Foliar Zinc Plus
10% Versatile®-IDS Zinc 10%
2x2.5 Case ONLY
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FOLIAR ZINC PLUS 10% Versatile®-IDS Zinc 9%
Biostimulant new technology in a liquid zinc in combination, designed to treat or prevent zinc deficiencies for all field, row, vegetable, fruit, nut tree, vine, ornamental and turf crops. A must use turf lawn builder. Helps drastically for full nut fill in all nut crops.
VERSATILE®-IDS Zinc is a fully chelated micronutrient containing 9% zinc formulated with patented Baypure® IDS chelate.
VERSATILE-IDS Zinc is effective and safe for both soil and foliar applications, is stable across a wide range of soil or spray tank solution pH and will not degrade in the presence of buffer adjuvants.
VERSATILE-IDS Zinc is ortho and polyphosphate compatible and offers exceptional tank-mix compatibility with other fertilizers and pesticides.
VERSATILE-IDS Zinc is ideal for foliar, soil or irrigation system applications and will not foul low volume irrigation systems.
VERSATILE-IDS Zinc should be used as part of a comprehensive Total Nutrition System® for optimizing plant growth, development, yields and quality.
FOLI-GRO ZINC 10% is designed primarily for
foliar applications to prevent or correct zinc
deficiencies in a wide range of agronomic and
ornamental plants. Its use is suggested as a
supplement to a regular, balanced fertilizer
program to enhance yields and improve quality.
Application of FOLI-GRO ZINC 10% is a means of
obtaining a quick response to needed elements.
Foliar applications of FOLI-GRO ZINC 10% may
be particularly beneficial during periods of peak
nutrient demand, for crops grown on soils having
poor nutrient availability or to crops suffering from
a weakened root system.
Product Features and Benefits
• Complexed with lignosulfonate for safe,
effective foliar applications
• Water soluble, cost effective source of zinc
Function of Zinc in Plants
Zinc is a critical activator of many enzyme systems
and deficiency symptoms including poor fruit set,
reduced yields, shortened internodes, reduced
leaf size, and interveinal chlorosis. Responses to
zinc applications may include better fruit set and
retention, higher yields, normal stem length, and
full leaf expansion.