ADOB® Micro

Characteristics

ADOB® Micro is a multinutrient, multifunctional liquid fertiliser for the foliar feeding of arable, vegetable, floriculture and orchard crops. It contains basic levels of amide nitrogen and potassium (5% each). All six micronutrients are present, with focus on a very high concentration of manganese (Mn) alongside moderately high concentrations of boron (B), copper (Cu), iron (Fe), molybdenum (Mo) and zinc (Zn).

All micronutrients (except boron and molybdenum) are chelated by the classic EDTA agent, while boron and molybdenum (which cannot be chelated) are present as water-soluble, inorganic components. As a result, all nutrients are readily and quickly available to a broad range of staple and cash-crop plants. This unique combination of essential nutrients ensures the optimal development of plants’ shoots, roots, flowers, fruits and grain yield.

ADOB® Micro also boosts plants’ vigour and health. It improves their winter hardiness and effectively prevents nutrient deficiencies.

ADOB® Micro

Packaging: 10, 20, 1000 l

Features

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100% chelation of micronutrients

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enhanced development of all plant parts

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a mixture of various EC fertilisers

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macro- and micronutrient fertiliser

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contains all micronutrients

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liquid fertiliser

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foliar application

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EDTA chelated

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NutrientsSymbolContent
[% w/w]
Content
[% w/v]
Content
[g/l]
Form
Total nitrogenN5.06.262.0
– amide nitrogenN-NH25.06.262.0
Potassium oxideK2O5.06.262.0soluble in water
BoronB0.50.66.0soluble in water
CopperCu0.20.22.0chelated by EDTA
IronFe0.30.44.0chelated by EDTA
ManganeseMn1.11.414.0chelated by EDTA
MolybdenumMo0.040.050.5soluble in water
ZincZn0.40.55.0chelated by EDTA

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CropsNumber of applications per seasonCrop phenological stageBBCH stageProduct application rate
[l/ha]
Spray solution application rate
[l/ha]
Arable crops
Cereals2-3
4-8 leaves14-18
3
200-300
tillering25-293
first flag leaf elbow31-393
Rapeseed24-8 leaves14-183
main shoot increase30-393
Maize14-6 leaves14-163
Potatoes2covering inter-rows31-39 2
tuber tying40-492
Sugar beets24-6 leaves14-163
covering inter-rows32-393
Soybean1inflorescence development and flowering51-693
Legumes1stem elongation30-39 2
Vegetable crops
Bulb vegetables
e.g. onion, leek
2-3
leaf development13-152
300-500
leaf development16-192
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-452
Cucurbits
e.g. pumpkin, zucchini, cucumber
2-3leaf development13-152
leaf development16-192
formation of side shoots, inflorescence emergence21-592
Brassica plants
e.g. cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli
2-3leaf development14-192
rosette growth31-392
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-452
Root vegetables
e.g. carrot, celery, beet
2-3leaf development14-162
leaf development17-192
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-452
Leaf vegetables
e.g. lettuce, spinach
2-3leaf development11-132
leaf development14-192
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-452
Solanaceous
e.g. tomato, pepper, early potato
2-3leaf development and formation of side shoots16-292
inflorescence emergence and flowering51-692
fruit development71-792
Legumes
e.g. bean, pea
2-3leaf development13-152
leaf development16-192
development of side shoots and the main shoot21-392
Orchard crops
Stone-fruit trees
e.g. sour cherry, sweet cherry
3-4end of flowering phase692-3
500-800
fruit development912-3
Pome trees
e.g. apple, pear
3-4beginning of fruit ripening812-3
fruit development74-792-3
Soft fruits
e.g. strawberry, blueberry
2-3fruit development71-792-3
300-500
before dormancy91-932-3