A highly complexed and concentrated formulation of magnesium. Purposely created to encourage rapid leaf uptake and maximise availability to the plant. Magnesium is important within the process of photosynthesis and enzyme production.
Use magnesium, the central element of the chlorophyll pigment, to provide green-up in situations where there is already ample iron, in acidic soils where the grass is exhibiting signs of magnesium deficiency, or where demand for magnesium has been increased i.e. potassium levels have been raised or a pH amendment has been applied.
|Applicator||Application Rate||Water Volume||Pack Size (Litres)||Pack Coverage (m²)|
|Boom Sprayer||5 ltr/ha||200 ltr/ha||5||10,000|
|Knapsack||0.5 ml/m²||20 ml/m²|
Apply evenly, avoid overlapping or missing areas, using a suitable calibrated sprayer.
If there is no rain within 2 days of application irrigate the treated area thoroughly. Do not apply in hot, dry weather or frosty conditions.
Half fill the sprayer with clean water. Add concentrate as required and mix thoroughly whilst adding remaining water.
|Ingredient||Oxide Value||Elemental Value|
|Total Nitrogen (N)||2.20%|
|Phosphorus Pentoxide (P2O5)||0.00%||0.00%|
|Potassium Oxide (K2O)||0.00%||0.00%|
|pH||3.5 - 4.5|
Chelate – pronounced “Key-late” – is derived from the Greek word χηλή, (chēlē) meaning claw because the chelating molecule lies around the central molecule like the claws of a lobster. Practically, a chelating agent is an organic molecule which in simple terms encapsulates a plant nutrition molecule, protecting it from precipitation which would make the nutrient unavailable. Ions encapsulated within a chelating agent are far more likely to be absorbed into the plant via the roots and leaf tissue due to changes to the chelated molecules surface properties. It is this which results in greater efficiency of the applied nutrient.
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