Micronutrient fertilizer in form of a gel, suspension

Concentrated fertilizer in the form of a gel, which supplies plants with important trace elements – copper (Cu), zinc (Zn) and manganese (Mn).

Stimulates plant metabolic processes and photosynthesis. Reduces the negative impact of external abiotic and biotic factors. Stimulates physiological processes such as flowering, fruit development, etc.

Mn – Manganese has several essential functions in plants and its deficiency adversely affects any yield, with cereals, maize and grasses being particularly sensitive to manganese deficiency. Manganese is present in the soil, but it is often combined with compounds that are not absorbed by the plant. Manganese deficiency is often observed in soils with a light granulometric composition, peaty, alkaline or recently limed, as well as weakly structured soils. Manganese deficiency is also often observed in unfavorable growing conditions – cold, dry and hot periods or conditions of excessive humidity. Manganese is involved in the synthesis of chlorophyll and proteins, as well as in the process of photosynthesis. Contains enzymes responsible for cell division. Improves plant resistance.

Zn – necessary for the metabolism of the plant growth-regulating hormone – auxin, which is very important for the formation of roots. Promotes plant disease resistance. A lack of zinc causes empty cobs – unformed grains.

Cu – necessary for photosynthesis, cellular respiration, protein synthesis and carbohydrate formation processes. It is very important in the formation of fruits, increases the number of grains in the cobs. Influences the strength of the trunk, promotes resistance to diseases. In addition to the above, copper is also very important for legumes and potatoes. Of the cereals, oats and barley are the most sensitive to copper deficiency. Lack of micronutrients disrupts many physiological processes in plants, which reduces the yield. Micronutrients should be used prophylactically before plants show signs of deficiency, as at that point part of the yield potential is already lost.


Foliar application – in the early stages of plant growth, when there is a large enough leaf area for applying.

Cereals: from 4-6 leaves to 39 stages of plant development, 1-3 sprays. Doses: 0.2-0.3 L/ha.

Maize: 1-2 sprays at 3-8 leaf stage of development. Dosage: 0.2-0.5 L/ha.

For winter cereals, one application in autumn at a dose of 0.3 L/ha, for better preparation of plants for winter. In the spring, for winter crops, after vegetation renewal, and for summer crops: 1-2 applications as needed at a dose of 0.2-0.3 L/ha.


Copper (Cu) 4,7% m/m (84,6 g/l)
Manganese (Mn) 19,4% m/m (349,2 g/l)
Zinc (Zn) 8,4% m/m (151,2 g/l)
Density 1,8 g/l
pH (0,1%) 8