Micro Nutrients Fertilizer Special quality Water Soluble Fertilizer at DPCI

There are mainly six types of Micro Nutrients available
1) Calcium nitrate
2) Copper Sulphate
3) Magnesium Sulphate Mono
4) Manganese Sulphate
5) Magnesium Nitrate
6) Zinc Sulphate

Calcium Nitrate

Calcium nitrate is Water Soluble Micronutrient Fertilizer. It's generally use as fertilizer.

It is also use in waste water treatment for Calcium nitrate is used in waste water for odour emission prevention and set accelerating concrete admixtures.

Copper Sulphate

Copper sulphate is a very versatile chemical with an extensive range of uses in the feed industry and agriculture. Copper sulphate is a fungicide used to control bacterial and fungal diseases of fruit, vegetable, nut and field crops.

These diseases include mildew, leaf spots, blights and apple scab. It is used as a protective fungicide (bordeaux mixture) for leaf application and seed treatment.

Magnesium Sulphate Mono

Magnesium Sulphate Mono is Water Soluble Micronutrient Fertilizer. Releases magnesium quickly for fast green up. Where nitrogen level is to be controlled and magnesium is to supplied.

Manganese Sulphate

Manganese, supplied as manganese sulphate, is used to alleviate Mn deficiencies which are most common in Northland & on the West Coast of the South Island & in peat soils. Manganese sulphate is also applied to soils or as a foliar application for cereal production where a history of Mn deficiency exists. If applied as a foliar, ensure Manganese Sulphate Soluble is requested

Magnesium Nitrate

Magnesium Nitrate is Water Soluble Micronutrient Fertilizer. Magnesium is a major component of chlorophyll, which is essential for this metabolic process. Magnesium Nitrate is a component which helps in suppling magnesium for chlorophyll generation and nitrate nitrogen where urea nitrogen is to be controlled.

Zinc Sulphate

Zinc Sulphate is Water Soluble Micronutrient Fertilizer. Zinc Sulphate is available in 2 grades Zinc Sulphate Heptahydrate contributing 21 % zinc and sulphur 11 % and Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate contributing 35 % zinc and sulphur 17 %. It take part in the making of chlorophyll, auxin & growthhormones.

Zinc deficiency can be detected by the weakness of the apex of leaves, strange leaf lengthening and shortening of internodes, leaf vein chlorosis and delay of the plant growth.