Definition and Usage Areas Zinc Sulfate
Zinc sulfate is a combination of sulfur and zinc. This is an herbicide commonly used for algae control. The toxicity of zinc sulfate depends on the amount of zinc in the product. Zinc is an essential mineral for human, animal and plant nutrition. Zinc is found naturally in food and water.
Zinc sulfate is an inorganic compound and nutritional supplement. Additionally, it is used to treat zinc deficiency and prevent high-risk conditions. Side effects may include abdominal pain, vomiting, headache and fatigue.
It has the formula ZnSO4 as well as any three hydrates. It was historically known as “white vitriol”. All various forms are colorless solids. The heptahydrate form is frequently encountered.
Appearance : White Crystalline Powder And Granular
Chemical Name: Zinc Sulphate
Chemical Formula: ZnSO4
Packaging Type : 25 kg. in bags
- In Agricultural Sector
- In the Chemical Industry
- Pigment, Zinc analysis, Pharmaceutical Industry
- In mining ore
- Synthetic Fiber Industry, Brewing industry
- Paint, Leather, Yeast industry
- Feed industry, Zinc fertilizer production
- It increases the amount of product taken per unit area.
- It regulates soil pH.
- It prevents yellowing of leaves, premature shedding and shrinkage.
- It increases the plant’s resistance to cold.
- Increases fruit holding in fruit trees.
- It improves the appearance of the fruit and prevents deformation.
- Increases the number of shoots, prevents stunting.
- It increases the water holding capacity and enables the plant to be affected by drought later.
- It increases the length and stem thickness of grains.
- It prevents the yellowing of grass in meadows and pastures, grows fast and provides abundant grass formation.