Nutriclik Singles – ZINC EDTA 12%


  • Facilitates essential biochemical processes in plants.
  • Boosts photosynthesis and hormone synthesis.
  • Improves enzymatic activities vital for growth.
  • Increases resistance to stress and diseases.
  • Enhances nutrient uptake and availability.
  • Suitable for various crops and soil types.

Enhance your crop cultivation with the power of ZINC EDTA. This specialized agricultural solution is designed to optimize the availability and absorption of zinc, a crucial micronutrient, by your plants. Zinc plays a pivotal role in various biochemical processes, including photosynthesis, hormone synthesis, and enzyme activation. Our ZINC EDTA product ensures that your crops receive the right amount of this essential element, promoting healthy growth, improved yield, and enhanced overall plant vitality.

Formulated using advanced chelation technology, ZINC EDTA offers superior stability and efficiency in delivering zinc to your plants. Its chelated structure prevents nutrient lock-up in the soil and enhances nutrient uptake by plants, even in challenging soil conditions. Whether you’re cultivating fruits, vegetables, grains, or ornamental plants, our ZINC EDTA solution is a reliable choice to address zinc deficiencies and promote robust, thriving crops.

Choose ZINC EDTA to unlock the potential of your crops and ensure healthier, more productive harvests. Elevate your agricultural practices with this essential micronutrient solution.


Zinc (Zn) is an essential micronutrient for plant growth and development, playing a crucial role in various physiological and biochemical processes. Its mechanism of action in plants involves multiple pathways that contribute to overall growth, health, and productivity. Here’s an overview of the key mechanisms through which zinc functions in plants:

  1. Enzyme Activation: Zinc serves as a cofactor for numerous enzymes involved in various metabolic reactions. These enzymes play vital roles in processes like DNA synthesis, protein synthesis, and cell division. Zinc’s presence is necessary for the proper functioning of these enzymes, which are essential for plant growth and development.
  2. Photosynthesis: Zinc is essential for the synthesis of chlorophyll, the pigment that captures light energy during photosynthesis. Adequate zinc levels promote efficient photosynthesis, enabling plants to convert light energy into chemical energy (glucose), which fuels their growth.
  3. Auxin Production: Zinc influences the production and regulation of plant hormones, particularly auxins. Auxins play a crucial role in cell elongation, root development, and various other growth processes. Adequate zinc levels help maintain balanced hormone levels for optimal plant growth.
  4. Protein Synthesis: Zinc is a crucial component of ribosomes, the cellular structures responsible for protein synthesis. Adequate zinc availability ensures the production of essential proteins needed for plant growth, stress response, and defense against pathogens.
  5. Starch Formation: Zinc plays a role in the formation of starch, a carbohydrate that serves as an energy reserve in plants. Starch accumulation is important for providing energy during periods of reduced photosynthesis or increased demand.
  6. Resistance to Stress: Zinc contributes to the synthesis of antioxidants and other molecules that help plants combat oxidative stress. Plants with sufficient zinc levels are better equipped to cope with various environmental stresses, including drought, temperature extremes, and pathogen attacks.
  7. Nutrient Uptake: Adequate zinc levels enhance the uptake of other nutrients, particularly phosphorus. Zinc’s presence in root cells promotes nutrient absorption and transport, supporting overall nutrient balance within the plant.
  8. Root Development: Zinc is necessary for proper root development, influencing root elongation and branching. Well-developed roots improve nutrient and water uptake from the soil, leading to healthier plants.

It’s important to note that while zinc is essential for plant growth, excessive levels can be toxic. Maintaining the right balance of zinc in the soil is crucial for preventing both deficiency and toxicity. Zinc’s mechanism of action underscores its significance in enhancing crop yield, quality, and overall plant resilience in various agricultural settings.

Chelated Zinc as Zn EDTA – 12%


Mix 1 – 1.5 ml of Nutriclik singles – ZINC EDTA in 1 litre of water.

  • Spray 2 to 3 times before or after flowering.
Foiler Spray
Foilar Spray - 250g / Acre
Pass Trough Drip
Drip - 500g / Acre
Soil Applicaiton - 2 kg / Acre
  • For optimal results, use along with Barrix Wetter.
    Spray within 6 hours after mixing with water.
  • Do not mix with any other agrochemicals.
  • The user assumes all risks and liabilities resulting from handling, use, or application.

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