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Vensun Micro

We provide different products in Vensun Micro range which covers all requirements. We provide the best quality of fully chelated products for foliar application. Micronutrients are just as important as macronutrients, but the amount required is small. Plants differ in their requirements for certain micronutrients.



Boron is essential for cell wall formation and rapid growing points within the plant, such as reproductive structures. It is required for carbohydrate transport in plants; it also assists in metabolic regulation. Boron deficiency often results in bud dieback. Boron deficiencies are more pronounced during drought periods when root activity is restricted.


It is a key component of enzymes. Symptoms of copper deficiency include browning of leaf tips and chlorosis. Copper (Cu) activates enzymes and catalyses reactions in several plant-growth processes. It helps in the synthesis of Vitamin A and protein. Copper is required for chlorophyll formation in plants and catalyses several other plant reactions.


It is essential for chlorophyll synthesis, which is why an iron deficiency results in chlorosis. Most Fe fertilizer sources work best applied as foliar sprays.


It activates several important metabolic reactions and plays a direct role in photosynthesis. Soybeans and wheat require more Mn than many crops. Manganese deficiencies are most common in high organic matter soils and in those soils with naturally low Mn content and neutral to alkaline pH.


It is essential for plant health. Molybdenum is used by plants to reduce nitrates into usable
forms. Plants use it for nitrogen fixation, thus it is required to be added to some soils before seeding legumes. Molybdenum is vital for the process of symbiotic nitrogen fixation by Rhizobia bacteria in legume root modules.


It participates in chlorophyll formation and also activates many enzymes. Symptoms of zinc
deficiency include chlorosis and stunted growth. It was one of the first micronutrients recognized as essential for plants and the one most commonly limiting yields.


Vensun Micro- Chelated Iron as Fe-EDTA

Vensun Micro- Combi

Vensun Micro- Bhumi

Vensun Micro- Chelated Zinc as Zn-EDTA

Vensun Micro- Di-Sodium Octa Borate Tetra Hydrate

Vensun Micro- Zinc Sulphate Heptahydrate

Vensun Micro- Ammonium Molybdate

Vensun Micro- Ferrous Sulphate

Vensun Micro- Magnesium Sulphate

Vensun Micro- Zinc Sulphate Mono-hydrate

Vensun Micro- Copper Sulphate

Vensun Micro- Manganese Sulphate

Vensun Micro- Chelated Calcium as Ca-EDTA

Vensun Micro- Chelated Copper as Cu-EDTA

Vensun Micro -Boric Acid

Vensun Micro -Di Sodium Octa Borate Tetra Penta Hydrate

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