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Mg-Energy

+ micro package 

Available in 1000L and Bulk

Mg-Energy + micro pack:  3-0-0-4    6%Mg

Application Rates:

1-2L/acre with 10 US GAL water. 

Apply in 20-day intervals where magnesium is deficient. 

Can be used with pesticides and other foliars. 

What is Mg-Energy?

Magnesium plays a crucial role in agriculture as an essential mineral for plant growth. It is a key component of chlorophyll, the molecule that allows plants to photosynthesize. Magnesium aids in the process of capturing sunlight and converting it into energy, which is vital for plant development.

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Benefits:

- Chlorophyll Production: Magnesium is a central component of chlorophyll, necessary for photosynthesis. It helps plants produce their own food, enabling them to grow and thrive.

- Nutrient Absorption: Magnesium helps plants absorb other essential nutrients, such as phosphorus and nitrogen. It facilitates the uptake of these nutrients from the soil, ensuring balanced growth.

- Enzyme Activation: Magnesium activates many enzymes in plants, regulating various biochemical reactions. These enzymes are involved in processes like seed germination and overall plant metabolism.

- Abiotic Stress Resistance: Adequate magnesium levels contribute to stronger cell walls in plants, making them more resistant to abiotic stress.

- pH Regulation: Magnesium helps regulate soil pH levels. Proper pH balance is crucial for nutrient availability in the soil, ensuring that plants receive the necessary minerals.

- Stress Tolerance: Magnesium aids in stress tolerance, helping plants withstand adverse environmental conditions such as drought and extreme temperatures.

- Fruit and Seed Development: Magnesium is essential for the development of fruits and seeds. It influences the quality and quantity of the harvest, contributing to better yields. Farmers often use magnesium-containing fertilizers to supplement the soil's magnesium levels when necessary, ensuring that plants have access to this vital nutrient. Overall, magnesium's role in agriculture is indispensable for sustainable and healthy crop production.

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