Zinc sulphate heptahydrate
Zinc sulphate heptahydrate is a microfertiliozer designed for foliar applications during the vegetation period. Zinc sulphate application reduces the time of fruit’s maturation, increases the yield as well as sugar and vitamins content.
In plants, zinc stimulates enzymes activity, regulates growth processes, increases heat, drought and cold resistance of plants and also zinc is a part of enzyme systems which are involved in the processes of respiration, protein and auxins synthesis.
Agricultural crops which are susceptible to zinc deficiency: fruit crops, citruses, grapes, corn, hop, soybeans, lint, tomatoes, sorghum, beans. Less susceptible to zinc deficiency crops: beet, sunflowers, clovers, onions, potatoes, cabbages, cucumbers, berry crops. Agricultural crops which are almost not susceptible to zinc deficiency: oat, rye, wheat, barley, carrots. Zinc is particularly important in the process of rice growth because of the specific nature of this culture.
Qualitative characteristics of the product correspond to the GOST standards 4174-77.