FLOURISH Mn SO4 (Mangenese Sulphate)
It is important for normal functioning of many enzymes, nitrogen metabolism
and carbon dioxide assimilation.
Manganese sulphate; contains 30.5 % Mn.
Rice: Chlorotic patches between veins are first noticed on younger leaves.
Wheat: Leaves show interveinal chlorosis with grayish yellow to pinkish brown
specks of variable size confined largely to lower portion. At later stage, specks
coalesce forming streaks or bands in-between the veins which remain green.
Acute deficiency may lead to drying of whole plant.
Pulses: Interveinal chlorosis and mottling in young leaves is noticed. Brown
lesions in cotyledons are commonly noticed.
Foliar spray of 0.5 % manganese sulphate solution at tillering in rice and crown
root initiation in wheat is recommended.