Chelated Zinc EDTA Fertilizer

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Weight: 1 Pound

Unlock the full potential of your crops with Chelated Zinc EDTA Fertilizer, a premium-grade solution meticulously formulated to bolster plant health and promote vigorous growth. Engineered with precision, this fertilizer combines the essential micronutrient zinc with the power of EDTA chelation, ensuring maximum absorption and utilization by plants.

Zinc, a critical micronutrient, plays a pivotal role in various physiological processes within plants, including enzyme activation, protein synthesis, and hormone regulation. However, its availability in the soil can often be limited, leading to deficiencies that impede growth and yield. Chelation with EDTA addresses this challenge by enhancing the stability and solubility of zinc, making it more accessible to plants throughout their growth cycle.

Chelated Zinc EDTA Fertilizer Key Benefits:

Enhanced Nutrient Uptake: The chelation process facilitates the efficient uptake of zinc by plant roots, ensuring optimal nutrient absorption and utilization.

Improved Plant Health: Adequate zinc levels are essential for maintaining robust plant health, enhancing resistance to stressors such as disease, drought, and adverse environmental conditions.

Promotion of Growth and Development: By stimulating enzyme activity and aiding in the synthesis of growth hormones, chelated zinc EDTA fertilizer promotes vigorous root development, foliage growth, and overall plant vigor.

Increased Yield and Quality: Plants supplied with sufficient zinc exhibit improved flowering, fruit set, and grain development, translating into higher yields and enhanced crop quality.

Compatibility and Versatility: Chelated Zinc EDTA Fertilizer is compatible with a wide range of soil types and can be applied through various methods, including foliar spraying, fertigation, hydroponics, and soil drenching, offering flexibility in application.

Environmental Sustainability: Formulated with environmentally friendly components, this fertilizer minimizes the risk of nutrient leaching and runoff, supporting sustainable agricultural practices.

Whether you're cultivating fruits, vegetables, grains, or ornamental crops, Chelated Zinc EDTA Fertilizer provides the essential micronutrient support your plants need for optimal growth, yield, and resilience. Elevate your agricultural practices and unlock the full potential of your crops with this advanced nutrient solution.


Application Rate:

Soil Application: Greenway Biotech, Inc. Chelated Zinc EDTA is recommended for use on all types of soil. To ensure uniform coverage, this product should be dissolved in water or fluid fertilizer, or dry blended with water soluble fertilizers. For trees or individual plants, the chelate may be blended with an inert (such as soil or sand) or sprinkled directly on the soil uniformly under the plant’s drip line, then watered in. Soil applications may also be made by dissolving in water and then mixing or metering into drip, sprinkler or furrow irrigation systems.

Vegetable Crops (including beans, peas, potatoes, sweet corn, tomatoes): 4 to 12 lb per acre or 2-5 ounces per 1000 sq.ft.

Field Crops (including corn, dry beans, sorghum, sugar beets, sugarcane): 4 to 12 lb per acre or 2-5 ounces per 1000 sq.ft.

Tree And Vine Crops (including almond, apple, apricot, avocado, berry, cherry, citrus, grape, mango, olive, pear, peach, pistachio, plum, walnut): 4 to 15 lb per acre (2-6 ounces per 1000 sq.ft.) or 1//2 to 2 ounces per inch of tree diameter

Ornamental Shrubs And Trees (including azaleas, gardenias, junipers, pines, roses): 2 tbsp for small shrubs and up to 2 tbsp per inch of tree diameter for large trees and shrubs.

Turf (for professional use only): 1/2 lb per 1,000 sq ft or 22 lb per acre.

The rates given above are based on broadcast application. If broadcast rates are used for spot or banded applications, phytotoxicity may result.

Foliar Application: Greenway Biotech, Inc. Chelated Zinc EDTA may be applied in water or in combination with most pesticides. After the correct dilution has been made, the spray solution should be buffered to pH 6-6.5. Thorough coverage and the use of wetting agents often enhance nutrient uptake from foliar sprays. Application rates and dilution factors depend on crop sensitivity, the amount of foliage to be sprayed and the application method. Avoid applying this product when plants are suffering from moisture stress. If there is any doubt, apply the spray solution to a small test area of the crop or foliage to assess any undesirable effects or phytotoxicity before general application.

Trees (citrus): Apply 1 to 2 lb per 100 gal of cover spray any time except during bloom.

Tree & Vine Crops (excluding citrus): Apply 1 to 2 lb per acre in sufficient spray volume for thorough coverage (25 gal minimum) at dormant/delayed dormant before bloom, then after full bloom at 2 to 3 week intervals as needed. NOTE: For deciduous crops when fruit is present, apply 1 lb. per acre in 50-100 gal of water.

Vegetable & Field Crops (ground equipment): Apply 1/3 to 1-1/3 lb per acre in sufficient spray volume for thorough coverage (25 gal minimum). 

Turf (for professional use only): Apply 1-4 oz per 1,000 sq ft in sufficient spray volume for thorough coverage. With growth regulators, apply 1-3 oz per 1,000 sq ft.

Do not apply near water, storm drains, or drainage ditches. Do not apply if heavy rain is expected. Apply this product only to your lawn/garden, and sweep any product that lands on the driveway, sidewalk, or street, back onto your lawn/garden. Check with your local Cooperative Extension Agency to obtain specific information on local turf best management practices.

Aerial Application: Apply 1/3 lb of Greenway Biotech, Inc. Chelated Zinc EDTA per acre in at least 10 gal of water. For application timing and frequency, refer to appropriate foliar application recommendation.


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