zinc product for plant growth
Engimins Zn Plant Nutrients and Fertilizers
800 to 2000 INR/Kilograms

Product Details : 

  • Grade : Organic
  • Product Name : Engimins Zn Plant Nutrients and Fertilizers
  • State : Liquid
  • Place of Origin : India
  • Supply Ability : 150000 Kilograms Per Day
  • Desciption
  • Additional Info

Bio-available Zinc (Organic plant nutrient)

It is a biotechnologically derived product in organic complexed form & it is bio-available to crops under various environmental conditions. The product is based on natural complexing agents unlike synthetic agents available widely in market, which lodge themselves in the soil and are not biodegradable and not completely absorbed by the crops. ENGIMINS Zn contains zinc complexed with multiple organic acids. Zinc bonds with multiple organic acids to form organic-complexed nutrient. This bond facilitates the encapsulation of nutrients till the time it is released to the crops and ensures complete bioavailability even in less concentration of nutrients.

Bioavailability is generally defined as the degree to which nutrient in the product is absorbed in a form that can be metabolized by the host.

About 90% of the total zinc required as nutrition for plants moves towards roots by diffusion. This lateral movement of zinc is highly dependent upon the soil moisture and this is the reason of zinc deficiency in soil of arid and semi-arid areas. ENGIMINS-Zn is an organic nutrient that activates enzymes in plant photosynthesis.

It is bio-available to crops under various environmental conditions, particularly in arid environments and calcareous soils having high pH. It is useful to crops for forming chlorophyll in leaf and other parts and for the production of carbohydrates. After application of ENGIMINS-Zn yellow chlorosis, that is a sign of zinc deficiency can be rectified in various crops. It improves emergence of new flush and buds.

Bio-available Zinc provides strength to all crops.

ENGIMINS Zn is required by plants in micro-levels for maintaining enzymatic activity and auxin levels. It is involved in the production and use of growth regulators.  A deficiency of Zinc greatly reduces plant growth and quality of all crops.

Note : Phosphorous fertigation blocks the zinc absorption fram the soil or reduces it dramatically.

ENGIMINS Zn  supplementation by foliar application is advised at the time of phosphorous application

General method of application: (For detail application schedule, please go through dosage tables)

Apply at 5 ml per lit of water through foliar spray/soil drenching/drip irrigation, 3 times during vegetative growth stage and reproductive stage.

Note: Base your application on soil, petiole or tissue analysis. The lower rates should be used for maintenance while the higher rates will correct nutritional deficiency

Price & Quantity :
PriceMinium Order Quantity
800 to 2000 INR/Liter100 Kilograms
Product Specifications :
Product NameStatePlace of OriginGradeColor
Engimins Zn Plant Nutrients and FertilizersLiquidIndiaChemicalMulti color available
Trade Information :
Supply AbilityPackaging DetailsDelivery TimeMain Domestic Market
150000 Kilograms Per Day1 Ltr bottles, 25 ltr canisters, 200 ltr barrels, 10 kg bags, Bulk 7-45 DaysAll India


Number of sprays


Horticulture crops               

3 to 6

1st at flowering,  2nd at fruit      

setting,3rd at fruit growing stage,4th                                     

at 3 weeks before harvesting.Repeat                                    

at petal fall.Use higher application on

Bitterpit sensitive crops

Olive tree


First spray during flower bud formation,

2nd at fruit development stage,3rd at

the beginning of fruit colour change

Soy Beans, Beans,   Groundnuts, Maize Wheat, Oats,   Barley, Field crops   


First spray in growth phase. Repeat the sprays at 10 to 15 days intervals.



First spray at 15 days after Cucurbits, transplantation. Repeat at 10 days intervals.

Onion, Potato, Garlic 


First spray starting at tuber initiation.                     

Repeat the sprays at 10 to 15 days intervals.



First spray at emergence of 1st square formation. 2nd spray at flowering stage. 3rd spray 30 days after 2nd spray.



1st spray in vegetative growth.

2nd spray at bud formation.

3rd spray at flower growth

4th spray at the time cutting.

Fodder/forage crops              


1st spray in vegetative growth.

2nd spray in reproductive growth.

3rd spray, 10 to 15 days before cutting.                

Sugar Cane            


First at 30 days after planting.

2nd at 60/90 days planting.

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