Mineral fertilizer micro elements
Foliar and soil application preparation

Function of Micro Elements in Plants

They are essential for healthy plant growth and development. They take part in various
metabolic activities in the plant.

Availability of Micro Elements in Soil

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.

Products Sensitive to Micro Element Deficiency

Fruit trees, vegetables, field crops and ornamental plants.

Micro Element Deficiency

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.


  • Water-soluble Boron (B): 0.4%
  • Water-soluble Copper (Cu) Fully chelated with EDTA: 0.5%
  • Water-soluble Iron (Fe) Fully chelated with EDTA: 6%
  • Water-soluble Manganese (Mn) Fully chelated with EDTA: 2.5%
  • Water-soluble Molybdenum (Mo): 0.1%
  • Water soluble Zinc (Zn) Fully chelated with EDTA: 3%

Recommended Dose

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

Soil Application/ General Advice:

Vegetables, Ornamental Plants Fruit Trees (Based on tree size)
0.2 – 0.5 kg / da 20 – 100g/plant


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