8-0-0 + 6% Mn + 0.5% Fe + 3.5% S
Maximize the full potential of photosynthesis
Manganese is very important to the plant’s metabolism. It is indispensable for the proper functioning of photosynthesis and the production and transfer of energy. Manganese reduces nitrates by transforming them into ammonium for the synthesis of proteins, and activating the enzymatic system of leaves. High manganese content also has an important effect on the colouration of green fruits.
Iron is a key player of many enzymes and plays an important role in the synthesis of chlorophylls, cellular breathing, nitrogen assimilation (transformation of nitrates into ammonium for protein synthesis), and binding of atmospheric nitrogen. As with nitrogen, sulphur is also a fundamental element of proteins. Sulphur makes up the essential sulphur amino acids (cysteine, cystine, and methionine). Sulphur activates photosynthesis and the energy metabolism. Sulphur is the essential element for ensuring that the plant uses nitrogen properly for its role in nitrate reductase activity, an enzyme necessary for the transformation of nitric nitrogen into proteic nitrogen. Sulphur greatly influences quality and organoleptic properties of crops.
- Manganese and iron chelated with carboxylic acids for greater absorption capacity
- High photosynthetic activity
- Assimilation of nitrogen
- Better potato quality and preservation
- Lateral root formation
- Resistance against diseases
- Lodging resistance in cereal crops
In conclusion, by combining manganese with sulphur, iron, and nitrogen, Agro‑Mn activates photosynthesis and ensures better nitrogen use. The balance between these four nutritional elements guarantees plant growth and optimizes crop yield and quality. Agro‑Mn can be applied through the entire growth cycle, but it is important to promote early input to help sensitive crops.