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Chelal FeMn

Chelal Fe/Mn


CE.jpgCOMPOUND INORGANIC MICRONUTRIENT FERTILISER, Micronutrient fertiliser in solution, 4,6 % Fe, 1,5 % Mn

CHELAL® Fe/Mn contains chelated iron and manganese which guarantees a swift and easy absorption of these elements by the leaf, followed by a quick internal transport to all plant parts. Through chelation, antagonistic effects that may occur between iron and manganese can be avoided. Thus, using CHELAL® Fe/Mn
enables rational and goal-directed intervening into plant nutrition.

For additional information concerning the specific functions of iron and/or manganese in plant physiology, susceptibilities to and related deficiency-symptoms caused by these elements, please consult our technical sheets: for iron: CHELAL® Fe, and for manganese: CHELAL® Mn

CHELAL® Fe/Mn is miscible with most pesticides and herbicides. Avoid mixing with oil-based products. It is advisable to conduct a miscibility test before application. In case of doubt, consult our technical service.

Do not exceed the maximum concentration of 1 % (= 1 L CHELAL® Fe/Mn in 100 L water). Maximum concentration in greenhouse: 0,5 % (= 500 cc in 100 L water). For foliar applications avoid high temperatures and bright sunshine. Treat preferably during early morning or late evening.

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