EDDHA-Fe 6 is used as Agriculture and Garden ,foliar & base Supplement Iron micronutrient to plant. EDDHA-FE6 is the source of Iron micronutrient for plant growth and without which the disorders like iron colorists occurs which results in reduction in yields.
|Appearance||Assay||Ortho-Ortho content||Solubility||PH value (1% solution)||Rating|
|Deep brown powder or micro-granules||5.5-6.5%||30%/50%/60%/70%/80%||60 g/L
EDDHA-FE6 is used as Agriculture and Garden ,foliar & base Supplement Iron micronutrient to plant. EDDHA-FE6 is the source of Iron micronutrient for plant growth and without which the disorders like iron colorists occurs which results in reduction in yields.EDDHA-FE6 is a micro iron chelate and is developed for correction and prevention of iron deficiency in agricultural and horticultural crops, particularly in alkaline and calcareous soils.
|EDTA Chelation Fe|
|EDTA FeNA||12.5-13.5%||EDTA-FeNa.3H2O||Yellow Powder||3.5-5.5|
|EDTA FeK||12.0-13.0%||EDTA-FeK||Yellow Powder||3.5-5.5|
|EDTA FeNH4||7.0-8.0%||EDTA-FeNH4||Yellow Liquid||6.0-8.0|
|EDDHA Chelation Fe|
|EDDHA Fe 5||4.8-5.2%||1.8 - 4.8||Dark Red-brown Powder/Granule||7.0-9.0|
|EDDHA Fe 6||5.8-6.2%||1.8 - 4.8|
|EDDHA Fe 7||6.8-7.2%||1.0 - 2.5|
Rice, Cotton, Corn, Tea, Water melon, Banana, Wax apple, Grape, Peach, Pear, Cucumber, Chili.
1. Contains 6% water soluble iron chelated by EDDHA of which 4.0% is chelated by the most biologically effective ortho-ortho isomer.
2. EDDHA-Fe6 is highly stable iron chelate suitable for use in high pH soils with high calcium carbonate levels.
3. Free-flowing, dustless and readily soluble spray agglomerated micro-granules.
4. Compatible with soluble phosphates thereby remaining effective in hydroponics and liquid feed systems.
- To prevent and correct iron deficiency in most, horticultural, ornamental and arable crops growing in soils of adversely high pH. Recommended for soil application either directly or via fertigation systems..
- As a highly effective iron source in hydroponics especially during periods of poor iron uptake caused by environmental or physiological factors.