SPIC Zinc Sulphate (Mono Hydrate)

SPIC Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate contains 33% zinc, an essential component of various enzymes systems for energy production, protein synthesis, and growth regulation. Zinc has the most obvious effect on photosynthesis. All flowering plants require zinc for flower production, fruit set and seed set. Almost half of Indian soils are deficient in zinc. Among all secondary and micro nutrients, deficiencies of zinc have a more devastating effect on cultivated crops. SPIC Zinc Sulphate is a highly water soluble, transparent, colorless, crystalline compound, containing sulphur, which is also an essential element. It can be used for all crops.

APPLICATION

SPIC Zinc Sulphate application is the most common and successful long term strategy for eliminating Zinc deficiencies. SPIC Zinc Sulphate – Monohydrate can be applied as basal by broadcasting mixed with required sand and can also be applied by top-dressing / placement as detailed in the table.

Crop Dosage/acre Time of application
Paddy, Wheat 8 kg At the time of planting or 15 days after planting.
Sugarcane 10 kg Between 30 and 60 days of planting.
Banana, Coconut 15 kg Between 3 and 5 months of planting.
Cotton 10 kg Between 25 and 35 days of sowing
Vegetables, Groundnut, Turmeric, Pulses, Maize 10 kg At the time of planting/sowing

SPIC Zinc Sulphate

1 Kg / 5 Kg Bags

SPECIFICATION

S. No. Composition Content
(i) Free flowing powder form
(ii) Matter-insoluble in water, per cent by weight Maximum 1.0
(iii) Zinc (as Zn). per cent by weight Minimum 33.0
(iv) Lead (as Pb), per cent by weight Maximum 0.003
(v) Copper (as Cu), per cent by weight Maximum 0.1
(vi) Magnesium (as Mg), per cent by weight Maximum 0.5
(vii) Iron (as Fe), per cent by weight Maximum 1.0
(viii) pH not less than 4.0
(ix) Sulphur (as S),per cent by weight Minimum 15.0
(x) Cadmium (as Cd),per cent by weight Maximum 0.0025
(xi) Arsenic (as As),per cent by weight Maximum 0.01