Earth Care is mixture of Micronutrients such as Magnesium, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Iron, Calcium, boron and Molybdenum. Micronutritient is very important components in many plant metabolic systems such as photosynthesis, cell wall formation, translocation and enzyme synthesis. The distribution of micronutrients in soil is not uniform because of world wide variation in soil properties, which result in either deficiency or toxicity of micronutrients in soil. A lack of any one or more of the micronutrients or secondary nutrients may result in poor plant growth, vigour, and failure of the fruit bunch formation.
Among its roles in plant growth, magnesium is the central atom in chlorophyll, the molecule responsible for photosynthesis, the process where plants turn sunlight and nutrients into green growth. Most of the magnesium in plants is found in chlorophyll.
Zinc (Zn) is one among the seven micronutrient elements that is indispensable for plant growth. Its presence activates a series of enzymes responsible for maintaining the course and tempo of several vital growth events.
Boron is an essential micronutrient for growth and development of healthy plants. In small concentrations boron compounds are used as micronutrients in fertilizers, in large concentrations they are used as herbicides, algaecides and other pesticides. It is Essential in cell wall formation, essential for translocation of sugars and starches, regulates starch production and aids in terminal bud formation.
Regulates supply of growth hormones, acts as an catalyst, activates enzymes, aids in photosynthesis and aids in reparation.
Iron deficiency is a limiting factor of plant growth. Iron is present at high quantities in soils, but its availability to plants is usually very low, essential for formation of chlorophyll. Sources of iron are the soil, iron sulfate, iron chelate.
Enzyme catalyst for reducing nitrates to ammonia and converts inorganic P to organic form.
Aids in chlorophyll synthesis, acts as a catalyst, activates enzyme, aids in photosynthesis and aids in respiration.
Calcium tends to be plentiful in most soils, but is not always in a form available to plants. Calcium helps roots and leaves grow strong and healthy. In addition, it helps strengthen overall plant structure, increasing resistance to wind, hail, insects, and other sources of physical damage..
It acts as a working agent which improves the deficiency of nutrients in soil, henceforth resulting in Plant Growth.
It also stimulates product yield and avoid failure of fruit bunch formation.
Recommended for all crops.