Magnesium nitrate is widely used in drip irrigation and soilless cultivation, but the role and use of agricultural magnesium nitrate are not well understood by many farmers. Below Richase shares what is the role of agricultural magnesium nitrate and how to use agricultural magnesium nitrate. For your reference only!
The effect of magnesium nitrate on crops:
Magnesium nitrate is easily soluble in water, liquid ammonia, methanol and ethanol. Magnesium nitrate can provide water-soluble nitrate nitrogen and water-soluble magnesium to crops, can quickly supplement magnesium to crops, increase chlorophyll content in plants, and promote photosynthesis of crops. And magnesium nitrate is completely soluble in water and can be quickly absorbed by plants.
At the same time, magnesium nitrate does not contain sulfur and chlorine, and can be used in various crops, especially suitable for crop seedlings. Magnesium nitrate is widely used as a fertilizer for soilless cultivation of crops.
Application method of magnesium nitrate:
1. Magnesium nitrate can be used as a basic raw material fertilizer for special soilless cultivation or drip irrigation. Because of the high purity and high solubility of magnesium nitrate, it helps prevent the dripper from blocking.
2. Magnesium nitrate can be used as a raw material for crop foliar fertilizers or water-soluble fertilizers, and can also be used to produce various liquid fertilizers.
This article details the effects of agricultural magnesium sulfate on crops and how to use agricultural magnesium sulfate. In addition, remind everyone that magnesium nitrate cannot be mixed with other phosphates at high concentrations to avoid precipitation and reduce fertilizer efficiency and block drippers.