Range and method of use

CARBON Fe–Si is a foliar fertilizer with the ability to remove both latent and apparent iron deficits with simultaneous supply of silicon, sulfur, nitrogen and carbon. The amount of iron in soil is usually sufficient. Nevertheless, chlorosis may appear on a plant due to the high amount of carbonate in soil and therefor blocking iron uptake. Chlorosis are particularly dangerous for pome fruit, stone fruit, grapevine, strawberries and raspberries. Silicon has a positive effect on plant health and increased resistance to lodging (cell wall firming). Carbon has a positive effect on photosynthesis dynamics, sugar and amino acid production.

Iron Fe - 8 %
Nitrogen N - 2 %
Silicon SiO2 - 1 %
Sulfur S - 6 %
Carbon C - 1 %
pH 1 - 3



  • Barley
  • Pulses
  • Sugar beet
  • Sunflower
  • Vegetable
  • Wheat


  • Berries
  • Clover
  • Forest stands
  • Fruit trees
  • Grapevine
  • Strawberries

Fertilization has proved to be best carried out just before and during the period of intensive crop plant growth. It can be combined with most plant protection preparations, except copper containing, after consultation with their manufacturer.


0.5-1 l/ha. Recommended concentration: 0.1-0.25 % according to the condition and sensitivity of the plant. Dosages can be diluted with water from 150 l to 1000 l according to the type of sprayer used. The recommended application is 1-2 times during the growing season.


Store the fertilizer in its original packaging in dry, lockable stores at temperatures from +5 to +30 °C.

Decision on registration of fertilizer

no. 4905