Grozin Zinc

Sale priceRs.3,200.00


Grozin Zinc is a 3.75kg water-soluble powder produced by Agromed Pte Ltd. and distributed by Jaffer Brothers Agro Services Pvt. Ltd. It's formulated to address zinc deficiency in a wide range of crops, including:

  • Rice
  • Potato
  • Orchards (fruit trees)
  • Vegetables
  • Wheat
  • And more

Key Features and Benefits:

  • High Zinc Content (27% Zinc as Metal): Grozin Zinc offers a potent concentration of readily available zinc, essential for numerous plant functions. Zinc plays a critical role in:

    • Enzyme Activation: Zinc is a cofactor for many enzymes involved in various plant growth processes.
    • Chlorophyll Production: Adequate zinc levels contribute to healthy green leaves and efficient photosynthesis.
    • Plant Structure and Strength: Zinc promotes cell wall development, leading to stronger stems and improved resistance to stress.
    • Seed Formation and Development: Zinc is essential for proper seed development and reproduction.
  • Water Solubility: The powder formulation readily dissolves in water, making Grozin Zinc suitable for foliar application (direct application to leaves) or fertigation (applying fertilizer through irrigation systems). This ensures efficient zinc uptake by plants compared to traditional soil-applied products.

  • Recommended Application Rate: The information provided suggests a general application rate of 3.75kg per acre. However, it's crucial to consult the product label for specific recommendations based on crop type, severity of zinc deficiency, and soil conditions. A soil test can be helpful in determining the exact zinc requirements for your specific field.

Important Considerations:

  • Category and Subcategory: Grozin Zinc falls under the fertilizer category, with a more specific subcategory being "Micronutrient Fertilizer" or "Zinc Fertilizer." "Pesticides" is a separate category for products that control pests or diseases.
  • Following Label Instructions: Always refer to the product label for detailed application instructions, including mixing ratios, timing recommendations, and safety precautions.
  • Potential for Foliar Burn: High zinc concentrations can cause foliar burn in some crops. Start with a lower application rate initially, especially for sensitive crops.

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