It has a number of significant advantages

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  • It contains the maximum amount of microelements, including cobalt, molybdenum, boron, and magnesium. Microelements, similarly to vitamins, are needed for the main in an organism. Without them there can exist no life.
  • Due to the chelate structure these compounds they are being absorbed by the plants 15 times faster than non-organic compounds. Non-organic compounds include microelements in the forms of salts and have effect only in much higher concentrations, they might also have been chelated by using  EDTA (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid), this causes amphoteric boron and molybdenum to be in the forms of salt, and not in the forms of chelate, this is why they are useless in given concentrations.
  • It is being by using several organic polyacids. To form the chelate structure we use Trilon B or EDTA (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid), (1-Hydroxy Ethylidene-1,1-Diphosphonic Acid), EDDC (Ethylenediaminedisiccine acid), as well as organic dicarboxylic and tricarboxylic acids.
  • It contains amphoteric microelements of boron and molybdenum in the forms of stable highly active chelate compounds HEDP.
  • In contrast to many other similar fertilizers it contains expensive, yet very important for metabolic processes – cobalt chelate.
  • It is balanced in content of mesophilic elements of magnesium, calcium and sulfur. Chelated magnesium and calcium (in the majority of other fertilizers these elements are not chelated) do not destroy valuable chelate compounds of other elements and do not transform them into salts.
  • Stability of chelated compounds (HEDP and EDDC) in a large range of pH allows for an effective use of these fertilizers on acidic, neutral, and even slightly soil.
  • In contrast to many other microfertilizers, which are manufactured in dry forms, it doesn’t need to be diluted.