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EDTA Chelated MicroNutrient | Zinc 12%

Product Specs :

Formulation : White Microgranular
Zinc content (as Zn EDTA) : > 12%
Pb content : < 0.003%
pH (1% soln) : 6.0 to 7.0
Matter insoluble in water : < 0.1%

* We also offer Zn-10% for Bangaldesh and Zn-15% for other countries

Product Dosage :

Foliar Application: For field crops, it is suggested to use 200 litrs of final solution of MetaClaw™ Zn for spraying per acre.

All fruit crops: 1.5 – 2.0 gm/Ltr water
Vegetables: 1.0 – 1.5 gm/Ltr water
Pulses: 1.0 – 1.5 gm/Ltr water
Cotton/ Soyabean: 1.5 – 2.0 gm/Ltr water
Floricultural crops: 1.0 – 2.0 gm/Ltr water

Soil application: Mix 500 gms of MetaClaw™ Zn with sufficient quantity of soil or sand to cover 1 acre and broadcast the mixture in the field. Soil application should be suitably done at the time of seed sowing or transplanting.

Via Drip Irrigation: MetaClaw™ Zn can be applied at 500 gms per acre.

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