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Librel Zn - Zinc Chelate

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Anything below 1 kg is supposed to be shipped in a small loose packets without its original packing, in case you require the original pack, then you may proceed with an order of 1 kilograms.

Product Bio

Zinc (Zn) is taken up by plants as the divalent Zn⁺² cation. It was one of the first micronutrients recognized as essential for plants and the one most commonly limiting yields. Although Zn is required only in small amounts, high yields are impossible without it.

- Zinc chelate is easily translocated within the plants, because unlike Zinc Sulphate it is partly systemic.
- Zinc Sulphate reduced phosphorous uptake and the phosphorous content of the shoots in plants, while Zn-EDTA increased it.
- Zinc EDTA available to plant system very quickly. This is in contrast with Zinc from other sources which makes Zinc available very slowly, because a large quantity of such Zinc will be fixed in the soil.
- High pH conditions, zinc from other sources may not be available to plant. Zinc EDTA is versatile since it can be used for all crops and all kinds of soil.

The amount of trace elements found in soil is sometimes so small that they are barely detectable, but without them, plants fail to thrive. Zinc is one of those essential trace elements. Read on to find out how to tell if your soil contains enough zinc and how to treat zinc deficiency in plants.

It’s hard to tell the difference between zinc deficiency and other trace element or micronutrient deficiencies by looking at the plant because they all have similar symptoms. The main difference is that chlorosis due to zinc deficiency begins on the lower leaves, while chlorosis due to a shortage of iron, manganese or molybdenum begins on the upper leaves. The only way to confirm your suspicion of a zinc deficiency is to have your soil tested. Your cooperative extension agent can tell you how to collect a soil sample and where to send it for testing.

Usage
- Dissolve 8gms in 1 litre of water for foliage application



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