Microbial biostimulant for Zinc Mobilisation

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Zinc is one of the eight essential elements under the micronutrient category that has a direct impact on plant growth and productivity. Although required in minor amounts, it plays a crucial role in plant growth hormone production as well as shoot growth. Zinc in soil is mostly in unavailable form and is often overlooked in crop nutrition. Magic Gro ZMB contains unique zinc mobilising bacteria that are capable of converting unavailable zinc into soluble form by the production of organic acids and enzymes, naturally facilitating zinc assimilation into the plant system.




1. enhances zinc uptake by crop & improves yields
2. aids in production of plant growth promoting hormones and enzymes.


1. enhances zinc uptake by crop & improves yields
2. aids in production of plant growth promoting hormones and enzymes.

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After using Magic Gro, my cotton yield has increased to 15 quintals/acre. The cotton is of better quality, and the plants are healthy and green.
Satish Barbade, Farmer in Amravati

My banana farm was experiencing the dreaded Sigatoka disease that causes fungus and spots on the leaf area. I came across Magic Gro which not only reduced spots but improved overall fruit and plant health. Now my plantation is said to be the best in the district. I am thrilled with the results shown by Magic Gro.
Vasant Patil, Farmer in Jalgaon

We used Magic Gro consistently for three years without any interference and the result: green and healthy crops. Grapes grew to their fullest bloom, and their quality was excellent. We experienced better immunity and excellent growth. Even the chilling cold did not have any adverse impact.
Subhash Awadh, Farmer in Nashik


Can Magicgro ZMB be used in all kinds of farming practices?

Yes,Magicgro ZMB is suitable for all sustainable farming practices. The use of natural biostimulant Magicgro ZMB can help maximize your zinc uptake efficiency and alleviate deficiency symptoms if the root cause of the deficiency is biological.

How does Magicgro ZMB help in the uptake of zinc?

The plant growth promoters in Magicgro ZMB acts as it improves the zinc nutrient assimilation efficiency of your crop. The unique mix of zinc mobilising bacteria produce necessary enzymes and other metabolites to convert zinc into bioavailable form and transport it to the plant rhizosphere.

What are the benefits of Magicgro ZMB ?

Magicgro ZMB enhances zinc uptake by crops. It acts as a biostimulant as it accelerates plant growth by influencing plant growth promoting hormones. The microbial plant growth promoters present in Magicgro ZMB regulate enzyme and hormone production due to their biostimulant nature.

How do I use Magicgro ZMB?

Magicgro ZMB is a biostimulant that can be used by drip irrigation or drenching.

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