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What is S-Chelate?

Small quantities of various minerals have long been recognised as essential to the healthy growth of plants and the S-Chelate process has been developed to deliver the micronutrients that each plant requires with the optimum level of chelation.

Our chelating agent is produced through a biological fermentation process instead of a synthetic chemical process and is less bioaccumulative than other chelated systems.

The wide pH range and ability to absorb high levels of alkali shown in our titration test indicate high tolerance to soil and growing media pH extremes and hotspots and broad ranging bioavailability.

Many plants have benefited from one or other of our S-Chelate products. From Courgettes to Orchids, potatoes to figs our bio friendly products deliver the right nutrients across all types of soil. Moreover the recent trial growing Avocados from stones, comparing the S-Chelate-O 12* against two well-known competitor plant growth products, has confirmed the benefits of our chelation technology. Please click here to see the effect of using our S-Chelate products.

 

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Benefits of using S-Chelate Nutrients

  • Eco-Friendly, they don’t build up in the environment
  • Cheaper - makes more economic use of expensive minerals
  • Function across a wider pH range than competitive products
  • More efficient – our technology transports the nutrient quickly into the plant
  • Versatile they are compatible with most fertilizers and pesticides
  • Adaptable - can be applied as coating to NPK granules or as foliar treatment

Who Benefits From S-Chelate?

The S-Chelate technology provides benefits across the board from the Agronomist who needs a special agent to rectify the deficiencies in the soil available to grow the chosen product to the home gardener wishing to improve the look of their indoor plants.

Our S-Chelate Product Range

The S-Chelate product range offers an important contribution to successful agriculture, horticulture, gardening and even those leisure activities requiring a healthy grass surface.

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