Supa Zinc.

Supa Zinc.

Category : Others

Product Group : Plant Nutrition

Water soluble zinc (Zn): 5.5

EDTA chelated zinc (Zn): 5.5 (Zinc is chelated with 100% EDTA.)
The pH range in which the chelate is stable: 7 – 7.5
Packaging: 17 lt, 60 lt

Miscibility: It can be mixed by making a preliminary trial. It can be mixed with many pesticides.

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Description

Specifications

It is a 0 EDTA chelated liquid solution made to eliminate and prevent zinc deficiency. It is applied to the plant through the leaf. In plants that do not get enough zinc, leaves do not grow, remain small and weak. Rosettes are formed on fruit trees. Yellowing is observed on young leaves.

Method of Application

Shake the package thoroughly before use. Pour the recommended dose of Supa Zinc into the tank filled with 2/3 of water. Avoid application in dry, high humidity, frost and rain conditions.

Greenhouse Use: It is used with 100 l water at a dose of 100 ml per decare. General recommendations given in the table are followed for the application time

Detailed Table Information

Product Name Plant Name Advices
Supa Zinc. Olive 100 ml of Supa Zinc is mixed into 100 l water and applied after the flower buds are separated (before flowering) and after harvest (before the leaves fall off).
Supa Zinc. Peanut It is applied at a dose of 250 ml per decare, in the early development period after emergence or when sufficient leaf surface is formed in the plant.
Supa Zinc. Citrus By mixing 150-200 ml of Supa Zinc in 100 l water, it is applied at the time of spring and autumn shoots.
Supa Zinc. Sugarbeet It is used at a dose of 100 ml per decare, in the period of 4-6 leaves. (in the field)
Supa Zinc. Peach Mixing 150 ml of Supa Zinc into 100 l water is used before blooming when the buds wake up and during the pink eye period. Zinc accumulation in the spring’s eyes is guaranteed with the application to be made after the fruit harvest before the leaves fall, as in the case with soft seeds.
Supa Zinc. Soy It is applied at a dose of 100 ml per decare, in the early development period after emergence or when sufficient leaf surface is formed in the plant.
Supa Zinc. Sorghum It is used at a dosage of 100 ml per decare, in the 3-8 leaf stage.
Supa Zinc. Hard Cores Mixing 150 ml of Supa Zinc into 100 l water is used before blooming when the buds wake up and during the pink eye period. Zinc accumulation in the spring’s eyes is guaranteed with the application to be made after the fruit harvest before the leaves fall, as in the case with pome fruit. DRUPE FRUİT (PEACH, CHERRY, APRICOT, PLUM etc.)
Supa Zinc. Eggplant It is used at a dose of 100 ml per decare, in the period of 4-6 leaves. (in the field)
Supa Zinc. Potato It is used at a dose of 100 ml per decare, 1 week after the exit is completed.
Supa Zinc. Cotton It is used at a dosage of 100 ml per da, 3-4 weeks after gramination
Supa Zinc. Corn It is used at a dosage of 100 ml per decare, in the 3-8 leaf stage.
Supa Zinc. Cherry Mixing 150 ml of Supa Zinc into 100 l water is used before blooming when the buds wake up and during the pink eye period. Zinc accumulation in the spring’s eyes is guaranteed with the application to be made after the fruit harvest before the leaves fall, as in the case with soft seeds.
Supa Zinc. Cherry It is applied by mixing 100 ml of Supa Zinc in 100 l water, immediately after flowering, with a good coating. It is repeated every 2-3 weeks.
Supa Zinc. Apricot Mixing 150 ml of Supa Zinc into 100 l water is used before blooming when the buds wake up and during the pink eye period. Zinc accumulation in the spring’s eyes is guaranteed with the application to be made after the fruit harvest before the leaves fall, as in the case with soft seeds.
Supa Zinc. Melon

It is used in the 2-leaf period at a dosage of 100 ml per decare or 100 l of water. (in the garden)

Supa Zinc. Watermelon

It is used in the 2-leaf period at a dosage of 100 ml per decare or 100 l of water. (in the garden)

Supa Zinc.

Cereals

It is used at a dose of 100 ml per da during the tillering period. It can also be mixed with herbicide thrown in this period.
Supa Zinc. Hazelnut It is used between March and June at a dosage of 100 ml per 100 l water.
Supa Zinc.

Plum

It is used by mixing 150 ml of Supa Zinc with 100 l of water, before flowering, when the eyes are awakening and during the pink eye period. Zinc accumulation in the eyes of the spring is guaranteed with the application to be made before the leaves fall after the fruit harvest, as is the case with the soft seeds.
Supa Zinc. Apple Mix 150 ml of Supa Zinc in 100 l water and apply when the eyes burst and after flowering. It should not be used during flowering. The most important application time is after the fruit is collected (before the leaves fall off). During this period, the same doses are used and allow zinc accumulation in the eyes of next spring.
Supa Zinc. Tomato  It is used at a dose of 100 ml per decare, in the period of 4-6 leaves. (in the field)
Supa Zinc. Strawberry It is used at a dose of 50 ml per decare, in green eye period, at a dose of 25 ml per decare, in white eye period and until the regrowth period after harvest.
Supa Zinc. Paddy It is sprayed on the leaves at the beginning of tillering at a dose of 100 ml per decare.
Supa Zinc. Walnut It is applied by mixing 100 ml of Supa Zinc in 100 l water, immediately after flowering, with a good coating. It is repeated every 2-3 weeks.
Supa Zinc. Pepper It is used at a dose of 100 ml per decare, in the period of 4-6 leaves. (in the field)
Supa Zinc. Legumes It is used at a dosage of 100 ml per decare when the plant height is between 5-15 cm.
Supa Zinc. Vineyard 100 ml of Supa Zinc is mixed into 100 l water and applied after the flower buds are separated (before flowering) and after harvest (before the leaves fall off).
Supa Zinc. Quince Mix 150 ml of Supa Zinc in 100 l water and apply when the eyes burst and after flowering. It should not be used during flowering. The most important application time is after the fruit is collected (before the leaves fall off). During this period, the same doses are used and allow zinc accumulation in the eyes of next spring.
Supa Zinc. Sunflower It is used at a dose of 100 ml per decare, in the period of 4-6 leaves. (in the field)
Supa Zinc. Pear Mix 150 ml of Supa Zinc in 100 l water and apply when the eyes burst and after flowering. It should not be used during flowering. The most important application time is after the fruit is collected (before the leaves fall off). During this period, the same doses are used and allow zinc accumulation in the eyes of next spring.

Additional information

Product Group

Plant Nutrition

Water Soluble Zinc (Zn)

5.5

EDTA chelated zinc (Zn)

5.5 (Zinc is chelated with 100% EDTA.)

pH range in which selatin is stable

7 – 7.5

Packing

17 Liters, 60 Liters

Miscibility

It can be mixed by making a preliminary trial. It can be mixed with many pesticides.

Plant Name

Apple, Apricot, Cereals, Cherry, Citrus, Corn, Cotton, Eggplant, Hard Cores, Hazelnut, Legumes, Melon, Olive, Paddy, Peach, Peanut, Pear, Pepper, Plum, Potato, Quince, Sorghum, Soy, Strawberry, Sugarbeet, Sunflower, Tomato, Vineyard, Walnut, Watermelon