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Chelated mix micronutrient - Combi Mixture

Chelated mix micronutrient - Combi Mixture

164.00 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • Classification Organic Fertilizer
  • Chemical Name Compound Amino Acid
  • Other Names Calcium Salt
  • Type DAP
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Chelated mix micronutrient - Combi Mixture Price And Quantity

  • 164.00 INR/Kilograms
  • 1 Kilograms

Chelated mix micronutrient - Combi Mixture Product Specifications

  • Compound Amino Acid
  • Organic Fertilizer
  • DAP
  • Calcium Salt

Chelated mix micronutrient - Combi Mixture Trade Information

  • 25000 Kilograms Per Month
  • 1 Days
  • All India

Product Description

Chelated mix micronutrients are also commonly used in agriculture to enhance plant growth and health. These micronutrients are typically added to soil or sprayed onto plant foliage to provide essential minerals to plants in a form that is readily available for uptake.

Chelated mix micronutrients can help improve plant growth, increase crop yields, and enhance resistance to pests and diseases. They are particularly useful in soils with high pH levels or high levels of certain minerals, which can make it difficult for plants to absorb essential micronutrients.

Some common chelated mix micronutrients used in agriculture include iron, zinc, manganese, and copper. These micronutrients play important roles in plant growth and development, such as chlorophyll synthesis, enzyme function, and photosynthesis.

It is important to use chelated mix micronutrients in accordance with recommended dosages and application methods, as excessive use can lead to soil or water contamination and can be harmful to plants and the environment. Farmers and growers should consult with agricultural experts or soil testing services to determine the appropriate micronutrient supplementation for their specific crop and soil conditions.


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