Bio Stimulant | Trace Elements
Essential Trace Mineral Liquid Fertiliser
Contains a range of trace minerals that are essential for health, plant growth, and high crop production.
Formulated in fermented seaweed concentrate and complex plant extracts which include various growth promotants cytokinins, auxins, betains and numerous microminerals – essential for high plant production.
- Supplies the plant with essential trace elements vital for healthy growth in one easy application.
- Fully soluble and plant available for immediate uptake delivering nutrient response with low application rates.
- The free-flowing formulation makes the product easy to use.
- Can be applied with a wide range of agricultural chemicals, reducing applications.
- Contains nitrogen to assist in plant uptake.
- Fermented seaweed base contains proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and amino acids assisting translocation across leaf membrane.
- 20 Litre
- 200 Litre
- 1000 Litre
Nitrogen with traces quickly stimulates fast and vigorous vegetative growth and encourages necessary plant development.
Zinc has a number of vital roles in crop production plants, apart from enhanced flowering, Zinc participates in protein and carbohydrate metabolism and regulating growth enzymes.
Iron is a functional agent in many vital plant processes including chlorophyll manufacture, photosynthesis, respiration and oxidation.
The unique fermentation process utilises specific micro-organisms to enhance assimilation and mobilization throughout the plant tissues by reducing molecular size as well as producing natural chelating acids. The secret fermentation process increases the activity of the natural plant growth promotants as well as improves physical compatibilities.
A liquid trace element blend consisting of Nitrogen, Zinc & Iron with added Copper designed to help stressed crops.
A combination of seven essential trace elements designed to correct and prevent trace element deficiencies in a wide range…
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