MESO AND MICROELEMENTS
Calcium, magnesium and sulfur are nutrients that plants need in quantities in between those of trace and primary nutrients (also known as macronutrients).
The products of the MESOELEMENTS LINE are formulated to provide for those elements which are considered secondary but necessary to the plant’s harmonic development. In case one of those elements is either missing or in an unbalanced ratio with other elements, plants show deficiency symptoms on fruit and flowers.
In this group of products, mesoelements are available both singularly or combined with one another, so that they can provide a more complete support to the plant.
NOTE: The products of the MESOELEMENTS LINE satisfy all the calcium and magnesium requirements. Sulfur is present as a raw material in many compounds. A standard nutritional program can therefore cover the sulfur needs in most crops.
MICROELEMENTS (TRACE NUTRIENTS)
Microelements are essential for the plant’s harmonic growth even in the smallest quantities. They are involved in all the physiological processes whose correct functioning is important to obtain from the crop the highest productivity and the best quality. Their deficiency can lead to severe physiological disorders. This can be attributed to either a lack of the nutrient in the soil (direct or primary physiological disorder ) or to a scarse availability of the nutrient in the soil (soil’s pH and antagonism between the elements) that might be made unavailable due to the soil pH (indirect or conditioned physiological disorder ). In both cases early treatments guarantee the best results.
The main trace nutrients are: manganese, zinc, molybdenum, boron, copper and iron. In the MICROELEMENTS LINE, microelements are available both singularly or combined with one another, so that they can provide a more complete support to the plant.