[popup_cookie expires=”1 month”]
Liquid micronutrient fertilizer. The micronutrient fertilizer we are manufacturing is available in powder form. To make it into liquid micronutrients fertilizer you have to add 10 gm in 16 liters of water. This micronutrient fertilizer is organic, harmful chemicals-free, and 100% water-soluble.
Liquid micronutrient fertilizer contains more than 63 different macronutrients and micronutrients. To put it differently, this is a multi micronutrient fertilizer.
The point often overlooked, all plants need liquid micronutrient fertilizer to survive. If you do not apply the right amount of liquid micronutrient fertilizer to your plants, they may die due to vitamin deficiencies.
Available macronutrients and micronutrients in the liquid micronutrient fertilizer as follows;
- Nitrogen (N) + Phosphorus (P) + Potassium (K) > 3000 ppm [approximately]
- Iron (Fe) + Calcium (Ca) + Potassium (K) < 600 ppm [approximately]
- Manganese (Mn) + Zinc (Zn) + Boron (B) < 400 ppm [approximately]
Apart from these, liquid micronutrient fertilizer also contains the following active ingredients in organic form.
Auxins, Betaines, Cytokines, Alginic acid, Minnito, Lamanarian, 18 Amino acids, polysaccharides, glycine betaine, Chelated micronutrients from an organic source, More than 10 different vitamins
This is to say this is the best micronutrient fertilizer available in India. We are the original manufacturer of this product.
List of essential trace minerals available in liquid micronutrient fertilizer
- Boron helps in carbohydrate transport in the plant systems; it also assists in metabolic regulation. Boron deficiency will often result in bud dieback.
- Chlorine is necessary for osmosis and ionic balance; it also plays a role in photosynthesis.
- Copper is a component of Plant enzymes and vitamin A. Symptoms of copper deficiency include browning of leaf tips and chlorosis.
- Iron is essential for chlorophyll synthesis, which is why an iron deficiency results in chlorosis.
- Manganese helps in chlorophyll formation. Manganese deficient plants will develop chlorosis between the veins of their leaves. The availability of manganese is partially dependent on soil pH.
- Molybdenum is essential to plant health. Molybdenum is used by plants to reduce nitrates into usable forms. Some plants use it for nitrogen fixation, thus it may need to be added to some soils before seeding legumes.
- Nickel is essential for the activation of urease, an enzyme involved with nitrogen metabolism that is required to process urea.
- Zinc participates in chlorophyll formation and also activates many enzymes. Symptoms of zinc deficiency include chlorosis and stunted growth.
When should you buy micronutrient fertilizer?
It is needless to say, all plants need micronutrients for sustainable growth. If your plant does not grow well, it will not produce flowers. In other words, it will suffer.
With this intention, you must buy micronutrient fertilizer for your plants.
It is needless to say, micronutrient deficiency can kill your plants.
To put it differently, In plants, a micronutrient deficiency or trace mineral deficiency is a physiological plant disorder that occurs when a micronutrient is deficient in the soil in which the plant is growing.
Nutrient deficiencies can adversely affect plant growth and development.
Micronutrient fertilizers are required by plants in relatively low quantities. These nutrients directly affect crop growth and development including fruiting and flowering.
To prepare a liquid micronutrient fertilizer solution, mix 10 gm in 15 L of water. Spray this solution on the leaves of the plant, early morning or late evening. The longer the liquid micronutrient fertilizer solution stays on the leaves, the better it works.
In like manner, this product can also be applied to the soil to enrich it with macronutrients and micronutrients. To do this, mix 2 gm in a liter of water and drench the soil. You can also do this via drip irrigation.
Do not apply this product on the soil as well as through foliar spray on the same day. Keep a minimum of 7 days apart.
This is to say, this is a concentrated micronutrient fertilizer, though it is organic, if you use it in excess for no reason it may surprise your plant, which is not good.
Furthermore, if you are growing small plants, start with 0.5 gm per liter of water. Surprisingly, in most cases, this dose is enough.
We recommend 1 application in 10 days. Not to mention, this also depends upon your need. Furthermore, it also depends on what other materials such as fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides you are applying.
Likewise, if you are growing crops on an acre of land, you need a minimum of 100 gm of this material.
If you are going for 100% organic cultivation without using chemicals. You need to spray once every 10 days.
Soil application / Drip application: Mix 2 gm / L of water and spray near the roots of the plant. Repeat application once every 10 days.
Spray this solution on the leaves in the early morning or late evening. Do not spray under direct sunlight or when it is raining.
This is a concentrated but balanced liquid micronutrient fertilizer. Do not mix this product with any other products.