Copper is necessary for normal growth and development, necessary for pollen formation, and also, important in the fertilization process in self-pollinating plants. This element is involved in the synthesis of vitamin A, which is essential for protein synthesis. Copper deficiency manifests itself in leaf curling, causing grain rejection in wheat heads. In legumes, copper is important for the tuberous bacteria that form tubers. Complex action of fertilizer components ensures more intensive development of roots in the early stages of development, faster plant regeneration after winter, the formation of lateral shoots and their strength, resistance to early spread of diseases.
|Amount %||Amount g/l|
|Nitrate Nitrogen (N-NO3)||6,0||85|
|pH (1:10 H2O)||2,5-4,0|
|Density 20C, g/ml||1,4-1,5|
Cu 200 can be used in mixtures with many fertilizers and pesticides (insecticides, fungicides). Do not use with products containing 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 are no phytotoxic effect on plants.