100g EDTA Chelated trace element fertilizer 1g add 2000g water
Does the higher content of middle and trace elements will be better?
Answer: not necessarily, the content is only one of the technical indicators, for plants, absorption and utilization is the key. For example, thecontent of copper or iron block is 100%, but the plants can not absorb, inorganic salts only can be partially absorb. The content of chelated salt element seems only about 10%, but the absorption is stable, before being absorbed by plants, it is not easy to be destroyed, the absorption rate is 95%-100%.
What advantage does EDTA fertilizer better than ordinary fertilizer?
Answer: EDTA chelating fertilizer, nature is stable, high absorption and utilization rate, more used to supplement trace elements, the effect is much more than the General inorganic fertilizer, one of the professional products treatment of lack of trace elements. Has good water solubility, high safety, long duration, easy to be absorbed by plant,
It can prevent and control many physiological symptoms caused by deficiency, increase photosynthesis and chlorophyll content, promote biological nitrogen fixation, reduce crop disease incidence, enhance disease resistance and stress resistance, promote grain filling and grain plumpness, improve grain weight, improve quality and increase yield.
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