Contact Us
Position:Home > News > Industry News >

what are the benefits of zinc sulfide to plants

2018-09-07 11:24 View:
Zinc is mainly used as a metal activator of enzymes in plants. The earliest discovered zinc-containing metalloenzyme was carbonic anhydrase, which is widely distributed in plants and is mainly found in chloroplasts. It catalyzes the hydration of carbon dioxide and promotes the fixation of carbon dioxide in photosynthesis. Zinc deficiency reduces the activity of carbonic anhydrase. Therefore, zinc is important for the formation of carbohydrates.

Zinc is also involved in the synthesis of auxin (indoleacetic acid) in plants. In the absence of zinc, tantalum silicide powder the auxin content in plants is reduced, growth and development are stagnant, stem segments are shortened, plants are short, and leaf elongation is blocked. Forming leaflets and clustering leaves. There are pale green, yellow or white rust spots between the veins, especially on the old leaves. In the field, the plants are uneven, the maturity is delayed, and the fruit is poorly developed.
In China, it has been reported that zinc-deficient plants include rice “rice shrinkage seedlings”, “frozen seedlings”, “sitting scorpion”, “white bud disease” of corn, “lobular disease” of fruit trees such as citrus, and “bronze disease of tung oil tree”. "Wait. The zinc content of crops is generally 20-100 mg/kg, and zinc may be deficient below 20 mg/kg. Different plants are sensitive to zinc deficiency.

Some plants are particularly sensitive to zinc deficiency magnesium nitride in the soil and can be used as indicator plants in zinc-deficient areas. Among the fruit trees, citrus and peach are particularly good indicator plants. In field crops, corn and flax are particularly sensitive to zinc deficiency. The ragweed is a zinc accumulator with a zinc content of up to 4000 mg/kg, which is an indicator of excessive zinc in nature. According to the sensitivity of plants to zinc deficiency silicon nitride, it can be divided into three. Plants are not sensitive to zinc deficiency, moderately sensitive, highly sensitive barley, sorghum, corn peach wheat, alfalfa, sweet corn, cherry oats, clover, rice, nectarine rye, potato, buckwheat, apple pea tomato, Soy, avocado carrot, sugar beet, cotton, pear mustard, edible beet, flax, plum mint, sudangrass, ramie, apricot, cocoa, tobacco, citrus, onion, sunflower, tungsten carbide grape, pasture, hop, Walnut, tung tree, pecan cabbage, mango, lettuce, pomegranate, celery, papaya, spinach, coffee.

Tungsten carbide nano powder (99.9% )
Nano Boron carbide powder (Nano CB4 Powder)
Tantalum carbide powder (nano particle size)
Nano Titanium carbide powder (Nano TiC powder)
Nano Fe2O3 powder (99.9%)
Nano Aluminium Nitride powder (Nano AlN powder)
Nano Tungsten disulfide powder (Nano WS2 powder)
Nano SiO2 dispersing agent
Nano silver Powder (Nano Ag powder purity 99.99)
MoDTP (Liquid Molybdenum Dithiophosphate)
Water-based zinc stearate (Vinyl lubricant )