Complete foliar fertilizer for immediate effect at low zinc levels
Agroleaf Liquid Zinc is a high quality liquid foliar fertilizer, specially made to prevent and control zinc deficiency. Agroleaf liquid zinc is a Na-free product. It has been formulated to be widely used in all types of crops. Agroleaf Liquid contains a unique, ICL-owned technology that increases the efficiency of each blade application: F3 SurfActive
Liquid foliar fertilizer
Agroleaf Liquid is a new range of liquid foliar fertilizers for agricultural crops, vegetables and fruit. The new ICL technology in Agroleaf Liquid is the F3 SurfActive technology. F3 SurfActive is a specific blend of nonionic surfactants that improves the effectiveness of the sprayed solution via:
1. Better spreading: F3 technology lowers the surface tension of droplets and spreads nutrients optimally over the leaves. This results in a larger covered area for nutrient uptake.
2. Better adhesion: Better adhesion of water droplets to the leaf surface reduces runoff and deviations, and increases nutrient availability, especially on waxy leaves.
3. Better storage: F3 technology enables the storage of nutrients on the leaf surface that are reactivated by re-humidification (eg of high humidity). This provides long-term nutrition and improved utilization.
Nitrogen Total (N)
Phosphorus Pentoxide (P2O5)
Potassium oxide (K2O)
Agroleaf Liquid Z is a first-class water-soluble foliar fertilizer with all important elements. It contains Everris M-77 chelated trace element and stimulating package for optimal uptake through the foliage. Agroleaf Liquid Z can be mixed with a wide range of protective sprays. We recommend a test mixture when mixing with other chemicals.
For outdoor applications, dissolve 1-3 liters in 200 - 1000 liters of water per hectare. Can be mixed with many fungicides / insecticides. For mixtures with other chemicals, we recommend doing a small test before using it on a large scale. Recommended during periods of strong growth, at planting, at the 4-6 leaf stage, before flowering, fruiting and a few weeks before harvest. Avoid periods of adverse conditions (eg strong sunlight, high dinner temperature and excessive evaporation time).