Copper Amino Acid Chelate Fertilizer

Copper Amino Acid Chelate Fertilizer Introduction Beacon copper amino acid chelate fertilizer is an organic amino acids copper complex which effectively fulfills copper requirements of plants and provides the organic nitrogen to growing crop. It is an effective organic fungicide to kill the...

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Copper Amino Acid Chelate Fertilizer

Introduction

Beacon copper amino acid chelate fertilizer is an organic amino acids copper complex which effectively fulfills copper requirements of plants and provides the organic nitrogen to growing crop. It is an effective organic fungicide to kill the virus, can be used as fungicide and virucidal agent. It is green and have a high performance on increasing income.

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Guaranteed Analysis

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Features

1)Stimulate and regulate enzyme reactions for growth and development of crop.

2)Increase the chlorophyll content for green healthy leaves and also prevent leaves from chlorosis and spiraling.

3)Increase the productive tillers in wheat and paddy, induce resistance to pests and diseases.

4)Boost growth rate, dry matter accumulation and increase yield.

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Recommended Application

Spray: diluted 1:1200-1500, 0.5-1kg/acre, spray 2-3 times in the vegetative stage, at interval of 14 days.

Drip irrigation: diluted 1:400-600, continuously use, 1-3kg/acre, at interval of 7-14 days.

Base fertilizer: 2-5kg/acre.

 

 

Packing Of Copper Amino Acid Chelate Fertilizer:

It is available in following pack:

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Bulk Packing and Package Process Of Copper Amino Acid Chelate Fertilizer:

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Storage Of Copper Amino Acid Chelate Fertilizer:

Storage

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Beacon Documents:

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Beacon Analysis Report:

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