Chelated Iron as Fe EDTA (F e 12%)

Chelated Iron as Fe EDTA (F e 12%)

Ferrous EDTA (Technical)

Iron (Ferrous) deficiency in plants is one of the hardest to correct. Iron application as inorganic salts usually revert rapidly to forms not available to plants. Nutrient Ferrous EDTA Contains element Iron which is chelated with EDTA (Ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid) with 100% chelation, enriched with primary nutrients NPK. This product is which the nutrient cations are bound in a ring like structure by organic molecules. The EDTA here is the organic molecule which works as the chelating agent to bind Ferrous. The chelated product is meant to keep the nutrient Iron (Fe) in a soluble but stable form till the nutrient is absorbed by the root.

It can be used as fertilizer to overcome Iron deficiency symptoms in plants which require iron for their normal growth and high quality yield. It can be used as soil application or foliar spray.

Ferrous EDTA increases chlorophyll content of healthy green leaves. It also prevents chlorosis and spiraling leaves.

Ferrous EDTA increases the productive tillers in wheat and paddy crop. It induces resistance to pests and diseases, further Nutriment Ferrous EDTA boosts growth rate, dry matter accumulation and increases yield.

Method of Applications::

Dissolve 100gms of Ferrous EDTA in 200 Liters of water and spray

Chemical Formula C10H12FeN2NaO8
Appearance Light yellow powder
Iron Content ≥ 12%
pH (1% Solution) 4.0 - 7.0
Solubility Completely soluble in water
Chelation Stability High
Density ~ 0.5 g/cm³
Bulk Density ~ 0.3-0.6 g/cm³
Molecular Weight 367.0 g/mol
Moisture Content ≤ 0.5%
Particle Size 95% pass through 200 mesh sieve
Metal Chelated Ferric iron (Fe3+)
CAS Number 15708-41-5
Stability Stable under normal conditions
Odor Odorless
Melting Point Decomposes before melting
Storage Store in a cool, dry place
Toxicity Low toxicity, handle with care
Applications Agricultural fertilizers, micronutrient supplements
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