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Effect of Polyaspartic Acid on Strawberry Chlorophyll Content

Polyaspartic acid has a very strong chelating ability for ions, has the effect of corrosion inhibition and scale inhibition, and has good scale inhibition effect on calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, barium sulfate, calcium phosphate and other scaling salts.

The fertilizer synergist also has a dispersing effect and can effectively prevent the corrosion of metal equipment. In agriculture, it can be used as a nutrient absorption enhancer to promote the production of vegetables, fruits, flowers and other crops, and at the same time, it can be used together with pesticides to improve the efficacy.

Polyaspartic acid can reduce the negative impact of excessive fertilization on the environment, and can also activate the fixed nutrients in the soil, which not only improves the fertilizer utilization rate, but also improves the soil quality.

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Chlorophyll content of old leaves: After adding polyaspartic acid water-soluble fertilizer, strawberry old leaf chlorophyll increased by 19.62% compared with CK group.

Chlorophyll content in growing leaves: After adding polyaspartic acid water-soluble fertilizer, the chlorophyll of strawberry growth leaves increased by 21.26% compared with the CK group.

Polyaspartic acid increases the chlorophyll content of leaves to enhance photosynthesis and quickly replenish various nutrients needed for plant growth.

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