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Zinc defeciency causes deformity of fruits, rosette on pecans, white bud on corn and on citrus, peach and grape is usually represented by small, lighter colored leafs and interveinal chlorosis. Extreme zinc defeciency can also cause fruit and nuts to be bitter and branch die off in citrus.

Using pure zinc products for plants can be dangerous, they are usually too strong and are for tanning, ceramics or manufacturing. Only a small percentage of these products is available to plants and may cause severe burning.

Zinc in plants is used in the formation of chlorophyll and some carbohydrates, and the conversion of starches to sugars and processing of nutrients to the plant.
Zinc is also essential in the formation of auxins, which help with growth regulation and stem elongation.

The trace elements in our Zinc EDTA chelate are fully mobile, have a stable structure, no reactions with other nutrients, offer a more synergistic absorption with no detrimental effects and a higher utilization rate. 100% of our EDTA Zinc is available to plants. Zinc also helps plants process NPK.

1/2 teaspoon per gallon

Pots and Containers
1/2 teaspoon per gallon

Large plants and trees
1 teaspoon per gallon

Hydroponics 1/4 tsp per gallon. Soilless, Coco or Rockwool Blocks and Slabs Use 1/4 teaspoon per gallon of water for young plants and seedlings, 1/2 teaspoon for adult plants, 1 teaspoon for large plants.


Measure PPM Of irrigation water, Mix 1 Teaspoon per gallon evenly with water, measure ppm then adjust injection rate accordingly. Amount can be increased depending on plant size.

Drench 1 tablespoon per 5 gallons
Drench Large trees 2 tablespoons per 5 gallons

Guaranteed Analysis  CAS # 14025-21-9
Zinc (ZN) Chelated ..... 14%