Amino acid Chelate zinc fertilizer (AminoZn)

The product is obtained from the hydrolyzed protein. containing free amino acids, total water soluble. it contains plants micro elements Zn as amino acid chelated form.

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AminoZn is a revolutionary crop supplement designed to help plants perform at their peak! Enriched with 25-30% amino acids and 10% chelated zinc, AminoZn is the perfect solution to support plant growth, improve nutrient uptake and increase crop yields.

AminoZn's unique formula provides plants with an array of essential nutrients, including amino acids and zinc. Zinc is essential for plant growth and development as it plays a key role in photosynthesis, hormone regulation and enzyme production. Additionally, zinc is an important component of many crop fertilizers, making AminoZn the ideal solution to ensure your crops receive the proper nutrient balance.

Designed for ease of use, AminoZn is available in a variety of application methods including foliar spray and soil application. Its advanced chelation technology ensures that zinc is easily absorbed by plants. No matter in greenhouse, in the field or in a hydroponic system, AminoZn is the perfect solution to achieve maximum crop yields.

AminoZn's unique chelation of amino acids and zinc increases plant vigor, promotes root growth, and helps plants absorb nutrients more efficiently. Not only does it promote growth and development, but it also helps the plant resist environmental stress and disease, thereby promoting the overall health and vitality of the plant.

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Light Yellow

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Details of Zinc

Zinc indirectly affects the synthesis of auxin in crops. When the crops are deficient in zinc, the content of auxin in stems and buds decreases, the growth is stagnant, and the plants are dwarfed; at the same time, zinc is also an activator of many enzymes. Metabolism has wide-ranging effects and thus aids photosynthesis; zinc also enhances plant stress resistance; increases kernel weight and alters the ratio of seed to stem.

1. Zinc can enhance the photosynthesis of crops. It is an important component of some enzymes such as carbonic anhydrase in crops. Zinc-containing carbonic anhydrase mainly exists in chloroplasts, catalyzes the hydration of carbon dioxide and promotes the conversion of carbohydrates, thereby increasing the intensity of photosynthesis. Zinc also promotes and enhances the transport of carbohydrates, especially sucrose, to reproductive organs, which has positive implications for the development of this organ.

2. Zinc is beneficial to the formation of auxins such as indole acetic acid.

3. Zinc has the effect of promoting nitrogen metabolism. The nitrogen metabolism in zinc-deficient plants is prone to disorder, and the accumulation of protein is inhibited, resulting in the accumulation of ammonia. Zinc can improve the chlorosis of plants; the reason is that it promotes protein synthesis and increases the protein content in grains.

Symptoms of Zinc Deficiency in Crops

Symptoms of zinc deficiency in crops mainly occur in the early stage of growth, and are mainly manifested as shortened internodes, dwarf plants, smaller and deformed leaves, and chlorotic stripes or white stripes, forming leaf clusters. However, the symptoms of zinc deficiency vary from crop to crop.

Crops Detail Symptom
Rice Symptoms generally appear 2 to 4 weeks after transplanting. First, the middle rib of the new leaves turned green and white, and then the middle and lower leaves showed a lot of brown spots and streaks from top to bottom and from the inside to the outside; Withered, dry and cracked, new leaves are short and short, the upper and lower leaf pillows are juxtaposed, the leaf sheaths overlap, the tillers are small and few, the plants are short, the internodes are shortened, and the roots are thin and reddish-brown.
Corn The symptoms first appeared in the seedling stage. The newly unearthed maize seedlings appeared white. When the seedlings grew 4 to 5 leaves, yellow-white stripes parallel to the veins appeared between the leaf veins; Cracks along the stripes, the leaf margins are scorched, few new roots grow, the roots turn brown, the plants are short, the ear is short and the grains are bald.
Wheat The symptoms first appeared in the seedling stage. The leaves of the seedlings appeared abnormally gray-green, with chlorosis between the veins, light gray spots on the surface of the leaves, yellowing of the leaf tips and leaf margins, and the plants were dwarfed.
Fruit Trees When citrus, grape, peach, pear, apricot, cherry, bayberry, apple and other fruit trees are deficient in zinc, the internodes of the branches are shortened, the branches are rosette-shaped, and the leaves become smaller and cluster at the ends of the branches. When the symptoms are severe, the new branches gradually die from top to bottom, and sometimes the leaves fall off prematurely to form dead top branches, and the fruits are smaller.

General Reason Analysis:

1. Zinc deficiency in crops is manifested in zinc-deficient soils. In alkaline and neutral soils, available zinc < is fixed by organic matter in the soil to form insoluble zinc.

2. On soils with high phosphorus content, crops often show symptoms of zinc deficiency. Excessive application of phosphorus fertilizer can easily lead to zinc deficiency. Excess inorganic phosphorus combines with zinc in plants to form precipitation in leaf veins, resulting in zinc deficiency in plants.

3. It is related to the comprehensive effect of adverse environmental factors such as the accumulation and toxicity of herbicides and organic pesticides in the soil.

Benefits of AminoZn:

The nutrients are relatively balanced, and it can improve the physical and chemical properties of the soil and improve the aggregate structure of the soil.  it can directly offer organic matter to the crops and ground. Meanwhile, Amino acid has the functional groups of amino and carboxyl are the chelating agent for metal ions, which can complex (chelate) metal ions, and it is easy to carry Zinc into plants. In this way, plant utilization of various nutrients can be improved. It can be directly absorbed by various organs of plants, passively absorbed or osmotically absorbed under photosynthesis, and obvious effects can be observed in a short period of time after use. At the same time, it can promote the early maturity of crops and shorten the growth cycle.


Frequently Asked Question

1. What kind of package could AminoZn be packed?
Normally, raw material is always in 20 or 25kg bags. Some US clients choose 50lb packs.
Brand packing can be made according to clients' requirements.

2. How about the lead time?
Normally, samples are around 1 week. Bulk goods around 15 working days.


The product can reduce the energy used by plants for their production and translocation. The energy saved can be used by plants for other vital processes.

Irrigation and foliar spray is recommended for the usage, dilution Rates:
Foliar spray: 1: 650-1100;
Irrigation: 1: 600-700;

Packaging and Storage

Packaging and storage Available in 1Kg, 5Kg, 10Kg, 20Kg bag,jumbo bag;
Storage: Dry, cool, direct sun light proof, moisture proof warehouse;
Shelf life: 36 months.

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