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                            Humintech GmbH
                            Am P?senberg 9-13
                            D-41517 Grevenbroich

                            Telefon: +49 2181 70 676 - 0
                            Fax: +49 2181 70 676 - 22
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                            HUMIRON? Mix WSP Safety Data Sheet

                            DESCRIPTION

                            HUMIRON? Mix WSP water soluble trace elements humate is a multiple deficiency corrector, containing 3.5% iron, 2.5% zinc and 1.5% manganese, chelated and complexed with humic acids. As a result of chelation, the trace elements (Fe, Zn, Mn) are readily available to be taken up by plants in a wide variety of problem soils (e. g. alkaline and calcareous soils, sandy soils with low organic matter content etc.). The product is designed to prevent and correct iron, zinc and manganese deficiencies in all agricultural and horticultural crops. It can be applied either to the soil or as a foliar spray. In addition, it can be used in hydroponic systems. The presence of humic acids in the formulation positively affects plant growth and enhances resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses.

                            ORIGIN

                            HUMIRON? Mix WSP is obtained through alkaline extraction from German Leonardite (highly oxidized lignite) and addition of mineral Fe/Zn/Mn salts. Therefore, the raw materials used for the formulation of HUMIRON? Mix WSP are harmless and guarantee an environment-friendly product.

                            BENEFITS

                            Trace elements are involved in various processes related to photosynthesis and are associated with several enzyme systems that are vital for ensuring plant health. When crops suffer from Fe, Zn or Mn deficiencies, leaves tend to show interveinal chlorosis and the crop yield may be limited. The addition of HUMIRON? Mix WSP helps to counteract this disorder effectively.   

                            • Corrects Fe/Zn/Mn deficiencies
                            • Increases uptake of Fe/Zn/Mn and other nutrients
                            • Economic source of trace elements compared to traditional chelated sources
                            • Direct uptake of useful forms of Fe, Zn and Mn – prior conversion unnecessary
                            • Rich in humic and fulvic acids
                            • Very effective in alkaline soils
                            • Increases soils' water retention capacity and reduces nutrient losses
                            • Environment-friendly
                            • Acts as a natural chelator and complexing agent for trace elements in alkaline and calcareous soils and increases their availability for plants
                            • Decreases stress induced by drought and/or application of pesticides
                            • Reduces residues of herbicides and other toxic substances in the soil
                            • Is a natural product in contrast to synthetic chelates, which often contain excessive amounts of sodium (e.g. some types of EDDHA)

                            DIRECTIONS FOR USE *

                            In all crops
                            4–6 kg/ha, up to 12 kg/ha if trace element deficiency occurs, divided into several doses (1–2 kg/ha) during  season

                            Vegetables in greenhouses 
                            6–8 kg/ha, up to 12 kg/ha if trace element deficiency occurs, divided into several doses (1–2 kg/ha) during season

                            Horticultural fruit trees
                            6–8 kg/ha, up to 12 kg/ha if trace element deficiency occurs, divided into several doses (1–2 kg/ha) or 100–150 g/tree during season

                            Open field vegetables
                            4–6 kg/ha, up to 12 kg/ha if trace element deficiency occurs, divided into several doses (1–2 kg/ha) during season

                            Cereals, potatoes, legumes
                            4–6 kg/ha, up to 12 kg/ha if trace element deficiency occurs, divided into several doses (1–2 kg/ha) during season

                            Ornamental plants and forest nursery, landscaping, turf grass (in general)
                            6–8 kg/ha, up to 12 kg/ha if trace element deficiency occurs, divided into several doses (1–2 kg/ha) during season

                            Foliar application
                            500 g/1000l water every 2–3 weeks during season

                            * This recommendation may be varied according to the soil characteristics and local conditions.

                            HUMINTECH GmbH

                            Humintech is a biotech company based in Grevenbroich, Germany. We are primarily focused on the research, development and industrial production of humic matter and humic acids for the agricultural sector.  Our products find further use in the feed, pharmaceutical and construction industry, in veterinary medicine and for ecological purposes such as water purification and soil decontamination.

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                            Humintech GmbH

                            Am P?senberg 9-13
                            41517 Grevenbroich / Deutschland 

                            Phone: +49 2181 70 676 - 0
                            Fax: +49 2181 70 676 - 22
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