Magnesium sulfate

Magnesium sulfate
Fertilizers

Magnesium sulfate

Magnesium - the most important element of the assimilation processes of plant nutrition, plays the role of a structural component of living cells. This central atom of the photosynthetic pigment accumulates the energy of the sun and converts it into the energy of chemical bonds in molecules of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, performing the main function in biochemical reactions occurring in plant organs - participation in protein biosynthesis. The Mg2 + cations, “crosslinking”, structure the protein into glomeruli, thereby providing a stable configuration - a conglomerate. As a structural component of magnesium sulfate fertilizer, the use of magnesium in the cell is throughout the life cycle, including indirect cell division - mitosis. Fertilizer activates the flow of growth processes, maintaining a high level of amino acids. Along with calcium, magnesium is part of the pectins of cell membranes. The element has a positive effect on the transportation and absorption of phosphorus. At the same time, magnesium is stored in the main organic matter containing phosphorus phytin. With sufficient intake of magnesium sulfate, the stems will be resistant to lodging, resistant to fungal infections, such as rust.

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