TRACE ELEMENTS

> intervene in carbohydrate metabolism and transport of carbohydrates,

> plays an important role in the formation and fertility of pollen,

> takes part in protein synthesis and is essential for good resistance in cell walls,

> enables cation absorption (Ca2+ for example),

> regulates water entry into the cells.

> catalyses the formation of growth hormones (auxins),

> is incorporated into the chlorophyll,

> reinforces the cell walls (anti-lodging),

> plays a role in nitrification,

> stimulates germination and growth.

> catalyses the chlorophyll development process,

> plays an important role in the transport of oxygen in the plant (respiration),

> takes part in the formation of a number of enzymes.

> contributes to the synthesis of chlorophyll,

> activates the transformation of nitrites into better developed
forms of nitrogen (amino acids – proteins),

> boosts the atmospheric nitrogen fixing by legumes.

> contributes to nitrogen assimilation,,

> boosts the “nitrate reductase” enzyme action,,

> takes part in the nitrogen fixing by bacteria..

> plays a significant role in the formation of several
growth hormones (auxins),

> stimulates the early growth and development of fruits,

> catalyses oxidation-reduction reactions.


TRACE ELEMENTS

picto-oligo-elements

Boron, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Zinc

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SECONDARY ELEMENTS

picto-elements-secondaires

Calcium, Magnesium, Sulphur

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MAIN ELEMENTS

picto-elements-majeurs

Azote, Phosphore, Potassium

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PHYSIO-STIMULANTS

picto-physio-stimulants

Polyols, Algae, Nutrients

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