Iron deficiency typically first appears as interveinal chlorosis of younger leaves due to its immobile nature in plants, and as the severity of the deficiency increases, chlorosis spreads to older leaves. Severe deficiencies may progressively affect the entire plant turning the leaves from yellow to bleached-white with necrosis. Necrotic leaves will fall prematurely, growth stops and the yield will be affected. The iron deficiency might be overshadowed by another nutrient deficiency or nutrient imbalance. Disease, insect infestation or herbicide damage can be incorrectly diagnosed as iron deficiency
- 54 g/l Iron (Fe).
- Soluble liquid.
- RATES OF USE
- Suitable for use in fertigation systems and for soil application.
Suitable for alkaline soils with high calcium content.
Stable in a wide range of pH (from 3 to 11).
Suitable for foliar applications.
- Unique, easy to use liquid formulation of chelated iron, based on EDDHA.
- Direct soil application:
Fruit trees (apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, etc.): 50 - 100 ml/tree divided into 2 applications starting from spring.
Apply 3 - 5 ml/young trees and 15 - 30 ml/productive trees. Open field and greenhouse vegetables (tomato, cucumber, eggplants, melon, water melon, etc.): 2 - 3 ml/m2 (total dose); split the total dose into several applications throughout the season.
Apply 3 - 4 ml/m2 (total dose); the applications start after transplanting, and then repeat on regular basis throughout the cycle.
A Apply 2 - 5 ml/m2 (total dose); split the total dose into several applications throughout the cycle NB: Ensure a minimum of 14 days between applications. NB: The doses depend on the size of the crops and the degree of deficiency.
Periodically add a dose of 1 l/ha in 10,000 litres of water; the frequency of application depends on the deficiency. Total dose may vary from 15 - 25 l/ha.
Irrigate with a solution containing 20 ml of Ferasi in 1,000 litres of water.
Standard rate for most crops: Apply at 1 - 4 l/ha, or as needed for the required amount of iron. Apply in a minimum of 200 litres water per hectare.
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