Can you have it all? It’s difficult to have a good work-life balance. It’s hard to go on vacation and take care of everything at home. It’s hard to eat a lot and not gain weight.
But…sometimes it is possible to have it all. Sometimes, the timing is just right and everything blends perfectly.
One of those times is with Micro 500, which contains the essential micronutrients zinc, manganese, iron, copper, and boron.
Micro 500 covers several nutrient requirements plants need. The micronutrients in Micro 500 work together to stimulate healthy growth, and improve chlorophyll production and photosynthesis. It also helps to prevent micronutrient deficiencies, which can stunt growth.
Additionally, Micro 500 supports:
– protein synthesis and enzyme production
– nitrogen fixation
– lignin formation
– strong cell growth
With a variety of application methods available, it’s easy to find the most efficient way to reach your crop. Plus, it’s easy and safe to apply with many other nutrition and crop protection products. By doing it as a combination, you reduce soil compaction and land use since you don’t have to make an extra trip just to apply a zinc, manganese, iron, copper and boron fertilizer. It’s all in one.
The Micro 500 formulation technology makes it easy for nutrients to enter two ways – through the roots or leaves of the plant. This also makes it an ideal micronutrient product for soil or foliar applications.
Micro 500 supports long term nutrient uptake. AgroLiquid’s Flavonol Polymer Technology contained in Micro 500 helps fight deficiency and stimulate long-lasting growth.
How does it work? Flavonol Polymer Technology uses plant-derived chelates to prevent the micronutrients from binding with other elements in the soil, which can create bonds that plants can’t break, and then can’t use.
The chelates form a protective shell around the micronutrients which plants can still break down. This technology allows the micronutrients to release slowly, allowing the plant to use them throughout its growth cycle.
Micronutrient deficiencies in soil can occur for a variety of reasons. For instance, it’s possible that higher yields and some technologies may remove some micronutrients from the soil. Any type of land preparation where several inches of topsoil are removed can result in a deficiency. High phosphorus levels can cause micronutrient deficiencies, and some micronutrients are no longer contained in high analysis fertilizers and fertilizer materials. As a result, adding micronutrients becomes important for a good yield.
Because the micronutrients in Micro 500 work synergistically together, farmers get better uptake and response from a micronutrient in Micro 500 than if they apply an equal volume of that nutrient alone. In addition, this combination is helpful in sections of a field where a grower might not know it is lacking in a particular nutrient.
If you think micronutrient deficiencies are stunting your growth, or your soil simply isn’t supplying enough micronutrients for optimal yield, don’t let it hold you back. Micro 500 helps you solve these issues.
Over 20 years of research in multiple US locations shows that Micro 500 bolsters crop fertility programs and supports higher yields. When combined with macronutrient fertilizer programs, Micro 500 supports more flowering, fruiting, seed production, branch, and leaf growth.
So even though sometimes it is difficult to have it all…you really do get it with Micro 500.
See the research for yourself:
Measuring Success with Micro 500 on Corn