Micro-Міneralis (Molybdenum)Micro-Міneralis (Molybdenum) is versatile and easily digestible liquid microfertilizer intended for foliar fertilizing of agricultural crops.

Micro-Міneralis (Molybdenum) microfertilizer composition,
аmmonium-carboxylate chelates, %

Mo

N

1,0

2,0

Molybdenum in plants life

Molybdenum is often called the microelement of nitrogen metabolism, as it is part of nitrate reductase and nitrogenase. Under molybdenum deficiency, which often takes place on acid soils, tissues accumulate large amounts of nitrates and normal metabolism in plants is disrupted. Growth of plants and synthesis of chlorophyll are delayed. Molybdenum plays an important role in fixation of molecular nitrogen from atmosphere by nodule nitrogen fixing bacteria. Under molybdenum deficiency plant growth is decreased, flowering is delayed; leaves become pale green, then are turning brown and die.

Foliar fertilizing of Micro-Міneralis (Molybdenum) contributes to:

  • better assimilation of atmospheric nitrogen by nodule bacteria;
  • nourishing nitrogen nutrition of plants;
  • increase of protein content in grain, vitamins and sugars in vegetables;
  • increased stability of plants to frost and drought.

Usage

Application rates of Micro-Міneralis (Molybdenum)

Processed culture

Application rate

Stage of culture development

Maximum
number of
treatments

Winter wheat,
spring barley

1,0-1,5 l/ha

tillering stage, booting stage, beginning of grain filling

3

Sunflower

1,0-1,5 l/ha

stage of 5-7 pairs of leaves, two following processing every 7-10 days

2

Corn

1,0-1,5 l/ha

stage of 3-7 leaves, repeat in 2 weeks

2

Rape

1,0-1,5 l/ha

booting stage, budding stage

2

Soya, peas

1,0-1,5 l/ha

3-5 leaves, budding stage,
beginning of beans’ formation

3

Sugar beet

1,0-1,5 l/ha

Before closing of crops, before closing of spacing

2

Potato

1,0-1,5 l/ha

booting stage, budding stage

2

Tomatoes

1,0-1,5 l/ha

rooting stage, budding stage,
beginning of massive fruits’ formation

3

Application rate of working solution: 200-300 l/ha for field crops.