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5794 SUNSHINE-Super-Iron - Microelement boosterYellowing leaves? For tough cases, use SUNSHINE Micro-Elements Mix with extra Iron! Ultra-potent, highly absorbable iron mix, with Chelated Iron with DTPA (instead of usual EDTA). Applying DTPA chelated Iron overcomes the mix instability in hard water and is more effective for chlorosis. This mix contains both EDTA + DTPA chelated iron in higher concentration than regular micro-elements mixes.
For healthy growth, plants need food. While macro-nutrients (Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium) are present in all fertilizers (N-P-K ratio), micro-elements ( Boron, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, etc.) are often missing or unavailable to plants. One of the symptoms of micro-element deficiency is chlorosis or yellowing between the veins of leaves.
Foliar sprays can help fix the problem very quickly!
See instructions here
Total magnesium (water soluble chelated) - 0.62%
Copper (chelated) - 0.04%
Iron (chelated) EDTA - 4%
Iron (chelated) DTPA - 4.62%
Manganese (chelated) - 0.84%
Molybdenum - 0.02%
Zinc (chelated) - 0.16%
Boron - 1.56%
1 oz (28g)
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