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Micro Nutrient Division

Micronutrients play a major role in plant metabolic activities like chlorophyll synthesis, photosynthesis, synthesis of enzymes & hormones, cell division and other physiological functions. Just like the major nutrients i.e., Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium, micronutrients are very important in plant nutrition. Plants grown on micronutrient deficient soils can exhibit similar reduction in plant growth and yields just like plants grown on major nutrient deficient soils.

To realize higher yields with good quality of the crop produce, 16 essential nutrients have to be supplied during their growth period. Micronutrients like Zinc, Iron, Manganese, Copper, Molybdenum & Boron could be made available to the plants either by soil application or by foliar sprays. Main micronutrients Zinc (Zn) Copper (Cu), Chloride (CL), Iron (Fe), and Molybdenum (Mn) which plants need in minute quantities, nevertheless these are very important. We have our own fleet of about 150 vehicles, which address all our transportation requirements, be it transporting products / material to our own godowns / units or to deliver the products to the farmers at their doorsteps.
BORON
  • Helps in the use of nutrients and regulates other nutrients.
  • Aids production of sugar and carbohydrates.
  • Essential for seed and fruit development.
COPPER
  • Important for reproductive growth
  • Aids in root metabolism and helps in the utilization of proteins
CHLORIDE
  • Aids plant metabolism
  • Chloride is found in the soil
IRON
  • Essential for formation of chlorophyll
  • Source of iron are soil , iron sulphate , iron chelate.
MANGANESE
  • Function with enzyme system involved in break down of carbohydrates and nitrogen metabolism
  • Soil is the source of manganese
MOLYBDENUM
  • Helps in the use of Nitrogen.
  • Soil is the source of molybdenum
ZINC
  • Essential for the transformation of carbohydrates.
  • Regulate consumption of sugars.
  • Part of enzyme system which regulates plant growth .
  • Sources of zinc are soil , zinc oxide, zinc sulphate , zinc chelate