BRANDT® Manni-Plex® Mn-Zn
BRANDT® Manni-Plex® Mn-Zn is a patented foliar supplement that provides highly mobile and available zinc and manganese at the growing points.
It is an excellent excellent tool to prevent and correct deficiencies and improve overall plant health.
The application of Manni-Plex® Mn-Zn during the growing season helps to ensure that manganese and zinc ensure that manganese and zinc levels are adequate.
- Applications and use
- Nutritional Composition
- Improves chlorophyll assimilation and consequently increases photosynthesis.
- Improves plant respiration.
- Increases nitrogen assimilation.
- Intervenes in pollen germination and pollen tube growth.
- Intervenes in cell elongation in the root.
- Increases resistance to pathogens.
- Prevents and cures zinc deficiencies and its physiopathies.
- Stimulates vegetative growth and new shoots.
- Increases productivity of tree, herbaceous, horticultural and industrial crops.
Applications and use
Full-field crops, row crops, horticultural crops and grapevines
Use 2.5 to 5 liters per hectare of BRANDT ® Manni-Plex® Mn-Zn nutritional supplement BRANDT ® Manni-Plex® Mn-Zn nutritional supplement per hectare per application throughout the growing season.
It is recommended to make at least 3 applications.
In addition, more frequent applications at 3.5 liters per hectare may be necessary to correct possible deficiencies once they occur.
For pre-sowing applications, use doses of 10 to 20 liters per hectare.
Use 2.5 to 5 liters of manganese and zinc supplement per 1000 liters of water.
Cover the foliage thoroughly to the point of runoff.
Optimum application rate will vary depending on soil properties (such as pH, organic matter content, texture); climatic conditions, time of year, general crop health and crop species.
For best results, perform soil or foliar analysis.
Total Nitrogen (N): 5.0 %
- Nitrogen Nitric: 3.5 %
- Ureic Nitrogen: 1.5 %
Manganese (Mn): 2.5% Water-soluble manganese
Zinc (Zn): 3,5 % Water-soluble zinc
Boron (B), Copper (Cu), Manganese (Mn), Nitrogen (N), Zinc (Zn)