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Arihant Group is a leading supplier of quality micronutrients in form of EDTA chelates and Amino Acid Chelates.

Chelate is a complex of a micronutrient ion and an organic molecule that "holds" it, called a ligand. As long as the ion is attached to the ligand, it is protected from interacting with other ions in the solution, which might turn it unavailable for plant uptake.

EDTA is also known as Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid. It is a chelating agent, which means that its molecular structure allows it to bind to heavy metals. Ligands are organic compounds like Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid (EDTA) produces steady chelates with micronutrients. It keeps these metal ions in a soluble form supplying nutritional benefit to the plants.

Amino Acid Chelates are natural bio-organic chelating agents. A bio-organic chelating agent functions as a very powerful delivery system for nutrients; Arihant Pro-range contains amino acids derived from soy proteins, fortified with nitrogen.

As the micronutrient ions are consumed by the plant, more ions are released from the holding ligands, thus becoming available for plant uptake.

This mechanism maximizes the efficiency of the micronutrients applied. The chelates ensure the availability of micronutrients in both alkaline and acidic soils.

EDTA Fertilizer


Ferric EDTA

Manganese EDTA

Copper EDTA

Magnesium EDTA

Calcium EDTA

Mix Micro EDTA Powder

Mix Micro EDTA Liquid

Amino Chelated Micro Nutrient Fertilizer

Amino Chelated Mix Micro Nutrients Liquid

Amino Chelated Mix Micro Nutrients Powder

Amino Chelated Mix Micro Nutrients Granule

Zinc (Zn) is involved in the synthesis of proteins and in the formation of seeds and promotes plant growth and vigour.
Typical deficiency symptoms: blotching of leaves.

Iron (Fe) plays an important role in chlorophyll formation. It is involved in cell division that supports plant growth, and in other vital reactions in the plant.
Typical deficiency symptoms: leaf yellowing, interveinal chlorosis.

Manganese (Mn) is required for photosynthesis and respiration. It improves green colour and increases sugar and protein content. Manganese enhances plant tolerance to high light intensity.
Typical deficiency symptoms: chlorotic mosaic patterns on leaves.

Copper (Cu) is essential for chlorophyll formation, cell wall building and many enzymatic mechanisms. It supports seed formation and reproduction, increases sugar content, intensifies colour and improves flavour in fruits and vegetables.
Typical deficiency symptoms: wilting of top leaves.

Boron (B) enhances flowering blooms and develops uniform ripening process and it is essential in sugar transport, Cell division, and amino acid production.
Typical deficiency symptoms: depression of growing points (root tip, bud, flower, and young leaf) and deformity of organs (root, shoot, leaf, and fruit).

Molybdenum (Mo) deficiency is similar to those of ordinary nitrogen deficiency – general chlorosis (yellowing) of young plants, chlorosis of oldest leaves.
Typical deficiency symptoms: The plant becomes stunted and the leaves show symptoms of nitrogen deficiency, appearing pale green or yellowish-green in colour between the veins

Micronutrients are utilized for Soil application, foliar spray, and fertigation.