Chelated Copper Fertilizer(300 ML)

Rs 149

Copper. In plants, copper is important mostly as a catalyst (it promotes chemical reactions without becoming part of the product of those reactions). Its indirect role is an important one, though: without it, plants will not develop normally. Copper is also important in the formation of protein pigments found in red blood cells, making it a key micronutrient for animals and humans as well as plants.

 

Copper (Cu) is necessary for carbohydrate and nitrogen metabolism, so inadequate Cu results in stunted plants. Copper also is required for lignin synthesis, which is needed for cell wall strength and wilt prevention. Deficiency symptoms of Cu are stem and twig dieback, leaf yellowing, stunted growth, and pale green leaves that wither easily. Symptoms generally appear on young plants

COPPER IS THE MOST IMMOBILE OF THE MICRONUTRIENT

MANY VEGETABLE CROPS SHOW CU HUNGER WITH LEAVES THAT LOSE TURGOR AND DEVELOP A BLUISH GREEN SHADE BEFORE BECOMING CHLOROTIC AND CURLING

COPPER IS NECESSARY TO CHLOROPHYLL FORMATION IN PLANTS AND CATAYZES SEVERAL OTHER PLANT REACTIONS

Without adequate copper, plants will fail to grow properly. Therefore, maintaining fair amounts of copper for the garden is important


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