• oxide
  • elemental
Nitrogen Total (N) 0%
Phosphorus Pentoxide (P205) 0%
Potassium Oxide (K20) 9%
Water soluble (K20) 9.0%
Water soluble 2.30%
Chelated by EDTA 2.30%
Water soluble 3.700%
Chelated by EDTA 3.700%
Nitrogen Total (N) 0%
Phosphorus (P) 0%
Potassium (K) 7.5%
Water soluble 7.5%
Water soluble 2.30%
Chelated by EDTA 2.30%
Water soluble 3.700%
Chelated by EDTA 3.700%

Chelates stable at

pH 4-8

Density (g/cc) at 20°C

1.34 ±0.02

Agroleaf Liquid Zinc M+

Zinc M+

3.7% Zn EDTA + 2.3% Mn EDTA

  • Advantages
  • Directions for use
  • Compatibilities
Directions for use

Foliar spray
It is generally advisable to perform 2-3 preventative treatments: on arable crops during the period of greatest vegetative growth, and on woody crops in the states coinciding with the start and development of major sprouting, avoiding full flowering periods. For these treatments, dilute at the rate of 200-400 cc/Hl without exceeding 8 L/Ha per application (maximum dose to be applied if deficiencies
are observed).

In the case of citrus crops in particular, the recommendation is to apply an initial dose in spring once new shoots have appeared, when the sufficiently developed new leaves are 2/3 of their natural size, followed by a second application within 15 days, and a third application during
summer flowering. For applications with a total use of less than 2000 L/Ha, use an average dose of (350 cc/Hl) and for higher volumes (up to a maximum of 3,000 L/Ha), use the minimum dose (250 cc/Hl).

Stone and pip fruit
Applications should be made during periods of greatest vegetative growth, when the crop has sufficient leaf mass. The recommended dose is 200-250 cc/Hl with a maximum use of 1000 L/Ha. 

The recommended dose is 150-200 cc/Hl with a maximum use of between 800 and 1000 L/Ha.


This product can be used in conjunction with the majority of the most commonly used pesticides in foliar sprays. However, avoid mixing with oil-based products. A test should always be performed or the Technical Department of the supplier should be consulted to find out the compatibility of particular mixtures.

Agroleaf Liquid Zinc M+ is a double corrector for Zinc and Manganese deficiencies in which both micronutrients are present in a chelated form, developed for preventative and curative application by means of foliar spraying and/or fertigation, both on arable and woody crops.