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Blue Terra Nutrition™ MultiMix

Water-soluble micronutrient fertilizer

Blue Terra is Mar Vista’s line of innovative crop nutrition products for conventional crop production. The comprehensive portfolio includes adjuvants, liquid fertilizers, foliar nutrients, water-soluble nutrients, dry fertilizers, micronutrients, oil formulations and more.

Blue Terra Nutrition™ MultiMix is formulated to prevent and correct boron, copper, iron, manganese, magnesium, zinc and sulfur deficiencies. It is a completely water-soluble aqueous solution.

  • Contains 5% sulfur, 3% zinc, 2% iron, 2% manganese, 0.5% magnesium, 0.5% copper and 0.2% boron
  • Convenient all-in-one micronutrient product
  • Compatible with soil or foliar applications
  • Increases plant uptake and nutrient mobility
  • Gluconic acid complexed micronutrients

Packaging Options
Available in 2.5-gallon jugs, 275-gallon totes and bulk volumes.

Product Type
Crop Nutrition Icon
Crop Nutrition
Enhanced Products Icon
Enhanced Products
Application Type
Soil Icon
Soil
Foliar Icon
Foliar
Fertigation Icon
Fertigation
Product Line
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BlueTerra
Nutrients
Magnesium Icon
Magnesium
Zinc Icon
Zinc
Boron Icon
Boron
Manganese Icon
Manganese
Copper Icon
Copper
Iron Icon
Iron

Application Details

Blue Terra Nutrition™ MultiMix may be applied alone, with pesticides, or with other fertilizers to the soil or foliage using ground sprayers, aircraft or fertigation systems.

Nutrient Function

Magnesium Icon
Magnesium is critical for chlorophyll production as it serves as the backbone of the chlorophyll molecule. Magnesium also stimulates enzyme reactions in the plant that help with phosphorus transport. Elevated calcium, potassium and ammonium levels in the soil will reduce magnesium availability for the plant.  
Zinc Icon
Zinc helps facilitate enzyme function for protein synthesis and carbohydrate metabolism in the plant. It is essential for chloroplast formation and auxin metabolism. Auxins are plant hormones that help regulate growth and development, including cell division and flower initiation. Low zinc levels in the soil can increase vulnerability to root diseases such as phytophthora.
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