ProChip Soil MaxGro

ProChip Max Grow contains micronutrient essential: Cuprum (Cu), Vanadium (V), Molybdebnum (Mo), Manganese (Mn), Zinc (Zn), Natrium (Na) in concentration of 0,00001 mg/% (10-6)

Leaf and Chlorophyl are very important part of a plant where photosynthesis process takes place. In many tropical area, studies showed that a lot of micronutrient defficiency has occured. (fig 1).

Cuprum (Cu)

Cuprum (Cu) is crucial for photosynthesis. Symptoms for copper deficiency include chlorosis. It is involved in many enzyme processes; necessary for proper photosynthesis; involved in the manufacture of lignin (cell walls) and involved in grain production. It is also hard to find in some soil conditions.

Vanadium (V)

Vanadium may be required by plants, but at very low concentrations. It is very important in building chlorophyl multiplication. It may also be the substitute for molybdenum.

Molybdenum (Mo)

Molybdenum (Mo) is a cofactor to enzymes. It is important in building amino acids and is involved in nitrogen metabolism. Molybdenum is a part of the nitrate reductase enzyme (needed for the reduction of nitrate) and the nitrogenase enzyme (required for biological nitrogen fixation). Reduced productivity as a result of molybdenum deficiency is usually associated with the reduced activity of one or more of these enzymes.

Manganese (Mn)

Manganese (Mn) is necessary for photosynthesis, including the building of chloroplasts. Manganese deficiency may result in coloration abnormalities, such as discolored spots on the foliage.

Zinc (Zn)

Zinc (Zn) is required in a large number of enzymes and plays an essential role in DNA transcription. A typical symptom of zinc deficiency is the stunted growth of leaves, commonly known as “little leaf” and is caused by the oxidative degradation of the growth hormone auxin.

Natrium (Na)

Natrium (Na) is involved in the regeneration of phosphoenolpyruvate in CAM and C4 plants. Sodium can potentially replace potassium’s regulation of stomatal opening and closing.