Glaze Liquid Micronutrients

Glaze micronutrient coatings ensure that every fertiliser granule carries the same amount of micronutrient. Choose from Copper, Zinc, Molybdenum, Boron, Cobalt, Manganese, Magnesium and Sulphur coatings. It is also possible to combine micronutrient coatings.

Glaze can be applied to;

Urea, SSP, MAP, DAP, MOP, SOA, AS, NPK, and more.

Glaze Zinc

Zinc (Zn) as zinc oxide, 500 g/kg (50% w/w)

Glaze Copper

Copper (Cu) as cuprous oxide, 500 g/kg (50% w/w)

Glaze Moly

Molybdenum (Mo) as sodium molybdate 100g/kg  (10% w/w)

Glaze Boron

Boron (B) as sodium borate 70g/kg (7% w/w)

Glaze Cobalt

Cobalt (Co) as Cobalt Carbonate 250g/kg (25% w/w)

Glaze Magnesium

Magnesium (Mg) as Magnesium Oxide 300g/kg (30% w/w)

Glaze Sulphur

Sulphur (S) as Elemental Sulphur 500g/kg (50% w/w)

Glaze Manganese

Manganese as Manganese Carbonate 320g/kg (32% w/w)

Benefits for Farmers

  • Farmers achieve uniform distribution of micronutrients in the fertiliser blend, compared with standard fertiliser blends.
  • Less dusty fertiliser means less problems when applying fertiliser in the field.
  • Controlled release of micronutrients

Benefits for Fertiliser Suppliers

Easy to Apply

  • Glaze is a ready-to-use liquid that is easy to measure and apply.
  • The product can be applied by fertiliser suppliers directly onto fertiliser granules using batch or continuous flow blending and handling systems.

New Product Opportunities

  • Glaze micronutrient coatings provide fertiliser suppliers with the opportunity to offer new products.

Improved Quality

  • Improve the quality of dusty granular fertiliser before it reaches your customers

Glaze Application

Glaze is a ready-to-use liquid that is easy to measure and apply. Simply spray into a batch or continuous blending or handling system.

Glaze is designed to spread evenly across all fertiliser types.

Drum Mixer

Auger Mixer

Paddle Mixer

Spray Belt

Micronutrient coatings ensure that every fertiliser granule carries the same amount of micronutrients
and is fast drying.

Glaze Case Studies

Micronutrient importance

Micronutrient deficiencies can be tricky to diagnose and treat. By knowing your soil type, considering crop requirements and the season, and supporting this knowledge with diagnostic tools and strategies, effective management is possible.

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We would love to hear from you and explore which Glaze products can benefit your business.

Phone: +64 21 043 7258
Email: office@glazecoatings.com

49 Hynds Drive, Rolleston 7675
New Zealand

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