GOLDEN ZINC Foliar Fertilizer
Your plants will no longer get cold stress.
It contains the highest possible zinc content.
Zinc deficiency prevents product losses.
Fruit creates eye, encourages flower and leaf formation.
It prevents whipping and rosetteing on the leaves.
It provides resistance to bad weather conditions, helps to work at low temperature roots.
In particular, it prevents choking and rosetteing in pepper.
Many enzymes are required for proper functioning of the system.
In very calcareous soils, the organic matter is very rich and very poor soils appear in the soil.
At high pH values, Ca is combined with Ca.
The amount of calcium in the environment affects zinc uptake. Zinc is one of the essential elements for plant metabolism.
It is necessary for nucleic acid and protein synthesis.
Auxin is involved in the production of protein, carbohydrate, phosphate and RNA.
Zinc deficiency was found in most of the agricultural lands.
It causes yield loss in rice, wheat, corn and fruits in zinc deficiency.
When you see the following signs, apply GOLDEN ZINC.
Zinc deficiency in citrus fruits, the most common nutrient in citrus trees is zinc. Zinc deficiency, especially due to phosphorus excess, is very common in citrus fruits. If there are less than 25 ppm of Zn in the leaves, symptoms are seen. Symptoms manifest themselves as irregularly shaped, yellow spots around the green veins. Shrinked, narrowed and chlorose leaf forms are formed. In the shoots the knuckle spacing is very short. These images are more common in the south-facing directions of the trees. Fruits are thirsty and tasteless.
Typical symptoms of zinc deficiency in peach are narrowed, shrunken leaves and rosette formation. The reason for this measurement is that the lengths of the knuckles are considerably shorter. Leaf edges sometimes become wavy. The vein edges of the leaf surface remain green, and the veins form yellow mosaic spots. If the deficiency is not too severe, saree is formed as a mosaic. If the deficiency is not too severe only affects the leaves, the development of shoot continues normal. However, if the deficiency is severe, the development of the shoot stops completely. The number of fruit bud in the shoots decreases or disappears completely. Peach fruits, blacking in the fruit flesh is seen.
Cherry deficiency in cherry and cherry, trees, small leaves or rosette observed. Symptoms can be seen in newly developing parts. The nodes of the shoots shorten towards the tip of the shoot. Leaves dry and lose their normal shape, as if they were exposed to severe drought. Fruit attitude is affected. Fruits remain small and deformed. This deficiency can be caused by zinc deficiency in the soil, excessive phosphorus. PH. Is common in light soils that are high and easy to wash. For treatment, soil and leaf analysis should be done, according to the results of the analysis of the soil or leaves, zinc-containing fertilizer applications should be made.
In the case of zinc deficiency, young leaves have a light green color and a white and yellow colored stripes on both sides of the central vein. Especially in cold and humid weather this image becomes more obvious. Shortening of the nodes and the plant takes a dwarf-like appearance.
Cotton also takes an image of the plant dwarf scrub by shortening the gaps in the zinc deficiency. Chlorotic spots are first seen between the vessels in the mature leaves in the middle. Then the veins are also affected, the leaves cover the red spots. Leaves become thicker than normal. There are brown spots on young leaves that have matured. Smaller leaves are abnormally thick and crisp, and the edges are curled upwards. In the advanced circuits of the deficiency, the leaves become too small to form a rosette. Fruit behavior decreases and maturation is delayed.
In the case of zinc deficiency in tomato, the nodes in the plant were thinner and shortened to one-half or one-third of normal. So the plant looks stunted. The edges of old leaves are sometimes curled upwards and have an irregularly distributed, yellowish green stain. Chlorosized areas are subsequently formed by whitish coffee and coffee-colored necrotic lesions and quickly cover the entire leaf surface. The leaf dries and dies, it has an orange or gray appearance. Initially, a narrow strip around the veins remains in the green area. The middle leaves are small in size and dark green in color, their edges are slightly curved upwards. Leaf to the end of the leaf, the leaf is narrowed and curled. Leaves are thicker than normal and brittle. The main veins of the leaf sometimes curl down. Sometimes, the color of the veins on the lower surfaces of the leaves is violet violet coffee color. Leaf hairiness is increased and as a result, silvery gray green color. Fruits are small.