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Micronutrient Fertilizers

Enhance your crops’ health and productivity with our tailored Micronutrient Fertilizers, designed for precise, efficient nutrient delivery.

Types of Micronutrient Fertilizers

Micronutrient fertilizers are specialized products that supply essential trace elements to crops for optimal growth and health.

Granular Micronutrient Fertilizers
Solid, dry fertilizers that slowly release nutrients into the soil, suitable for broad application or localized placement.
Liquid Micronutrient Fertilizers
Concentrated solutions or suspensions that allow for rapid absorption by plants, ideal for foliar application or drip irrigation systems.
Chelated Micronutrient Fertilizers
Micronutrients bound to chelating agents that prevent them from reacting with other elements in the soil, enhancing their availability to plants.
Powdered Micronutrient Fertilizers
Fine, dry formulations that can be dissolved in water for spray applications or incorporated into the soil, offering flexibility in application methods.
Foliar Sprays
Specifically designed for application directly to plant leaves, providing quick correction of nutrient deficiencies.
Micronutrient Blends
Customized mixtures of several micronutrients tailored to meet the specific needs of different crops and soil types.

Benefits of Micronutrient Fertilizers

Micronutrient fertilizers boost plant health, yield, and quality while preventing deficiencies and enhancing stress tolerance.

Improved Plant Health
Increased Crop Yield
Prevention of Deficiencies
Benefits of Micronutrients Fertilizers For Plant
Stress Tolerance
Optimized Photosynthesis
Better Crop Quality

How To Apply Micronutrient Fertilizers

Soil Test Apply Micronutrients Fertilizers

Soil Application

Apply based on soil test results to address specific deficiencies. Incorporate into the soil before planting.

Foliar Application Apply Micronutrients Fertilizers

Foliar Application

Use automatic systems to precisely mix fertilizers based on specific production formulas.

Macronutrients Blend Apply Micronutrients Fertilizers

Chelated Formulations

Ensure nutrient uniformity by blending fertilizers with advanced mixing equipment effectively.

Chelated Formulations Apply Micronutrients Fertilizers

Macronutrients Blend

Utilize automatic machines for quick, efficient packing of BB fertilizer, enhancing workflow.

What is the application rate for micronutrients

The application rate for micronutrients generally ranges from less than 1 to 10 pounds per acre, depending on the specific nutrient, crop needs, and soil conditions.

MicronutrientRecommended Rates (lb/acre)Notes
Boron 0.5 - 2Careful application due to narrow margin between deficiency and toxicity.
Copper3 - 10Monitor soil to prevent toxic accumulations.
Iron Foliar spray: 3 to 4% FeSO₄ solution at 20 to 40 gallons/acreMay require multiple applications; Include sticker-spreader for improved adherence.
Manganese 2 - 20No residual effects, annual applications needed.
Molybdenum Very low, uniform application criticalRare deficiencies, critical for nitrogen fixation.
Zinc1 - 10Significant residual effects; soil test monitoring advised.

Related Micronutrient Fertilizers

Enhance plant growth, health, and yield with our key Micronutrient Fertilizers: Calcium Nitrate with Boron, Zinc Sulphate, and Magnesium Sulphate.

FAQs About Compound Fertilizer

What is the difference between compound and mixture fertilizer?

Compound fertilizers contain multiple nutrients chemically bound together in fixed ratios, ensuring uniform nutrient distribution in each granule. Mixture fertilizers, on the other hand, are physical blends of single-nutrient fertilizers, potentially leading to uneven nutrient distribution.

What is an example of compound fertilizer?

An example of a compound fertilizer is NPK 15-15-15, which contains equal parts of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, providing a balanced nutrient supply to plants.

Which compound is used as a fertiliser?

Ammonium nitrate (NH4NO3) is a widely used compound in fertilizers for its high nitrogen content, essential for plant growth and green leafy development.

What is an NPK compound fertilizer?

NPK compound fertilizer is a type of fertilizer that contains the primary nutrients nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) in specific ratios to meet the nutritional needs of plants for growth, root development, and resistance to environmental stress.

What is composite fertilizer?

Composite fertilizer is another term often used interchangeably with compound fertilizer, referring to a fertilizer composed of multiple essential nutrients chemically combined in fixed ratios to provide balanced nutrition to plants.

Is NPK a compound?

Yes, NPK is considered a compound fertilizer because it chemically combines nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in specific ratios, providing a comprehensive nutrient solution for plant growth and development.