The Role of Nitrogen
Nitrogen is the major building block in protein and chlorophyll. It is also essential for lipid and cytoplasm formation. Highly mobile in the plant, it is translocated and utilised in the growing tips. Nitrogen is vital to plant growth but can be a limiting factor in uptake of other nutrients.
Nitrogen is often leached from the soil therefore regular application in low doses will ensure efficient uptake without excessive losses.
The Role of Iron
Plants need iron to produce chlorophyll and Iron is also required to activate several enzymes, particularly those involved in photosynthesis and respiration, and chlorophyll production. 12 Iron Ions are required to complete Photosynthesis, thus making it a vital part of plant respiration.
Greens: 200-500ml per 100 square metres or as advised
Fairways: 20-50 litres per 100 hectares or as advised
20-50 litres per hectare or as advised
1:20 or as advised
Major Elements w/v%
Store in a cool place away from sunlight. Stir well before use.