water-soluble fertilizer consists of macro-element magnesium salt 350 g / kg and specially prepared plant extract. Mechanism of action: Magnesium is part of the chlorophyll molecule and is directly involved in photosynthesis. It participates in the movement of phosphorus in plants, activates enzymes and accelerates the production of carbohydrates. It is also a building block and part of the ribosome. With magnesium deficiency, protein metabolism in plants is disrupted due to poor functioning of enzymatic synthesis, as well as limited plant assimilation and synthetic activity. Magnesium affects the growth dynamics of the root system and the absorption of nutrients from the soil, especially nitrogen. Without a sufficient supply of magnesium the plant will not be able to reach its productivity potential, so it is very important to avoid magnesium deficiency from the beginning of plant growth and development. This is especially true if ammonium nitrate, urea or nitrate are used as a source of nitrogen. Magnesium-containing fertilizers increase the effectiveness of this type of fertilizer, as the antagonism between ammonium cations and magnesium cations decreases due to the increase in the concentration of Mg2 in the soil solution. Advantages: • Enhance chlorophyll synthesis; • Increased phosphorus uptake; • Increased production of carbohydrates; • Accelerate maturation; • Increase storage; • Quality of medical product; Consumption rate kg / ha: foliar feeding -1,5; Root feeding -2.0;

Article Author , 2021-06-29