WHAT IS FERROUS CHLOROSIS?
Ferric chlorosis is a characteristic yellowness produced by a lack of iron in plants. Iron is of great importance in the formation of chlorophyll, although it is not part of the molecule. For this reason, the lack of iron leads to a yellowing of the plant.
• High pH (calcareous soils) The solubility of iron (Fe) decreases drastically as the pH of the soil increases.
• Lack of iron in the soil (rare)
• Inactivity of the root system due to asphyxia caused by ponding or compaction.
• Acute drought.
• Antagonism or interference of other elements (phosphorus and manganese)
• High level of bicarbonate achieved by high soil moisture and cold temperatures.
WHY IS CHLOROVER 800 THE BEST SOLUTION TO FERROUS CHLOROSIS?
• Molecule of great purity and activity
• Maximum proportion of totally chelated iron
• Stable and effective molecule up to pH 12
• Greater mobility in the soil than other chelates, which allows a better diffusion of the product and thus reach the majority of roots in the plant
• Excellent formulation in liquid form
• Absence of insoluble particles, which guarantees trouble-free application in drip irrigation
|Iron (Fe) water soluble
|Soluble in water and chelated with Citric Acid in the form of Ferric Ammonium Salt