Ideal for Fruits, Veggies, Vines, and Grains
Iron is one of the most abundant elements on earth and is essential for maintaining maximum green required for high production photo synthesis. This element, however, is not often plant available and can be easily tied up in alkaline or even water logged soils.
Over fertilizing with elements such as calcium, Zinc, manganese, phosphorus, or copper can tie up iron if they are present in high amounts. Our liquid iron has been chelated with carbon and other trace elements to minimize leaching, improve uptake, and minimize the chance of burning. Iron is essential for biological nitrogen fixation and protein synthesis.
Symptoms of lack of iron include leaves turning yellow or brown in the margins between the veins which may remain green, while young leaves may appear to be bleached. Fruit would be of poor quality and quantity.