Micronutrients and their function

Micronutrients and their function 

Farmer friends, today we will look at the function of micronutrients on the crop and learn a little about the effects on the crop. Details will be provided shortly

The micronutrients and information are as follows

1) Iron - Fe)
Importance  : - Iron is a very important element. (Chlorophyll) Green matter gives green color to the leaves. Plants cannot produce chlorophyll without iron. Moreover, plants cannot take in oxygen. So iron helps maintain the yellow color of the leaves.

2) Manganese - Mn
Importance: - Manganese is used in plants for various functions like photosynthesis, respiration, and proper nitrogen uptake. Manganese causes pollen germination, an increase in pollen ducts, and an increase in immunity to pathogens. Manganese deficiency stunts crop growth and keeps the crop in the same condition as it is.

3) Zinc - Zn
Significance: - It is one of the eight essential nutrients. Although required in small quantities for plants, it is important for plant growth. It is one of the main constituents of many enzymes and proteins in plants. Zinc activates enzymes that are responsible for the synthesis of specific proteins. It helps in the production of chlorophyll and some carbohydrates, the conversion of starch into sugar as well as the prevention of temperature in plant tissues.

4) Copper - Cu
Significance: - Copper plays an essential role in the process of photosynthesis. Required for respiratory processing of crops. The taste, color and color of the flowers of the crop is best with the right amount of copper. Copper is stable which means that its deficiency symptoms appear in new leaves. Newly arrived leaves are small and the leaves are not bright. 

Molybdenum - Mo)
Importance: - Molybdenum is used to convert nitrate in crop or nitrogen taken from soil into protein. Symptoms of nitrogen deficiency can occur if malibdenum is not obtained in the right amount. And that's why the edges of the water look like they've been stored without using nitrate.

Boron (Bron - B)
Importance: - Boron acts as cell division in crops. As any living thing on this earth grows, its cells divide. Crops do not grow properly if cell division is disrupted. Boron deficiency is seen in the growth of shoots, flowers and fruits.


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