Yates Citrus Cure Zinc and Manganese Chelate

Yates Citrus Cure Zinc and Manganese Chelate

Zinc and Manganese are required to maintain healthy growth, improve fruit yield and quality in citrus and vines.

Overview

Yates Citrus Cure Zinc and Manganese Chelate is an easy to use liquid trace element mix. Recommended as a foliar application, this delivers zinc and manganese directly tot he deficient leaves for faster results. Foliar applications also result in much lower zinc and manganese additions into the soil when compared to traditional soil drench applications, resulting in less wastage and lower risk of soil toxicity.

PLUS Yates liquids:

  • Work differently from other chelates.
  • Release nutrients gradually to minimise leaf burn.
  • Are targeted solutions applied directly to the leaves for fast results.
  • Stick firmly to foliage and are rain-fast in 2-3 hours.

Ingredients

Guaranteed Analysis w/v
Zinc (Zn) as lignosulfonate chelte 1.25

Manganese (Mn) as lignosulfonate chelate 1.25%

How to use

Directions for use

Application – alleviate zinc and manganese deficiency symptoms. Mainly CITRUS.
Method Foliar spray Recommended – Spray to lightly wet the leaves, before runoff. NOT for stone fruit.
Rate – Mix 20-30ml in 1L water. Apply with garden sprayer.
Frequency – Every 2-4 weeks.
Timing – Apply when symptoms appear, reapply as necessary.
Area – 1L/15m2 depending on size of plant canopy.

Application – alleviate zinc and manganese deficiency symptoms.
Method – Soil drench only recommended for stone fruit.
Rate – Mix 15-30ml in 5L water, apply with watering can.
Frequency – Every 2-4 weeks.
Timing – Apply when symptoms appear, reapply as necessary.
Area – 5L/5m2 apply to moist soil around plant.

Sizes

Available sizes

  • 500ml

MSDS

Material Safety Data Sheet

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