Zinc


Zinc is a buffered liquid formulation of zinc sulphate designed for cost-effective correction of zinc deficiency in crops.
Maize, Potatoes, top fruit, Hops, Linseed, Barley and Beans are particularly sensitive to zinc levels. Sandy soils, high pH soils and soils with high phosphate level can limit the availability of zinc. Low temperature and wet conditions also limit the uptake of zinc.


CONTENTS
150 g/l zinc (Zn).
FORM
Soluble liquid.
RATES OF USE
Apply 1.0 l/ha in at least 200 litres of water. Repeat if deficiency is severe.
FORMULATION
Zinc is formulated with buffering agents and a modern surfactant system to ensure stability and effective cover and adhesion to foliage.
RATES OF USE AND TIMING
Marginal deficiency:
Apply 2.0 l/ha in at least 200 litres of water
Moderate deficiency:
Apply 4.0 l/ha in at least 200 litres of water
Severe deficiency:
Apply 4.0 l/ha in at least 200 litres of water and repeat as necessary during the growing season.
Spray whenever a zinc deficiency is observed (or expected) or as a routine maintenance treatment. Applications may commence at the 3 leaf stage or as soon as there is sufficient foliage present to absorb the spray. Full recommendations for specific crops are available from your supplier or from Headland Agrochemicals.
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.


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Zinc Carnival - - -  
Zinc cymoxanil + mancozeb - - -  
Zinc cyproconazole - - -  
Zinc diflufenican + isoproturon - - - Add pesticide to the tank first
Zinc Invader - - -  
Zinc fenpropidin - - -  
Zinc fluazinam - - -  
Zinc Dagger - - -  
Zinc mancozeb - - -  
Zinc Tanos - - -  
Zinc Boron 15% - - -  
Zinc Copper - - -  
Zinc Lion - - -  
Zinc magnesium - - -  
Zinc Mn 15% - - -  
Zinc Molybdenum - - -  
Zinc Prince/Super 80 - - -  
Zinc Seamac PCT - - -  
Zinc Sulphur - - -  
Zinc Vertex - - -  
Zinc Vertex Hi-N 34 - - -  
Zinc Boron 15% Foliar phosphate - -  
Zinc Boron 15% Copper Manganese 15% -  
Zinc Boron 15% magnesium - -  
Zinc Copper Manganese 15% fenpropidin -  
Zinc Manganese 15% cyproconazole - -  
Zinc Tanos Dithane - -  
Zinc Tanos Electis - -  
Zinc Tanos Ranman - -  
Zinc Tanos Shirlan / Tizca - -  
Zinc Optica - - -  
Zinc Phoenix - - - Compatible with agitation
Zinc KudoS Copper Super 80 Axial KudoS @ 4 l/ha, Zinc 150 @ 2 l/ha, Super 80 @ 2.5 l/ha, Axial @ 0.6 l/ha
Zinc Hi-Phos - - - Tested with 2l/ha of Zinc
Zinc Rubric - - - Sedimentation but it goes upon agitation. Considered compatible.
Zinc Boron 15% Sanction 25 - - Compatible under constant agitation (dynamic test). Incompatible at 100 and 200l/ha
Zinc Boron 15% Proline 275 - - Compatible under constant agitation (dynamic test). Incompatible at 100 and 200l/ha
Zinc Axial - - -  
Zinc Entail - - -  
Zinc KudoS - - -  
Zinc Proline 275 Boron 150 - -  
Zinc Proline 275 Boron 15 - -  
Zinc Sanction Boron 150 - -  
Zinc Sanction Boron 15 - -  
Zinc Optimus - - - Zinc tested at 2l/ha
Zinc Maister WG Mero - - Tested in mix order Maister WG + Mero + Zinc