Fe-DTPA containing 11% chelated Powder
All plants need seventeen elements to grow. They are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulphur, zinc, copper, iron, manganese, boron, molybdenum, chlorine and sodium. In nature, plants derive these elements from the atmosphere or from the minerals in the soil. Most of the trace elements used in REXOLIN nutrients are chelated with sodium salts. As such, they are not only stable, water-soluble, organic and natural but also very safe. These are popularly known as chelated micronutrients or trace elements and have been approved world over for crop production.
This unique REXOLIN Solid is a formulated plant food containing micro-nutrients essential for the growth and development of all kinds of garden and aquatic plants. This formulation contains ONLY the micro-nutrients tabulated below. It does not contain any macro-elements like nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, etc. This scientifically balanced nutritious solid fertilizer is the result of many years of R&D work by Akzo Nobel Corporation of the Netherlands. REXOLIN Solid is a ready-to-use formulation.
Hence, it serves as an excellent supplement to all liquid fertilizers. When diluted to half the recommended dosage, it can also be used as a foliar spray to correct trace-element deficiencies. It can also be sprinkled on the soil around the garden plants to balance their trace-element absorption. This is a highly concentrated formulation. It might be toxic to the plants at a higher concentration. Mix REXOLIN Solid @ 6-8 g/100 litres of water. For aquatic plants in Planted Tanks use 0.5-1.0 g per 100 litres of water whenever you change the water – once a month.
Caution: Though not harmful, it is always advisable to keep REXOLIN Solid out of reach of children. Keep away from strong sunlight and in a cool and dry place.
REXOLIN Solid required by a plant depends on the type of soil, available macro-nutrients in the soil, the pH of the growing medium and also the variety, age and stage of the plants grown. However, plants themselves are the best indicators. The top 3-5 leaves of any branch are called the “indicator leaves”. They speak so much about the health of the plant. Pale leaves indicate the lack of nutrients and brown or burnt leaves indicate a too high concentration of nutrients. Add more solution to increase the concentration or dilute with plain water to decrease the concentration accordingly. Observe the growth of the plant and adjust the concentration periodically