The Initial symptoms include interveinal chlorosis on young leaves, which can be similar to those of iron deficiency. In later stages of zinc deficiency, newly emerged leaves will likely to be narrow and remain small. Symptoms that might occur as the severity level increases are shortening of the internodes, necrotic spots, and bronzing of the leaves.
Zinc is an important micronutrient needed in small quantities by all plants. Within the plant, it functions as an activator of enzymes and is involved in the producing the growth hormones. A zinc deficiency can result in poor plant growth and development.
Ajoutez du sulfate de zinc (ZnSO4) ou de l’oxyde de zinc (ZnO) au sol. Dans les sols alcalins (pH élevé), la forme chélatée (Zn-EDTA) du zinc présente un avantage par rapport à la forme inorganique du zinc.
Une autre méthode consiste à pulvériser du sulfate de zinc ou du chélate.
*Names marked in red are considered to be highly poisonous to beneficial insects.
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