Microfertilizers – essential plant support

Ukraine has the third most fertile land, so more than 60% is used for growing crops. Continuous exploitation of farmland leads to soil depletion.For optimal plant growth and decent yields, constant soil replenishment is necessary.

What are microfertilizers for?

Various trace elements help the plant:

  • grow well;
  • be strong;
  • improve immunity;
  • resist negative weather conditions.


If such microelements as boron, cobalt, iron, zinc, molybdenum, copper, manganese are lacking in the soil, then the growth and development of crops slows down.

As a result, the metabolism worsens, the intensity of respiration decreases, the processes of photo and biosynthesis go astray. The lack of substances in the soil can be noticed by the condition of the plants or by doing a soil analysis. Microfertilizers are not needed in large quantities, but they help to optimally enrich the soil.

Types of microfertilizers

Microfertilizers are complexes or mono-fertilizers. In a form accessible to the root system, they supply the necessary microcomponents to the soil. The division of fertilizers into types occurs according to the main active ingredient:

  • molybdenum;
  • copper;
  • boric, etc.

The complexes may include 2 or more trace elements. Mono feeds are well suited for feeding at specific growth stages and maintain an accurate dosage.

Application of microfertilizers

Agrarians and farmers wishing to grow a rich harvest use the necessary types of fertilizers in nutritional cubes containing components in a certain proportion, and in the form of mono-dressings.

The supply of micronutrient fertilizers from the world’s leading manufacturers is carried out by LLC Ukrainian Agrarian and Chemical Company. Contacting the company’s specialists will allow you to get detailed advice on the selection and use of specific fertilizers in the farm.