Typical NANOMIN micro-nutrient protocols for cotton, citrus, rice and sugar cane shown below.

NANOMIN

Typical application rates

1 to 5 liters per acre


The Suspension of Micro Nutrients is a breakthrough innovation in conventional plant nutrient technology featuring a blend of four of the latest technologies.


  • Mineral ionization
  • Colloidalization of  amino acids
  • Embedding ionized minerals in a matrix of colloidal proteins
  • Bio encapsulation using a bio polymer


Continuous efforts are being made all to improve the Fertilizer Use Efficiency (FUE) which is vital in sustainable agriculture. Solid, granule fertilizers that are water-soluble as well as liquid fertilizers and expensive chelated are available. Prior efforts in producing better characteristics in liquid fertilizers were minimal as optimizing the nutrient release pattern was a challenge.


Now, thanks to modern technologies, it was possible to produce a new generation of liquid fertilizers with optimized nutrient release patterns by reducing particle sizes but bigger than that of nano-particles, thus eliminating toxic effects of Nano Nutrient Particles and retaining better bio-availability, low dose rate, ease of use and lower costs.

Micro-suspended Nutrients deliver highly bio-available minerals to the plants which result in:

  • improved root and shoot growth
  • improved stress resistance
  • increased lipid content
  • increased starch
  • increased sugar content
  • increased yield


Features of NANOMIN PROTOCOL


  • Absorbed and metabolized more efficiently.
  • Absorbed by different routes than inorganic minerals.
  • Absorbed by the amino acid transport system.
  • Delivered in a form similar to that found in the body.
  • Easily pass intact through the intestinal wall to the blood stream.
  • Increases passive absorption by increasing water and lipids
  • Solubility of the mineral nutrient.
  • Movement through cell membranes.
  • Stable at a low pH.


Thus these Green Techniques enable a safer, economical, eco-friendly, sustainable, better and user-friendly solutions to crop production in many ways for a sustainable agriculture with fortified nutrients available to end users with no risks to health or environment.




Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Gold, Iodine, Iron, Manganeze, Magnesium, Selenium, Molybdenum, Vanadium, Zinc.


All the above can be offered in 50 ppm mineral content and 0.003 % nitrogen or 100 ppm mineral content or .006 % nitrogen.



PROTOCOL FORMULATIONS FOR USE IN AGRICULTURE ARE BASED ON

  1.  LEAF AND YIELD PROXIMATE ANALYSIS
  2.  THE OPTIMUM YIELDS AND ASSUMING NOTHING NEED BE TAKEN AWAY FROM THE SOIL

SUGAR CANE

FOR SUGAR CANE
8 kg
FERROUS SULPHATE
0.48
MN SULPHATE
0.264
ZINC SULPHATE
0.288
COPPER SULPHATE
0.08
BORON

0.08

AMINO ACIDS
2.4
WATER
13
TOTAL
16.592


CITRUS
FOLIAR SPRAY FOR CITRUS
In kg
COPPER SULPHATE
0.02875
FERROUS SULPHATE
0.704
MANGANESE SULPHATE
0.3564
BORIC ACID
0.33
AMMONIUM MOLYBDATE
0.01
ZINC SULPHATE
0.4312
SODIUM SELENATE
0.00275
CHROMIUM PICOLINATE
0.000925
 PROTEIN                   
3.75
WATER TO MAKE UP TO 100 L


NANOMIN  IS A CUSTOM BLEND OF MICRO-NUTRIENTS FOR EACH DIFFERENT CROP
IT IS THE MOST POTENT MICRO SUSPENDED PLANT NUTRIENT TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE ANYWHERE !

First spray 60 days after planting. Mix 4 liters in 200 liters of water per acre. Second spray 90 days after planting. Mix 6 liters in 300 liters of water per acre.

COTTON
FOR COTTON
In kg
TSP
0.3
POTASSIUM CHLORIDE
1
ZINC SULPHATE
0.8
MAGNESIUM SULPHATE
0.25
BORON
0.1
FERRIC CITRATE
0.015
COPPER SULPHATE
0.05
AMINO ACIDS
2.6
CHITOSAN
0.4
WATER
100
Total KG's
105.515





































 




FORMULATION OFFERED BASED ON CLIENTS REQUIREMENTS


INDIVIDUAL MINERALS THAT CAN BE OFFERED


RICE
FOR RICE
In gm
COPPER SULPHATE
0.6
FERROUS SULPHATE
14
MANGANESE SULPHATE
7
BORIC ACID
7
AMMONIUM MOLYBDATE
0.23
ZINC SULPHATE
8
COBALT CHLORIDE
0
SODIUM META SILICATE LIQUID
0

MAGNESIUM SULPHATE
6
AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE

0
SODIUM BICARBONATE
0
BETAINE
0.5
AMINO ACIDS
45
WATER
2000
TOTAL

2088.33


2.5 mL in a liter of water and spray on both surfaces of the leaves. First spray 15 to 20 days after transplanting, Second spray at 25 to 30 days after first spray.












Electron Microscopic Photo of Copper