Zinc is required for chlorophyll and carbohydrate production. Zinc shortage will result in shortened internodes, stunted plant/leaf development, and reduced seed setting. Zinc sulphate granular is derived from zinc sulfate monohydrate and are ideal for compost and direct field application.
Zinc is required for chlorophyll and carbohydrate production. Zinc shortage will result in shortened internodes, stunted plant/leaf development, and reduced seed setting. Fertilizer additive zinc sulphate granular is derived from zinc sulfate monohydrate and are ideal for compost and direct field application.
An initial quantity of zinc sulfate is provided for immediate use by the plant.
Optimum water solubility provides excellent plant availability and compatibility with most fertilizer mixes.
Zinc sulfate granular is used as a trace element fertilizer to prevent zinc deficiency in crops and increase crop yield.
Granular zinc sulfate can be used as a feed additive with Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate to supplement trace elements, prevent some diseases caused by zinc deficiency, and prevent premature death. It also increases appetite and controls blood and bone disorders.
In the industrial field, zinc sulfate from Dynamic Bio-tech is used as a coagulant for man-made fibers and as a mordant in the printing and dyeing industry.
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|Product Name: Zinc Sulphate Granular||Molecular Formula：ZnSO4·H2O|
|≥ Assay (Zn), % min||21|
|≤ Cd(as Cd) max||10ppm|
|≤ Arsenic(asAs) max||5ppm|
|≤ Lead (as Pb) max||10ppm|
|Particle size (mm)||2-4MM|
|Conclusion: This product conforms to requirements of GB/T25865-2010|
How is zinc sulfate applied to plants?
Zinc Sulfate Granules is a dry conditioner that can be applied directly to soil. Zinc sulphate granular fertilizer can be mixed with other dry conditioners such as humates and other dry fertilizers. The rate of application depends on the results of the soil analysis. 35.5% zinc sulfate can also be dissolved and added to the foliar solution.
Corn, beans, citrus, deciduous fruit trees, flax, grapes, hops, onions, pecans and pine are very sensitive to zinc deficiency.
Mildly sensitive crops are alfalfa, clover, cotton, potatoes, sorghum, sugar beets, soybeans and tomatoes. Crops remove zinc from soil every year, which requires regular monitoring of zinc levels in soil and crop tissue to ensure adequate levels.
Special attention should be paid to zinc levels in high pH alkaline soils, calcareous acid soils, and soils containing natural free lime, as these soils are often deficient in zinc. High soil phosphorus levels can also induce zinc deficiency by interfering with zinc transport within plants.
Is Zinc Sulfate Good for Plants?
Zinc sulphate granular for plants helps prevent low yields, leaf spotting and stunted growth. Can also be used as a natural fungicide. The use of zinc sulfate reduces costs, and it is water-soluble for rapid distribution into the soil.