Liquid Micronutrient Fertilizer for Every Need and Crop
Most farmers as well as agronomists focus on macronutrients to improve yields and crop quality. However, micronutrients also play a pivotal role in crop development. If micronutrient deficiencies persist year after year, they will continue to damage crops regardless of the nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium applied.
If you notice sections of your crops repeatedly show signs of nutrient deficiency, such as yellowed leaves, stunted growth, or reduced yields, micronutrient deficiencies may be the cause. AgroLiquid supplies liquid micronutrient fertilizers suitable for any crop.
Liquid Boron Fertilizer
MicroLink™ Boron is an individually formulated liquid boron fertilizer made to correct boron deficiencies. Boron deficiencies can be extremely problematic for some crops. Without boron, fruits may lose their shape, firmness, color, and flavor. This can also cause a reduction in seed and grain number and quality.
Our boron fertilizer is especially effective in correcting in-season boron deficiencies and preventing crop damage.
Note that some crops are sensitive to boron, and incorrect application can damage the crops. Contact us to learn more about boron deficiency and correct application.
- Complete source of nitrogen nutrition
- Contains Flavonol Polymer Technology to reduce leaching loss and volatility
- Increased yields and product quality
- Slow release over time making nitrogen available when your crop needs it
- It’s clean and easy to apply
Our boron fertilizer is derived from sodium borate. Boron may be applied individually to correct boron deficiencies, or used with micronutrient combination fertilizers like Micro600 to supply a variety of micronutrients.
Boron is included in the following micronutrient combination fertilizers:
Copper Sulfate Fertilizer
MicroLink™ copper sulfate fertilizer gives plants a usable supply of copper at any growth stage. Without copper, vital enzymes needed for photosynthesis will deteriorate. This will stunt the plant’s growth, cause leaves to die, and reduce yields. Symptoms of copper deficiency will appear in leaves; they will turn light green before they curl and die.
Our copper sulfate fertilizer can be safely combined with other micro- or macronutrients to reduce manpower and time. It can also be applied in a variety of ways. Speak with an agronomist to learn about the most efficient method for your crops.
- Chlorophyll formation
- Healthy leaves
- Sustained growth
Liquid Iron Fertilizer
MicroLink™ liquid iron fertilizer can be used to correct iron deficiencies even in alkaline soils. This is made possible through our Flavonol Polymer Technology, which protects nutrients in a plant-based polymer. These polymer chains prevent nutrients from bonding with soil ions, which makes them unusable to plants.
Iron is an essential nutrient to all plants. It helps to stimulate chlorophyll production, which is why iron-deficient plants will have a yellow tint. It is also a key oxygen carrier. Without iron, the crops’ respiratory efficiency decreases, which slows cell growth and the transfer of sugars through the plant. Because of its essential role, liquid iron fertilizer is included in a variety of other macro- and micronutrient fertilizer blends.
- Chlorophyll development
- Oxygen transfer
Our liquid iron fertilizer is derived from ferrous sulfate. It can be used to correct or prevent nutrient deficiencies at any time of the growing season. It is included in a variety of other micronutrient and macronutrient blends.
Liquid iron fertilizer is included in the following micronutrient combination fertilizers:
Manganese Sulfate Fertilizer
MicroLink™ manganese sulfate fertilizer works in tandem with other nutrients to improve total nutrient intake and use. Manganese is required for plants to make chlorophyll, which makes it essential for photosynthesis.
The addition of manganese sulfate fertilizer also helps plants take in additional phosphorus and calcium. This helps to speed up germination and time to maturity. In some crops, manganese sulfate fertilizer can help growers access early market prices or even take in additional harvests.
Manganese deficiencies are especially problematic for soybeans. This appears in young plants as a yellowing between veins, and then becomes black or brown spots. If it is not corrected, manganese deficiencies will kill some plants and reduce yields.
- Nutrient intake
- Chlorophyll production
- Early germination
- Faster growth
Our liquid manganese fertilizer is derived from manganese sulfate. It is ideal for correcting manganese deficiencies prior to planting to prevent damage to young plants.
Manganese is included in the following micronutrient combination fertilizers:
Zinc Sulfate Fertilizer
MicroLink™ liquid zinc fertilizer supports strong growth during critical stages. Zinc is needed for the production of enzymes and proteins which control the growth of stems, leaves, fruits, and seeds. A zinc deficiency will stunt crop growth noticeably, and restoring zinc can dramatically improve growth, plant health, and yield.
Zinc deficiencies pose unique obstacles to growers and farmers. A zinc deficiency is not always visible, and when it is visible it can be easily confused with other issues. Moreover, when signs of a zinc deficiency appear, usually as stunted growth or yellowing between leaf veins, damage has already occurred. In addition, adequate level of zinc may be present, but unusable to plants. This is why soil testing and tissue testing are important to diagnose a zinc deficiency.
Our liquid zinc fertilizer is designed to resist ionizing in the soil, so it stays usable for plants. By directing applying zinc sulfate fertilizer with other nutrients, you can prevent zinc deficiencies from stunting future crop growth.
- Supports production of proteins and enzymes needed for growth
- Full growth potential
- Full seed and fruit potential
- Plant health
- Disease, drought and stress resistance
Sodium Molybdenum Fertilizer
MicroLink™ sodium molybdenum fertilizer helps to improve nitrogen utilization in a variety of crops. Compared to other micronutrients, moly is needed in the smallest amounts. However, plants that do not have access to moly cannot properly process nitrogen, a vital macronutrient.
Molybdenum plays a key role in converting nitrogen and phosphorus into amino acids. For this reason, symptoms of a moly deficiency are very similar to a nitrogen deficiency. The leaves of the plant will be misshapen, leaf edges will turn yellow, and flowering, fruiting, and the production of fruit, flowers, and seeds will slow.
Legumes, cruciferous vegetables, and ornamental plants are particularly vulnerable to a molybdenum deficiency. While plant damage from moly toxicity is very rare, plants with excessive molybdenum can be toxic to cattle. Before using moly on your crops, consult with an agronomist.
- Processing nitrogen
- Processing inorganic phosphorus
- Growth of beneficial bacteria
- Full flower, fruit, and seed development
- Proper leaf growth
Our liquid molybdenum fertilizer is derived from sodium molybdate. It is essential for processing nitrogen. For this reason, it is ideal to combine with nitrogen fertilizers. Note that excessive molybdate can be toxic to some ruminates.
Molybdenum is not included in other micronutrient fertilizer blends. However, it can be added to many other fertilizer programs as needed.
Solve Micronutrient Deficiencies
Before adding micronutrients to your soil, it’s important to know the current nutrient balance of the soil and crop uptake. Many micronutrient deficiencies appear in similar ways. They can also be caused by many factors, such as soil pH, moisture, temperature, and the presence of other compounds or nutrient tie up. If your crops are not reaching their growth potential, or the same problems keep appearing, our agronomists can help. With over 35 years of experience, we have seen every type of obstacle in every type of crop.
Flavonol Polymer Technology
This bonds with your nutrients and creates a protective layer that makes up to 80% more of your nutrients available to plants. It sounds like magic, but it’s just science.