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Chelal AZ

Chelal AZ


EC FERTILISER: Mixture of micro-nutrients (molybdenum (Mo), zinc (Zn)).

CHELAL® AZ is a mixture of chelated zinc containing 17.5 % (= 205 g/L) of marine plant extract (Ascophyllum nodosum) as well. In addition, CHELAL® AZ contains molybdenum in a unique formulation that ensures maximum availability of this micro-nutrient to the plant.

CHELAL® AZ is miscible with most pesticides and herbicides. Avoid mixing with oilbased products. It is advisable to conduct a miscibility test before application. In case of doubt, consult our technical service.

Use CHELAL® AZ in foliar application throughout the entire growing season.
Use CHELAL® AZ as a supplement to a well-balanced crop management program designed to maximize quality crop production. To achieve desired results, availability of all essential nutrients (major, secondary and trace-elements) must be adequate. We recommend using CHELAL® AZ with other foliar fertilisers from BMS Micro-Nutrients NV to obtain complete plant nutrition. The high level of marine plant actract in CHELAL® AZ makes this product ideal for early season applications, if desired combined to CHELAL® B to stimulate cell division, KAPPA V to enhance photosynthesis or CHELAL® OMNICAL to optimise calcium incorporation into the fruit.

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