MODE OF ACTION
Natural Ionized Minerals and Colloidal Protein successfully combined with a biopolymer. This blend has been delicately handled to ensure the full benefit of a boost to metabolism of high performance ruminants, poultry, fish, prawn, agricultural crops etc, in a safe naturally occurring manner. This product is totally bio-assimable as a whole without break up and will also improve the performance of the microflora.
- Absorbed and metabolized more efficiently.
- Absorbed by different routes than inorganic minerals.
- Absorbed by the amino acid transport system.
- Delivered in a form similar to that found in the plant body
- Increases passive absorption by increasing water and lipid solubility of the mineral nutrient.
- Movement through cell membranes.
- Stable at even low pH
- 100% bioavailable
- Good for foliar spray and drip feeding
- Builds critical levels of many trace elements
- Cost effective
- Easy to Administer
- HELPFUL IN THE CASES OF malabsorption conditionS
- Increases levels for energy, water and nutrient holding capacity
- Increases the ability of THE CROPS to resist pest and disease attack
- Improved PLANT Health
- reduces input costs through efficiency
- Meets the demands of modern plant geno types with higher requirements
- Mostuseful in stress conditions
- promotes availability of both Minerals and Proteins as nutrients to the crops
Of the 17 essential elements recognized by scientists for plant growth, nine are considered macronutrients and eight micronutrients (minor or trace elements). The macronutrients, those required in large quantities and expressed as percent (%) in plant tissue, include carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sulfur. The micronutrients, required in very small amounts and expressed as parts per million (ppm) in plant tissue, are iron, boron, manganese, copper, zinc, molybdenum, nickel, and chlorine. Other elements discussed in plant nutrition literature and required by some but not all plants include cobalt, vanadium, sodium, and silicon.
Soils in the desert tend to have quite a high pH, 8.5 or higher, which inhibits normal plant growth. Soils in areas that receive much rain are usually quite acidic. Iron, manganese and zinc are three essential elements that become inaccessible above pH 7.8, hencedeficiency of one of these minerals is common in the desert.