Molybdenum is an inorganic liquid formulation of molybdenum, designed for cost-effective correction of molybdenum deficiency in crops. Molybdenum is essential to the plant in small amounts for fixation of nitrogen by enzyme systems and for nitrate reduction.
Molybdenum deficiency affects a number of crops, but particularly cauliflowers and lettuce, giving rise to the characteristic whiptail symptom. Other members of the brassica family can also be affected. Deficiency is most likely to arise on acid soils.
- 60 g/l molybdenum (Mo). Soluble liquid.
- Soluble Liquid
- RATES OF USE
- Apply 0.5-2.0 l/ha in at least 200 litres of water
- Apply as soon as there is sufficient foliage available to allow uptake by the plant. Treat transplanted crops at the seedling stage. Headland recommends that soil and tissue analysis results are used whenever possible to guide micro and macronutrient applications to optimise crop nutrient status.
Do not apply this product in very bright sunlight or in temperatures above 25°C. If possible, spray in the evening or early morning for best results.
- Headland Molybdenum is an inorganic liquid formulation of molybdenum (as sodium molybdate), formulated with buffering agents and a modern surfactant system to ensure stability and effective cover and adhesion to foliage, designed for cost-effective correction of molybdenum deficiency in crops.
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|Molybdenum||prochloraz + carbendazim||-||-||-|
|Molybdenum||Boron 15%||Judo||prochloraz + carbendazim||-|