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Trace Elements

Correct your plant deficiencies

Discover our range of best Trace Elements

Liebig said that ” All the essential nutrients have equal value for plant growth ” .The yield of a crop depends on this in short supply , this is the law of the least. Therefore, for a balanced lubrication all macro and micro elements are necessary even if they are absorbed by the plant in small quantities.

We have created a set of trace elements capable of preventing or correcting any shortage of trace elements that could limit the growth and yield of crops. The series includes lysine-sulfonate ( LSA ) monoethanolamine ( MEA ) chelate ( EDTA ), most of which have biological affinity and chelate ( EDTA ) zinc.


Innovative complexion of Boron and Zinc. Ensures rapid correction and absorption of B and Zn in plants when applied foliarly

geo MANIFERT Complex

Contains high quality trace elements, especially Iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn). Ensures rapid correction and prevention of deficiency.


Pioneering calcium and magnesium fertilizer. It is complexed with the help of LSA ( ammonium lignosulfonate ) which in combination with the herbal extracts it contains


Liquid magnesium ( Mg ) fertilizer. The natural LSA complexing medium ( ammonium ligninesulfonate ) has the same chemical structure with cell walls


Liquid Zinc ( Zn ) fertilizer. Τhe natural LSA complexation ( ligninesulfonate ammonium ) has the same chemical structure with plant cell walls

geo HORTIFe 120

Iron fertilizer in a solid form. Directly absorbable by plants. Provides all the benefits of Fe:

Calcium for Plants


reduces physiological abnormalities associated with a lack of calcium, enhances flowering and improves fruit setting.

FAQ : All you need to know about geoHUMUS® Trace Elements

Trace elements in plants are mineral nutrients that are required in small quantities for proper growth and development. These elements include iron, manganese, copper, zinc, boron, molybdenum, and others. Trace elements are essential for various plant functions such as photosynthesis, respiration, enzyme activation, and cell division. Deficiencies in trace elements can cause stunted growth, yellowing of leaves, and other plant disorders. However, it is important to note that excessive levels of trace elements can also be toxic to plants, so it is crucial to maintain a balanced level of these nutrients in soil.

Choosing the right trace element products for plants can be challenging, but here are some general steps you can take to ensure you make the right choice:

  1. Determine the specific needs of your plants: Different plants have different nutritional requirements, and it’s important to identify the specific trace elements that are lacking in your plants’ diet. You can do this by performing a soil test or a plant tissue analysis.
  2. Choose the right trace element product: Once you have identified the trace elements that your plants need, you can select a product that contains those specific elements. There are many different types of trace element products available, including granular fertilizers, liquid fertilizers, and foliar sprays. Choose the one that best fits your plants’ needs and your preferred method of application.
  3. Consider the form of the trace elements: Trace elements can be available in different forms, such as chelated or non-chelated. Chelated forms are usually more effective because they are more readily absorbed by the plant, but they can be more expensive. Non-chelated forms may be cheaper but can be less effective.
  4. Read the product label: It’s important to read the label of any trace element product you are considering to ensure that it is safe to use on your plants and to follow the recommended application rates. Pay attention to any precautions or restrictions listed on the label.
  5. Consult with a professional: If you are unsure about which trace element product to use or how to use it, consider consulting with a professional, such as a horticulturist, agronomist, or agricultural extension agent. They can provide expert advice and guidance to help you choose the right product for your plants.

With over 38 years of testing and working hand in hand with thousands of farmers and growers all over Greece, our team of expert agronomists know exactly how to help with most crop problems and can advise you depending on your needs.

You may find our range of products at your local plant store or in most agricultural supply stores around Greece. Find where the closest geoHumus supplier for liquid biostimulant products located in your area.

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