Russian Amino Chelate Fertilizers of Agrovin Type Applied on White Cabbage


When applying synthetic chelate fertilizers, the plant ”takes away” only the element of nutrition, and the chelator (as a foreign element, ballast) gets into the soil, where over time, accumulating, creates negative environmental consequences. The use of amino acids in foliar fertilizers is one of the most promising ways to eliminate the impact of harmful environmental conditions on agricultural plants. In addition, consumers have recently been very interested in organic food and have been demanding quality and food safety. Translocation of amino acids takes place both in the phloem and in the xylem, which helps to dispose of nitrogen in the roots and above-ground part of the plant and accelerates the retransmission of nutrients in plants, in particular, fixed elements. The absorption rate of amino acids depends on the biological characteristics of the plants and the characteristics of the amino acids. The research is aimed at determining the influence of leaf fertilizing with amino chelate fertilizers of the Agrovin series on the growth, development and yield of white cabbage.

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