Grow Plant Chelated Zinc Fertilizer Zn 6%

6% Zinc (Zn)


Product Description:

Grow Plant Chelated Zinc 6% Zn is an extra-efficient zinc liquid fertilizer, representing a form of zinc designed to prevent zinc deficiency and promote healthy growth in crops.

When zinc content is low in plants, their reaction is obvious. They slow down their growth, their fruits are deformed, and the characteristic discoloration of the leaves occurs.

Zinc is involved in all vital processes important for the plant: photosynthesis, chlorophyll formation, and respiration for plant growth and development. Zinc, acting as a vital micronutrient supplied in forms such as zinc sulfate or chelated zinc, is also responsible for metabolic reactions and other important processes in the plant organism.

In plants, zinc is concentrated in their young organs and vital centers, such as the tops of plants and young roots. Phosphorus and nitrogen in the nutrient medium affect the absorption of zinc, which can be mitigated by the application of a chelated zinc fertilizer. 

Deficiency of Zinc: Symptoms in the Soil and Crops

Zinc is stationary in the plant, which means that low levels of zinc occur first in the new growth, usually as a light green to yellow coloration between the green veins. In more severe cases, the upper internodes are shortened, and the plants acquire a bushy appearance in their upper parts.

The leaves are incorrectly shaped with wavy edges and are narrower. Although the new leaves are the most vulnerable, symptoms also include older leaves that turn yellow, pale yellow, white, or bronze. Later, the chlorotic tissue, suffering from a deficiency potentially corrected by zinc chelate application, turns brown or transparent and subsequently wilts.

Overall, plant growth is limited. The quality of production deteriorates due to the lack of essential micronutrients, impacting crop health.

The symptoms of zinc deficiency are similar to those of manganese (Mn), iron (Fe), and magnesium (Mg), and in many cases, to confirm them, it is necessary to carry out a soil test or do foliar analysis.

Common reasons for zinc deficiency are increased levels of nitrogen, phosphorus, and/or calcium. An excessive amount of these elements hampers the absorption and distribution of zinc in plants. Additional reasons include high pH (pH ≥ 8.0), high solar radiation, and unfavorable soil conditions.

Why Choose Our Zinc Liquid Fertilizer to Fight Zinc Deficiency?

First of all, there are different zinc sources, but they are not all created equal. Let’s take zinc sulfate, for example. Although it’s commonly used to treat zinc deficiency, it’s not an organic solution. On the other hand, chelated products are the better alternative from an ecological point of view. Our chelated zinc fertilizer is one of the few products on the market that can best meet your agricultural needs. Say goodbye to the issues caused by deficient zinc for good.

* The product is available in packs of 1, 10, and 20 l.


Physical Properties:
pH: 5-6
Crystallization temperature: -4°C
Relative Weight: 1.19 kg/l


Fertilization Rates:

Maintain the right zinc levels in the soil and in your plants with our water soluble chelated fertilizer. A great source of zinc, it’s designed to make your plants stronger.

The number of applications varies from two to three, with a maximum solution concentration of 2%. Keep on reading to find out more about the uses of our chelated zinc fertilizer:


  • Application phase – At the beginning of the inflorescence formation
  • Application – 2-4 l/ha leaf application


  • Application phase – In the 4th-8th leaf phase
  • Application – 2-4 l/ha leaf application or 4-8 l/ha drip irrigation


  • Application phase – Three weeks after germination
  • Application – 2-4 l/ha leaf application or 4-8 l/ha drip irrigation


  • Application phase – When the third leaf appears
  • Application – 2-4 l/ha leaf application or 4-8 l/ha drip irrigation

Fruit plants

  • Application phase – After flowering, when the first symptoms of deficiency appear
  • Application – 1-2 l/ha leaf application or 2-4 l/ha drip irrigation


  • Application phase – Before flowering
  • Application – 1-2 l/ha leaf application or 2-4 l/ha drip irrigation