In the Earth’s crust, manganese compounds are iron-rich, but have very little mobility. The lower the pH of the soil, the greater the solubility of the element, and its role in the reactions of the electron transfer is the phase of photosynthesis and the production of chlorophyll and most of the manganese is stored in the leaves and stems of the plants.
Manganese meal plays a key role in the formation of chloroplast and enzymatic systems of plants, and the use of manganese sulfate fertilizer will improve photosynthesis in plants and increase the production of products. Manganese also activates a large number of enzymes in other human beings, in particular humans. Calcareous soils, agricultural land, alkalinity and high pH, unbalanced use of fertilizers and poor soil organic matter are among the factors limiting the usability of this nutrient for plants and reducing the availability of manganese to plants. Damage to the quality of production and the quality of agricultural products.
Plants have different sensitivities to manganese deficiency, for example, potatoes, grains and fruit trees are most susceptible to manganese deficiency, but cotton shows the least susceptibility to manganese deficiency. Symptoms of manganese deficiency are first seen in young plant tissues, and in cereals, brown spots appear on the margin. In citrus, manganese is a bright green color on the margins of young leaves, but the veins still remain dark green.
Manganese: Mn is a low-consumption food ingredient. This element plays an essential role in breathing and activates enzymes such as nitrite reductase that interfere with nitrogen metabolism. Manganese is absorbed into the soil in the form of a binomial cation Mn + 2. In soils with high levels of lime, the amount of manganese is low.
The most important symptom of Mn deficiency is jaundice between the veins in the old part of the body. This is especially seen in the higher branches, and sometimes with the growth of shoots.
The most common manganese manganese manganese sulfate is 16 or 22% manganese. It can be used in acid soils and in alkaline soils.
Symptoms of manganese deficiency in a number of fruit trees and its treatment methods
Manganese is twice as positive ion and as a molecular compound, it is absorbed by plant with some of the complex organic EDTA agents. The plant can also absorb manganese to either of these two faces directly through the leaf. Spraying the leaves to deficiency is a quick and common task. Like iron, manganese is an elemental non-dynamic, and deficiency symptoms usually appear first in young leaves. Manganese, like other elements of the heavy metal group, play a role in the activation of several enzymes that deal with carbohydrate metabolism, phosphorylation and cyclic cyclic acid cycles.
Method of using manganese sulfate fertilizer
Manganese sulfate fertilizer can be used as fertilizer, fertilizer channel or in solution form for horticultural and crop cultivation. It can also be used in light soils in the blue, but less recovery is possible.
Manganese is a small amount of plant requisites, and a lot of it is also toxic.
The origin of manganese in the soil is the decomposition of mineral stones and is abundant in the earth’s crust, after escaping iron. The total amount of this element is 200 to 600 mg / kg soil. Manganese ions in the soil can be seen in three different ways. The total amount of manganese and exchangeable manganese in soil with a total amount of manganese in the parent compound is not correlated. Manganese dioxide is the most stable manganese oxide in the soil and, by acidifying the environment, increases its solubility. Other manganese forms such as carbonate, hydroxide, and manganese silicate are all more soluble in their oxide and their solubility degree is inversely proportional to the pH of the soil. Manganese deficiency, similar to other micro nutrient elements, occurs mostly in calcareous soils with low organic matter. The sensitivity of different plants to manganese is very different, and since the element’s dynamics is very limited in calcareous fruit trees, the signs of deficiency of this element are first observed in young leaves.
To reduce this deficiency, manganese sulfate can be used with 28 to 32% manganese. It can be used both in acidic soils and in alkaline soils.
Spraying Manganese sulfate is recommended at 5,000 for crops and gardens, and the time is one month after emergence.
Micro nutrient agriculture
Agricultural land and gardens
Production of various agricultural fertilizers
(Recommendation) Use of any kind of fertilizer in order to improve the soil and land under the soil test results, solely with the opinion of experienced experts and engineers of the Jihadi Organization and its agriculture.
Mn sulfate Mn by analysis 18-20%
Mn sulfate Mn by 28-31%
Manganese Sulfate Packaging: Available in 25 kg.
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