Micronutrients are elements which are necessary in small amounts for the proper development and growth of plants, as they regulate the metabolic processes essential for their growth. Micronutrient deficiencies can lead to decreased production.
Helps build enzymes and improves nitrogen fixation in legumes.
Enhances flowering and pollen fertility processes.
It is essential for the formation of chlorophyll,and therefore directly affects production.
Takes part in the formation of auxins and growth hormones. Essential for forming fruit.
Macronutrients play a very important role in plant growth and development. Their functions range from being structural units to redox-sensitive agents. Application of macronutrient increases yield, growth, and quality of crops. Macro nutrients are involved in every step of plant life. Every macronutrient has its own character, and is therefore involved in different metabolic processes of plant life.
Helps foliage grow strong, affects the plant’s leaf development. It also gives plants their green color due to its assistance with chlorophyll production.
Assists with the growth of roots and flowers. It also helps plants survive harsh climates and environmental stressors.
Strengthens plants, helps contribute to early growth and assists the plants in retaining water. It also keeps the plants from contracting diseases and insects.
Aids in the growth and development of cell walls. Well-developed cell walls help resist disease. It’s also helpful in cell metabolism and the uptake of nitrate.
Contributes to the green coloration of the plants.
Resists disease and helps form and grow seeds. It also aids in the production of amino acids, proteins, enzymes and vitamins.