Why do we recommend customers to use Amino Acid Chelated Trace Elements instead of using Amino Acid + Inorganic micro-fertilizer?
(Take zinc sulfate as an example)
1. Zinc sulfate is a kind of inorganic fertilizer, in which the zinc content is only 34.2%, others are impurities and filling materials. Inorganic zinc is easily fixed in the soil, long-term use of this inorganic fertilizer will destroy soil structure and cause soil acidification and compaction, leading to an increase in toxic substances, affecting the survival of soil microorganisms, reducing soil fertility.
While Amino Acid is a high-end expensive nutrient to plants, it can enhance cell division, stimulate chlorophyll biosynthesis and easily be absorbed by plants.
Mixing these two fertilizers will get precipitation and result in the underutilization of the Amino Acid, which is very uneconomical.
2. Among the Amino Acid chelated zinc (Amino Acid: 28%, Zn 10%), this 10% zinc content is a small molecule organic zinc without impurities, which is more easily absorbed and utilized by plants than macromolecular inorganic zinc.
Amino acid chelated Zn can supply nutrients at the same time supply trace elements, it’s a perfect combination of organic fertilizers and trace elements, and we accept the customization of chelating various trace elements (Zn, Mg, Mn, Ca, Mo, Cu, Fe, B ).
3. Amino acid gives plants nutrients that inorganic fertilizers cannot replace, we are a professional organic fertilizer company and our Amino Acid has got the OMRI certification from the US, sincerely hope everyone would choose organic fertilizers instead of inorganic, to build our green land earth.