- Zinc strengthens the plant cells and regulates the cell production of healthier crops.
- Zinc deficient plants are more susceptible to Fusarium Wilt.
- It promotes growth hormones and starch formation.
- It promotes seed maturation and production.
- Zinc is very useful for crops such as wheat, paddy, sugarcane, soybean, grape, cotton, citrus, corn, potato, cumin, coriander, garlic, onion, etc.
- Boron deficiency affects vegetative and reproductive growth of plants, resulting in inhibition of cells. expansion, death of meristem and reduced fertility.
- It is an efficient product to correct Boron deficiency.
- It helps to control the transport of sugar in plants.
- It is important for cell division and seed development.
- Boron increases flower production and retention, pollen tube elongation, germination and fruit development.
- Magnesium Activate many plant enzymes required in growth process.
- Magnesium Helps in translocation phosphorus and potash in the plant, help in fruit development increases sugar contain and size and vitamin C in the fruit.
- Magnesium Can be used through drip irrigation as well as through foliar application for correct deficiency.
- Fe is essential for the synthesis of chlorophyll, the green colour of plants which functions in photosynthesis but it is not part of the chlorophyll molecule.
- Iron is involved in N fixation, photosynthesis, electron transfer, respiratory enzyme systems as a part of cytochrome, haemoglobin and in other enzyme systems.
- It also can be used as feed additive to cure plant’s ferrous deficiency.
- Now more and more farmers are applying micronutrient fertilizers such as Ferrous sulphate.
- Calcium is the single most important nutrient in high production horticultural crops and Calcium provides chelated calcium which can be rapidly absorbed.
- Calcium must only be used for correction of deficiency in vegetable crops, fruit crops, field crops only as determined by foliar and soil testing.
- Calcium works for root development during early growth stage of plant.
- Calcium is the part of cell wall and hence cell division, cell elongation process.
- Manganese is one of nine essential nutrients that plants require for growth.
- Many processes are dependent on this nutrient, including chloroplast formation, photosynthesis, nitrogen metabolism and synthesis of some enzymes.
- This role of manganese in plants is extremely crucial.