- This contains Mn-30.5%. It helps in photosynthesis and regulates auxin levels.
- Disintegration of chloroplast occurs in manganese deficient leaves.
- It helps to develop disease resistance and improves seeds quality.
- Wheat crop demands more Manganese; however, it can be used on all crops.
Manganese deficiency results in dead spots or patches. Yellowing between the leaf veins of young leaves, with browning of leaf edges on acid-loving plants is observed. The pattern is not as distinct as with iron. Palm fronds are stunted and deformed, called "frizzle top." There is a general reduction in size of plant parts (leaves, shoots, fruit). Symptoms typically appear as a speckling and mottled appearance, usually seen on the younger (upper) leaves, which then develop into necrosis.
Foliar Spray: Dissolve 1Kg of Ujjawala Manganese in 100-150 liter of water and spray liberally on both the sides of leaves. First spray should be 30 days after germination / transplant. Repeat the sprays at 20 days’ interval.