NP fertiliser solution with manganese and zinc

Phomazin is an NP fertiliser solution with manganese and zinc in high concentrations.
With its special formulation, the highly-soluble nutrients are rapidly absorbed through
the cell membranes of the leaves and roots. This accelerates photosynthesis and promotes
plant development in general. Florescence and fruit development are improved; this both
increases the fertilisation of the flowers, which results in a reduction of undeveloped fruit,
and increases the number of well-developed fruit.
The high manganese content also provides an increase in the carbohydrate and dry mass
formation. As a catalytic element, zinc is responsible for tryptophane synthesis, i.e. the precursor
for amino acid formation through indole-3-acetyl acid synthesis, and thus for the formation of
auxins, which in turn are essential for plant growth and development.
Phomazin is specially developed for plants that react very sensitively towards manganese and
zinc deficiency, i.e. especially for potato, but Phomazin can also be used preventatively on all
plants. If applied in due time on poorly developing potatoes,
Phomazin improves tuber formation. Furthermore, the potatoes form evenly sized tubers, with
a resistant and smooth skin. Phomazin guarantees optimal supply to the plants and therefore
better quality (colour and flavour) and higher yields.

Application and dosage:
In general: Apply 3-4 l/ha once a week during the entire cycle.

Fruit and vegetable crops:
Foliar fertilisation: 3 l/ha during the whole season, several times, as required.
In case of severe deficiency symptoms, fertigation with 8-10 l/ha can be performed
during the entire cycle.

This product can be mixed with all known plant protection products,
however, we recommend performing a miscibility test before using.

20 l (28.4 kg)

Total nitrogen (N): 3%
Ammonium nitrogen (N): 1.5%
Carbamide nitrogen (N): 1.5%
Water-soluble phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5): 30%
Water-soluble manganese (Mn): 5%
Water-soluble zinc (Zn): 5%

Technical data:
Specific weight at 20° C: 1.42 kg/l
pH in 0.1% solution: 5.5-5.7