• Zinto


For stimulation of physiological processes during early development phase of plants and assimilation of phosphorus - liquid IKAR Zinto concentrated zinc fertilizer. Zinc (Zn) is necessary for plants during full vegetative period. Especially this element is necessary at the beginning of growth, namely then most amounts of it are assimilated and accumulated in plants. Zinc stimulates development of root system, formation of generative parts, tillering of corn, increases productive fructification. Zinc is important in synthesis of chlorophyll, carbohydrates, auxins, starch, is responsible for formation of pigments, leaves covering cuticle. Other substances, existing in composition of the fertilizer, help plant better assimilate zinc or are necessary for strengthening of functions performed by zinc. Zinc like element is fair mobile within plant as well as in soil. Assimilation of zinc becomes complicated at high pH ( pH > 7,5 ) in soil. In case of lack of zinc, plants weakly develop, corn tiller badly, maize grow little mass, pulse little yield. Zinc is necessary for all plants, but in particular winter wheat, malt barley, peas, beans, soy, maize, rape, leguminous grass are most sensitive against lack of zinc. Zinc stimulates: germination, assimilation of phosphorus, root development, formation of generative organs, blooming intensity, budding. Zinc is necessary for plants during full vegetation, especially in early development phases, it cannot be replaced with other elements.

**Density 20 C, g/ml 1.54-1.6
*pH 1:10 H2O 1-2
IKAR Formula Power* 0,13%, [2,0g/l]
Nitrogen (N-NO3) 6.6%, [100g/l]
Manganese (Mn) 1.35%, [20g/l]
Zinc (Zn) 13%, [200g/l]
Copper (Cu) 0.13%, [2,0g/l]


IKAR Zinto can be used in mixtures with many fertilizers and pesticides (insecticides, fungicides). Do not use with products containing copper, sulphates, mineral oils and alkaline products (pH> 8). Before mixing it is recommended to make a small amount of the mixture to check whether there is no sediment forming, it is also recommended to spray in a small area in order to check if there is no phytotoxic effect on plants.