Recommended for the prevention and treatment of chlorosis (iron deficiency). Responsive to the application of fertilizers with an iron complex – cereals, legumes, potatoes, sugar beets, corn, vegetables and other crops. Easy-to-use liquid preparative form – solution. Chelated iron HEDP is a readily available chelated form. Nitrogen in the form of urea (carbamide) improves penetration into the plant. Contains an organic penetrant that increases the effectiveness of iron. Low consumption rate 0.2-1.0 l/ha. High payback. Improves the formation of chlorophyll, enhances photosynthesis. Enhances protein metabolism. Regulates redox processes and synthesis of growth substances-auxins. Participates in the fixation of atmospheric nitrogen. Increases resistance to diseases. Provides formation of high yields of cultures exacting to iron. Reduces nitrate levels in products
Signs of iron deficiency:
Growth stunted, young plants chlorotic. In acute deficiency, the leaves turn white, but the veins remain green. Deficiency is especially pronounced on carbonate and overcalcified soils – “calcareous chlorosis”. Iron (Fe) deficiency Young leaves are pale yellow or lemon green, older leaves are normal green. The leaf veins remain green at first. With a prolonged deficiency, the tissues on the edges of the leaves die off and the shoots on the trees dry up.