Magnesium Plus

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    Magnesium Plus is a fully water soluble liquid fertilizer containing high concentrations of nitrogen, magnesium, manganese & sulphur


    Magnesium is a vital constituent of chlorophyll and is therefore a crucial element in all crops.

    Magnesium deficiency is often experienced in areas of light sandy soils with a low pH. Magnesium deficiency will be exhibited as pale white stripes on the leaf, leaf tip browning and
    reddish interveinal discolouration. Magnesium deficient plants will be characterised by lack of vigour and delayed reproductive stages.

    A wide range of crops are susceptible to magnesium deficiency including cereals.

    Apply where deficiency is confirmed or as a maintenance application


    Magnesium Plus prevents and corrects magnesium deficiency.

    Conforms with Regulation (EU) 2019/1009 of the European Parliament and the Council of 5 June 2019 (EU fertilising products)

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