Iron chelate to prevent the appearance of iron chlorosis.
Chelated iron highly soluble in water and easily absorbed by the root of the plant. The product is highly stable and soluble, even though the soil pH is basic. Iron is part of the proteins involved in photosynthesis and, due to its low mobility in the phloem, it tends to accumulate in the oldest leaves, while the appearance of a yellowish color will be observed in the new leaves.
ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS:
- It is highly soluble and highly mobile through the phloem.
- It activates the synthesis of many proteins involved in photosynthesis.
DOSAGE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
|CROP||TIME OF APPLICATION||FERTIGATION|
|Fruit trees||Apply throughout the crop cycle||Young trees of 8 – 15 grams/tree.
Trees in production of 10 – 60 grams/tree.
Full production of 60 – 100 grams/tree.
Horticultural apply 3 – 4 kilos/ha.
|Table grape and vine|
Composition: iron and iron chelated by oo EDDHA.