Tomato, Cucumber, Eggplant etc.)||50 – 100 g / 100 L water||At the beginning of flowering and every 2-3 weeks|
|citrus fruits||50 – 100 g / 100 L water||Before flowering, before June fruit set, on summer shoot|
|Apple, Pear etc.||50 – 100 g / 100 L water||When the fruits reach the size of a walnut and in the summer shoot|
|Peach, Apricot, Cherry etc.||50 – 100 g / 100 L water||After flowering and 2 weeks later|
|Bond||100 – 200 g / 100 L water||1-2 applications just before the closure of the clusters and every2weeks|
|Paddy||300 g / 100 L water||At the beginning of tillering, at the Sapa rising period and after 1 month|
|Sweetcorn||300 g / 100 L water||When the plant is 40-50 cm tall|
|Cotton||200 g / 100 L water||Before combing and about 2 weeks after|
|Sugar beet||300 g / 100 L water||6 leaf period and 1 month later|
|Onion||250 g / 100 L water||30 days after planting and then weeks later|
|Peanuts – Soy||250 g / 100 L water||During the flower bud period and then 2 weeks later|
|Melon watermelon||200 g / 100 L water||1-2 months after exit, followedby1-2 week intervals|
|Ornamental Plants||50 – 100 g / 100 L water||Onset of growth followed by an interval of 2 weeks|
|Hazelnut||50 – 100 g / 100 L water||At leaf formation and then 1 month later|
|Wheat||300 g / 100 L water||During the fraternity period|
|Vegetables, Ornamental Plants||Fruit Trees (Based on tree size)|
|0.2 – 0.5 kg / da||20 – 100g/plant|