Freya-Aqua™ (Cu) Copper, monofertilizer

Combined copper chelate complex with NPK. High need for copper: wheat, barley, triticale, oats, rice, carrots, alfalfa, flax, lawn grasses, onions, garlic. Average need: corn, sorghum, legumes, oilseeds, clover, cabbage, cucumbers, radishes, peppers, tomatoes, grapes, cherries, plums. For the correction of mineral nutrition and against plant diseases in different soil and climatic conditions and with different crop cultivation technologies.

  • Accelerates absorption of nutrients by plants.
  • Provides an increase in yield from 10 to 20%.
  • Provides plants with a balanced amount of nutrients.
  • An indispensable element for the processes of respiration, photosynthesis, nitrogen metabolism, lignification and resistance of plants against fungal diseases and lodging.
  • A noticeable regulatory role in the transport of electrons around the photosystem (PSI).
  • Provides detoxification of superoxide radicals. Activates protein synthesis processes.
  • Regulates the activity of nitrate reductase in legume nodules, which is involved in the processes of nitrate reduction during the assimilation of molecular nitrogen.
  • Improves the water exchange of plants in conditions of high temperatures and low air humidity.
  • Strengthens physiological resistance and adaptation of plants to high temperatures.
  • Protects chlorophyll from destruction.
  • Increases the profitability of high doses of nitrogen and phosphorus.
  • Participates in the biosynthesis of lignin, which is associated with the mechanical strength of the stem and resistance to lodging.
  • Increases the resistance of sunflower to rust, to powdery mildew in beets, late blight of potatoes, spotting and late blight of tomatoes, bacterial blight of potatoes.
  • It plays a key role in the transfer of water through the xylem and nutrients from the roots to the shoots.

Compounds, g/L

Copper Cu 55
Nitrogen N 30
Phosphorus P 6
Potassium K 5
Sulfur S 65

Dark blue liquid.



The greatest deficiency of copper (Cu) is observed on light, acidic, alkaline, carbonate-rich soils, on peat soils with a high content of organic matter and mobile phosphorus.

Consequences of copper (Cu) deficiency for plants:

  • violation of plant growth and development, metabolism;
  • decrease in resistance to pathogens;
  • destruction of chlorophyll;
  • reduction of lignification of cell walls and resistance to lodging;
  • destruction of flowers and deterioration of carbohydrate metabolism in wheat plants after flowering.

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