MANGANESE SULPHATE POWDER
MANGANESE SULFATE GRANULAR
MANGANESE SULFATE MONOHYDRATE
MANGANESE SULFATE MONO 98%
AGRICULTURAL GRADE MANGANESE SULFATE
Water Insoluble Matter
Manganese Sulphate is important element in plant nutrition which
help top increase chlorophyll in plant which helpsincrease the
healthiness and prospective growth of plants, its efficient Mn and
S nutrient for all types of soils, especially in the soil contains
low organic matter and in the soil with high pH.
Used as a porcelain glaze, as a fertilizer additive and as a
It is added to soils to promote plant growth, especially of citrus
crops. It is a good reducing agent for manufacturing paints,
Non Agricultural Uses
Used in textile dye, fungicides, medicines and ceramics.
Used as a nutrient and dietary supplement in foods.
Used in ore flotation, as a catalyst in viscose process and in
synthetic manganese dioxide.
Used as a nutritional factor and in poultry in veterinary medicine
Used as laboratory reagent.
Plants use manganese (Mn) for enzyme activity involved in
carbohydrate metabolism. They also use it for making fatty acids in
every transfer during photosynthesis.
Manganese Sulphate supplies manganese, which is used to alleviate
manganese deficiencies. Manganese sulphate is also applied to soils
or as a foliar application for cereal production where a history of
Mn deficiency exists. Gardeners use several methods to deliver
manganese sulfate to plants; foliar sprays and soil applications
are the most common.
a.Water the plants slowly and deeply at least one week before
applying the manganese sulfate.
b.Add the required amount of water to the sprayers' tank. Add the
manganese sulfate, swirling the tank as you do so to mix it with
c.Spray the foliage thoroughly, until the product drips from the
plant, unless the label specifies otherwise.
a.Water the plant deeply the week before applying the manganese
sulfate. The product should never be applied to a plant that is
heat or drought stressed.
b.Add the manganese sulfate granules to the spreader.
c.Use a rake to spread the manganese sulfate out to the drip line.
Water the application area, to a depth of 6 inches, immediately
d.Wash off any granules that land on the plants' foliage.
Attention: Do not allow the manganese sulfate granules to touch the
plant's trunk. Keep it at least 3 inches away.
Typical soil application rates for manganese sulphate are 15kg/ha,
however in some highly deficient situations rates of up to 25kg/ha
may be required.
For foliar applications to cereal crops, apply Manganese Sulphate
Soluble at 8-10 kg/ha, dissolved in 200 litres of water. For crops
with visual M