Enzymes for mobilising Phosphorus in the soil.


Magno is a granular enzyme additive developed for use with liquid or soluble fertilisers or as a stand-alone product.

Magno modulates nutrient flow and improves phosphate uptake by converting unavailable forms of organic phosphate into plant-accessible forms.

Magno contains a blend of two enzymes in a dry granular formulation that once soil applied triggers literally trillions of constant catalyst reactions. The enzyme phosphatase works in all crops by creating more efficient utilisation of applied phosphate in fertiliser and releasing unavailable phosphate tied up in the soil organic phosphorus bank. The mannanase enzyme converts exudates around the outer layers of the root tip creating soil conditionsideal for plant root growth.



Active Ingredients

  • Phosphatase  >250mU/ml
  • Mannanase  >1.25kU/ml

Directions for Use

Magno is for soil application.
Magno is designed for use on all soil types.
Magno can be applied to dry soil if planting dry and will be available when the seed germinates.

Application Rates

Horticultural crops, sugarcane

Situation – Horticultural crops and sugarcane
Use Pattern – At planting, in-furrow with starter fertiliser or water (or both) for all horticultural crops.
Rate – 15-50g/ha
Critical Comments – Apply as a total in-furrow spray volume of 30L to 140L/ha using fertiliser and/or water carrier. Refer to mixing and compatibility
statements for order of mixing.

Use Pattern – Vegetative stages through dripline application with fertiliser or water (or both) for all horticultural crops.
Rates – 15-50g/ha
Critical Comments – Dilute in sufficient application volume to apply through drip or micro- sprinkler irrigation. Apply a sufficient quantity of irrigation to extend product through the root zone.
Refer to mixing and compatibility statements for order of mixing.
Situation – For side-dressing when applied within 15cm of the plants.
Rate – 15-50g/ha
Critical Comments – When side-dressing apply with liquid fertiliser solution in spray volume of 30L to 140L/ha.