Crops count on soil micronutrients to support their growth. Soil can suffer from micronutrient deficiency and be unable to provide these important nutrients in a form plants can absorb, impacting yields. Chelated micronutrients can help treat deficiencies and offer water solubility, pesticide compatibility, higher uptake and lower dosages.
Why chelated micronutrients?
In this brief video, you’ll learn:
- Disadvantages of commonly used inorganic salts
- Advantages of chelate chemistries
- How to choose the optimal chelate for your unique circumstances
Choosing the right chelate for your fertilizer
Important criteria for selecting the optimal chelate includes product characteristics, ions to be chelated and soil pH. VERSENOL™ AG Fe is also available as a ready-to-use chelated micronutrient of iron. Contact us for more evaluation support.
These values are not intended for use in preparing specifications.
|Physical Form||Chelant Value (mg CaCO3/g)||pH (1 wt% aqueous solution)||Type|
|Solid||339||2.5 to 3.0||EDTA|
|Liquid||102||11.0 to 11.8||EDTA|
|Liquid||137||4.6 to 5.3||EDTA|
|Liquid||130||9.0 to 9.5||EDTA|
|Solid||267||4.3 to 6.0||EDTA|
|Solid||219||10.5 to 11.5||EDTA|
|Liquid||120||11.0 to 11.8||HEDTA|