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Product Overview

Copper (Cu) 12.5%

Zinc (Zn) 4.5%

Sulphur (S) 4.5%


F-212G is a homogenous grade of copper oxide and copper sulphate with a low analysis to ensure a better distribution throughout the fertilizer blend.

Particle size: Size Guide Number (SGN) – 220
Bulk density (lb per cubic foot): 90 – 95
Salt index: 20

Key Benefits At A Glance

  • F-212G has optimum water solubility providing excellent plant availability and compatibility with all fertilizer blends.
  • Supplies an initial amount of copper sulphate for immediate needs and copper oxide for soil buildup and extended plant needs.
  • A homogenous blend with a low analysis, to ensure a better distribution and maximum feeding sites throughout the field.

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CuCopper Copper is essential for cell wall strength, specifically in the anther where the viability of pollen formation is crucial to the yield of the plant.
Copper is important for chlorophyll production, protein synthesis, respiration, standability and the efficient use of nitrogen.

ZnZinc Zinc is essential in a wide range of plant functions as an enzyme co-factor, in protein synthesis and protein structure, hormone regulation, early root development, energy production and is key for seed formation.

SSulphur Sulphur has many critical functions in plant including: Formation of chlorophyll essential for photosynthesis. The majority of Sulphur in crops is as a constituent of three S-containing amino acids (cysteine, cystine and methionine), which are the building blocks of protein. It is important for yield and crop quality, and essential for enzyme activation, nitrogen metabolism and in oilseeds it is crucial for oil synthesis.

Copper Deficiency Symptoms

  1. Tips begin to spiral or twist.
  2. Light green in colour.
  3. Poor standability.
  4. Empty bleach/grey heads can appear like grey patches called melanosis, you can also see this discoloring on cereal stubble fields suffering from copper deficiency. Copper deficiency is often correlated with diseases such as ergot.

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How It Works

  1. Copper diffuses outside of granule up to 1/2". This creates a 1" sized feeding site.
  2. With root inception of the feeding site the plant will receive enough copper for that year.
  3. Remaining copper is used for soil building for future crops.

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