SeQuence® Zinc [Zn - 12%]


Sequence® Zinc – Zn12% EDTA

Chemical Name: EDTA ─ ZnNa2•2H2O

Molecular formula: C10H12N2O8ZnNa2 . 2H2O

Specification-

Chelated Zn

15±0.5%

PH (1% water solution)

6.0-7.0

Solubility in water

100%

Appearance

White colored micro granular


Information

Sequence®  Zinc is the product, which is used to recover or to prevent the major micronutrient deficiencies in all field and horticultural crops. This is a free flowering micro granular with 12% Zinc. In this product the Zinc is chelated by a chelating agent EDTA (Ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid).The product is recommended for foliar application as well as for soil application.

Deficiency symptoms

Chlorosis : Yellowing of leaves, often interveinal in some species young leaves are the most affected but other crops/ plants both old & new leaves are chlorotic.

Necrotic Spots : Death pf leaf tissue on areas of chlorosis strunted growth and new leaves remain small create white patches developed on leaves.

Browning of Leaves : Chlorotic are as many turn bronze colored & due to zinc deficiency in plant poor root growth is observed.

Benefits

  • The function of Sequence® Zinc is to helps the plant produce chlorophyll & increase the process of photosynthesis.
  • Involved in plant carbon metabolism formation of auxin which helps with growth regulation and stem elongation.
  • Zinc necessary component of several enzyme system that regulate metabolic activities in plants.
  • Zinc stimulates the synthesis of tryptophan and indol acetic acid.
  • Zinc is the part of an enzyme that regulates the equilibrium among carbon-dioxide water and cabonic acid.
  • Zinc is the part of enzyme that plays a role in metabolism. Improve uptake of other fertilizers.

Dosage

Foliar application of 1g/Ltr. of water.

Drip Application 500g to 1kg / Acre at a time.

Note:

  1. Spraying of Sequence® Zinc should be based on symptom of Soil/ leaf / plant part analysis.
  2. The number of sprays may increase or decrease according to the severity of micronutrient deficiency.
  3. Spraying should be carried on day coolest time in the morning or evening.

Sequence® Zinc – Zn12% EDTA

Chemical Name: EDTA ─ ZnNa2•2H2O

Molecular formula: C10H12N2O8ZnNa2 . 2H2O

Specification-

Chelated Zn

15±0.5%

PH (1% water solution)

6.0-7.0

Solubility in water

100%

Appearance

White colored micro granular


Information

Sequence®  Zinc is the product, which is used to recover or to prevent the major micronutrient deficiencies in all field and horticultural crops. This is a free flowering micro granular with 12% Zinc. In this product the Zinc is chelated by a chelating agent EDTA (Ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid).The product is recommended for foliar application as well as for soil application.

Deficiency symptoms

Chlorosis : Yellowing of leaves, often interveinal in some species young leaves are the most affected but other crops/ plants both old & new leaves are chlorotic.

Necrotic Spots : Death pf leaf tissue on areas of chlorosis strunted growth and new leaves remain small create white patches developed on leaves.

Browning of Leaves : Chlorotic are as many turn bronze colored & due to zinc deficiency in plant poor root growth is observed.

Benefits

  • The function of Sequence® Zinc is to helps the plant produce chlorophyll & increase the process of photosynthesis.
  • Involved in plant carbon metabolism formation of auxin which helps with growth regulation and stem elongation.
  • Zinc necessary component of several enzyme system that regulate metabolic activities in plants.
  • Zinc stimulates the synthesis of tryptophan and indol acetic acid.
  • Zinc is the part of an enzyme that regulates the equilibrium among carbon-dioxide water and cabonic acid.
  • Zinc is the part of enzyme that plays a role in metabolism. Improve uptake of other fertilizers.

Dosage

Foliar application of 1g/Ltr. of water.

Drip Application 500g to 1kg / Acre at a time.

Note:

  1. Spraying of Sequence® Zinc should be based on symptom of Soil/ leaf / plant part analysis.
  2. The number of sprays may increase or decrease according to the severity of micronutrient deficiency.
  3. Spraying should be carried on day coolest time in the morning or evening.
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