Freya-Aqua™ (Mn) Manganese Amino, monofertilizer

Combined complex of manganese chelate with NPK and amino acids. The following crops respond to manganese deficiency: corn, legumes, alfalfa, sunflower, beetroot, potato, apricot, apple, peach, plum, cherry, grape, raspberry, onion, garlic, cucumber, radish, lettuce, spinach.

The composition of the drug includes amino acids of the L-series. They have a chelating effect and provide better penetration of microelements into plant cells, they are a reserve for the construction of proteins and contribute to the stable operation of the enzymatic systems of plant cells under stressful conditions. 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%.
  • It plays an important role in redox processes, respiration and photosynthesis, resistance of plants against fungal diseases.
  • Provides detoxification of superoxide radicals.
  • Activates the processes of protein synthesis, affects the reduction of sulfates.
  • Improves the water exchange of plants in conditions of high temperatures and low air humidity (reduces transpiration, increases the ability of plant cells to retain water).
  • Increases physiological resistance and adaptation of plants to high temperatures.
  • Strengthens (normalizes) synthesis of vitamin C, carotene, glutamine.
  • Promotes the formation of sugars in tomatoes and sugar beet root crops.
  • It has a positive effect on the accumulation of starch in potato tubers.
  • Plays an active role in protecting chlorophyll from destruction.
  • Increases the payback of high doses of nitrogen and phosphorus.
  • It plays a key role in the transfer of water through the xylem and nutrients from the roots to the shoots.
  • Affects the transfer of phosphorus from aging leaves to young ones.
  • It shows fungicidal properties.

Compounds, g/L

Manganese Mn 55
Nitrogen N 8
Phosphorus P 6
Potassium K 5
Sulfur S 76
Amino Acid L-α 38

Transparent liquid, light pink color.



The greatest deficiency of manganese is observed on carbonate, highly calcareous, peaty, heavy in granulometric composition, with a high content of organic substances and other soils with a pH of more than 6.5. With an increase in pH to 7.5, the content of soluble manganese compounds in the soil decreases 10 times (!).

Manifestation of manganese deficiency:

  • aggravates at low temperature and high humidity, so winter grains are most sensitive to shortages in spring;
  • on young leaves, the signs are similar to chlorosis: the leaves are covered with yellow-green spots with brown and white areas, their growth is inhibited;
  • in dicotyledons, the signs of starvation are the same as those of iron deficiency, only green veins are usually not so sharply distinguished on yellowed leaves. In addition, brown, necrotic spots appear very quickly;
  • in legumes, chlorosis occurs between the veins of young leaves, discoloration and deformation of seeds;
  • in fruit trees, together with leaf chlorosis, there is a weak leafiness of trees earlier than the usual falling of leaves, and with strong manganese starvation – drying and dying of the tops of branches.

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