Liquid trace element fertilizer containing nitrogen (N), sulfur (S), boron (B), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn),
molybdenum (Mo), zinc (Zn) and amino acid proline.
During plant development, there is important interaction between N and S, which determines growth, yield and its quality and nitrogen efficiency to the crop.
Iron (Fe) is one of the most important trace elements, on which directly depends the uptake of many
other nutrients. In the absence of iron, plants absorb other necessary nutrients more difficult. Iron is
actively involved in plant metabolic processes, it is in enzymes, activates respiration, affects the processes of chlorophyll formation, and auxin biosynthesis. In abscence of iron, plants stop growing and youngest leaves show signs of chlorosis.
L-Proline amino acid is important in more than a dozen plant growth and development processes.
Boron (B) promotes formation of plant generative organs.
Manganese (Mn) is included in the composition of many enzymes and participate in oxidation and reduction reactions, photosynthesis, and the processes of carbohydrates and nitrogen exchange.
Molybdenum (Mo), by stimulating chlorophyll synthesis, enhances photosynthesis, accelerates nitrate reduction and protein synthesis, increases protein and starch content.
Zinc (Zn) is part of the composition of many enzymes and is involved in various energy and nutrient metabolic processes. It is very important at the beginning of vegetation as it affects the formation of productive stems, their strength and grain formation.

Amount % Amount g/l
Iron (Fe) 4,0 55
Nitrogen (N) 5,0 68
Amide nitrogen (N-NH2) 5,0 68
Sulphur (SO3) 10,0 135
Boron (B) 0,7 9,5
Manganese (Mn) 2,0 25
Molybdenum (Mo) 0,35 4,5
Zinc (Zn) 0,7 9,5
Amino acid L-Proline 0,5 6,8
pH (1:10 H2O) 7,0-8,0
Density 20C, g/ml 1,35-1,4

Mendelenium can be used in mixtures with many fertilizers and pesticides (insecticides, fungicides). Do not use with
products containing high amounts of copper (Cu), sulphur (S), mineral oils and with alkaline products (pH > 8), with
herbicides and with seed treatment where the label states “do not mix with fertilizers“. Before mixing it is recommended to
make a small amount of the mixture in order to check whether there is no sediment. It is recommended to spray in a
small area in order to check whether there are no phytotoxic effects on plants.