Everything for horticulture Personal advice from our specialists Worldwide delivery of 30 000 products
Search your products below, and request a quote within 30 seconds
Logo image

Easymix Soft Fruit 1 kg

Do not delete this link

Easymix Soft Fruit 1 kg

Item no. 150212408
pot
box = 12 kg
box = 12 pot
pallet = 500 kg
pot = 1 kg
On working days your request will be handled within 24 hours by the responsible account manager for your region. Royal Brinkman does not deliver to consumers or companies outside horticulture.
- Personal advice from our specialists
- Worldwide delivery of horticultural supplies
- Request a quotation within 30 seconds

Description

Easymix Soft Fruit is a trace element mixture, poor of sodium and specifically designed for the use in soft fruit. The mixture contains chelated trace elements and there for the crop can take up these elements from the substrate really easily. There has to be made sure that the pH of the water is below 7. A higher pH will affect the stability of some of the chelates and there for can have a negative effect on the plant uptake.

Use Easymix Soft Fruit as a regular trace element mixture during fertilization or specifically use it during signs of deficiency. Dependent on the level of iron in the substrate an extra dosage of iron chelate can be advized.


Composition

Boric acid (B)0.8%  
Copper (Cu)0.4% EDTA chelated
Iron total (Fe)4.95%
Iron (Fe)4.65% DTPA chelated
Iron (Fe)0.30% EDDHA chelated
Manganese total (Mn)4.7%
Manganese (Mn)1.2% EDTA chelated
Molybdenum (Mo)0.5% 
Zinc (Zn) 3.5% EDTA chelated


Dosage

Adviced dosage in a 1,000 liter container is 1-2 kg Easymix Soft Fruit per 100 kg of fertilizer.
For foliar fertilization, depending on the need of the crop, 25-50 grams Easymix Soft Fruit per 100 liters of water (min. 400 liters spray liquid per hectare). Always try a test spray to prevent damage.


Packaging

The Easymix Soft Fruit is available in packages of 1 kg and 25 kg.


Other Easymixes

Because the Easymix is a very specific trace element mix, there are several mixes available for other cultivations:

» More about chelates

Do not delete this link