Transit Zinc (sp)

10.40% Zinc

+3.67% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived)


A combination of chelated Zinc and Nitrogen (amino acid derived), which is highly beneficial in activating enzymes which are crucial in photosynthesis, plant metabolism and the formation of plant growth regulators.

Benefits of Transit Zinc

  • Promotes the synthesis of Auxin, an important plant growth hormone influencing the development of new root and shoot tips
  • Zinc involves in protein synthesis by activating certain enzymes which are responsible for protein synthesis
  • Involves in the chlorophyll and carbohydrate formation
  • Encourages the plant growth and development

The Role of Zinc

Zinc is a critical element which is both an activator and component of many enzymes and also influences auxin development (plant growth hormone) which promotes strong crop growth. Zinc is also important for carbohydrate and starch production. This provides energy to the plant which can be utilized during respiration.

The Role of Amino Acids

Organically derived L-amino acids promote the bioavailability of nutrients to the plant, enhance plant resistance and recovery to stresses and provide physiological balance.


Physical Properties

pH @ 1% solution: 6.40, Analysis W/W%: 10.40% Zinc, 3.67 % Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived).

Transit Zinc (L)

5.35% Zinc + 2% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived)


A combination of chelated Zinc and Nitrogen (amino acid derived), which is highly beneficial in activating enzymes which are crucial in photosynthesis, plant metabolism and the formation of plant growth regulators.

Benefits of Transit Zinc (Liquid)

  • Promotes the synthesis of Auxin, an important plant growth hormone influencing the development of new root and shoot tips
  • Zinc involves in protein synthesis by activating certain enzymes which are responsible for protein synthesis
  • Involves in the chlorophyll and carbohydrate formation
  • Encourages the plant growth and development

The Role of Zinc

Zinc is a critical element which is both an activator and component of many enzymes and also influences auxin development (plant growth hormone) which promotes strong crop growth. Zinc is also important for carbohydrate and starch production. This provides energy to the plant which can be utilized during respiration.

The Role of Amino Acids

Organically derived L-amino acids promote the bioavailability of nutrients to the plant, enhance plant resistance and recovery to stresses and provide physiological balance.


Physical Properties

pH: 5.5-6.5, Specific Gravity: 1.19-1.31, Analysis W/V%: 5.35% Zinc, 2% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived).

Transit Silicate (L)

NPKS 7 – 0 – 16 – 0

+42% Amino Acids, 16% Silicate

+1.56% Patented Organic Activators (CPPA)


Transit Silicate is a is a concentrated amino acid potassium silicate liquid fertilizer designed to toughen plant cell walls, increase stress resistance and improve the regulation of plant processes.

Benefits of Transit Silicate

  • Promotes the strengthening of plant cell walls which produced stronger and thicker stems.
  • Assists in improving resistance to bacterial and fungal diseases and also abiotic stress as heat, frost, salinity and aluminum toxicity.
  • Potassium controls stomatal functioning which helps reduces transpiration loss of water
  • Increased nutrient uptake and translocation of other elements through Patented Organic Activators (CPPA)
  • Organically derived Amino Acids naturally chelate nutrients and improves physiological processes
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The Role of Silicon

Silicon increases the growth and yield of all crops through increasing cell strength, improving pest and disease resistance, alleviating abiotic stress such as drought, salt and elemental toxicity stress.

The Importance of Potassium

Potassium acts as a regulatory element controlling plant water status and activation of many enzymes. Potassium also plays a role in improving abiotic stress resistance.

The Benefits of Amino Acids

Organically derived L - amino acids promote the bioavailability of nutrients to the plant, enhance plant resistance and recovery to stresses and provide physiological balance.

The Importance of CPPA

CPPA is a group of organic acids which enhance various plant physiological functions such as nutrient absorption, shoot and root growth, germination and seedling emergence.


Physical Properties

pH: 6.34-7.03, Specific Gravity: 1.10-1.22kg/L, Analysis W/V%: 42.01% Amino Acids, 31.82% Potassium Silicate, 16.13% Potassium (as Potassium Silicate), 15.69% Silicon (as Silicate), 6.72% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived), 1.56% Patented Organic Activators (CPPA).

Transit Premium Trace (sp)

2.10% Magnesium, 0.52% Boron, 0.02% Cobalt, 0.56% Copper, 2.10% Iron, 2.30Manganese, 0.02% Molybdenum, 2.20% Zinc +3.68% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived)


A multi elemental fertiliser consisting of readily available macro and micro nutrients designed to promote plant vegetative and reproductive growth.

Benefits of Transit Premium Trace

  • Improves productivity and quality of fruits, nuts and vegetables
  • Enables plants to manage biotic stresses like pest & diseases
  • Enhances plant growth and development through various enzymatic reactions and better fruit setting and retention
  • Enhances nutrient use- efficiency (NUE) of accompanying nutrients and thereby saves fertilizer input cost

The Importance of micro and macronutrients

Boron is vital for flower production and pollination by improving pollen germination and fertilization. Boron also assists in sugar movement.

B, Mo and Co directly influence nitrogen fixation, while Mo & Cu participate in nitrogen metabolism (assist in using free nitrates within the plant system) and thereby minimize N-fertilizer requirement.

Being the core elements of chlorophyll molecules, N and Mg along with the participation of Cu, Zn, Mn and Fe, determine the production of chlorophyll molecules and the rate of photosynthesis assisting the incremental yield.

Zinc, Molybdenum and Cobalt all play roles in promoting plant growth by assisting in nitrogen fixation and synthesizing of various plant growth hormones such as ABA and IAA.

The Role of Amino Acids

Organically derived L-amino acids promote the bioavailability of nutrients to the plant, enhance plant resistance and recovery to stresses and provide physiological balance.


Physical Properties

pH @ 1% solution: 4.02, Analysis W/W%: 2.10% Magnesium, 0.52% Boron, 0.02% Cobalt, 0.56% Copper, 2.10% Iron, 2.30Manganese, 0.02% Molybdenum, 2.20% Zinc, 3.68% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived).

Transit Premium Trace (L)

1.05% Magnesium, 0.26% Boron, 0.01% Cobalt, 0.28% Copper, 1.05% Iron, 1.02 Manganese, 0.01% Molybdenum, 1.22% Zinc +2% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived)


A multi elemental fertiliser consisting of readily available macro and micro nutrients designed to promote plant vegetative and reproductive growth.

Benefits of Transit Premium Trace

  • Improves productivity and quality of fruits, nuts and vegetables
  • Enables plants to manage biotic stresses like pest & diseases
  • Enhances plant growth and development through various enzymatic reactions and better fruit setting and retention
  • Enhances nutrient use- efficiency (NUE) of accompanying nutrients and thereby saves fertilizer input cost

The Importance of micro and macronutrients

Boron is vital for flower production and pollination by improving pollen germination and fertilization. Boron also assists in sugar movement.

B, Mo and Co directly influence nitrogen fixation, while Mo & Cu participate in nitrogen metabolism (assist in using free nitrates within the plant system) and thereby minimize N-fertilizer requirement.

Being the core elements of chlorophyll molecules, N and Mg along with the participation of Cu, Zn, Mn and Fe, determine the production of chlorophyll molecules and the rate of photosynthesis assisting the incremental yield.

Zinc, Molybdenum and Cobalt all play roles in promoting plant growth by assisting in nitrogen fixation and synthesizing of various plant growth hormones such as ABA and IAA.

The Role of Amino Acids

Organically derived L-amino acids promote the bioavailability of nutrients to the plant, enhance plant resistance and recovery to stresses and provide physiological balance.


Physical Properties

pH: 3.05-4.00, Specific Gravity: 1.10-1.22, Analysis W/V%: 1.05% Magnesium, 0.26% Boron, 0.01% Cobalt, 0.28% Copper, 1.05% Iron, 1.02 Manganese, 0.01% Molybdenum, 1.22% Zinc, 2% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived).

Transit B, Zn & Mg (L)

6.10% Boron, 0.78% Zinc, 0.6% Magnesium

+1.93% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived)


A combination of chelated Boron, Zinc, Magnesium and organic molecules, which are required in plant growth and development, flowering, fruit setting.

Benefits of Transit B Zn & Mg

  • Promotes seed and fruit development and reduces the occurrence of poor seed set and fruit set
  • Increases sugar movement within plants and transports them to actively growing regions such as developing fruits
  • Zinc is important element required for the production of proteins as it assists in regulating RNA production
  • Promotes the synthesis of Auxin, an important plant growth hormone influencing the development of new root and shoot tips
  • Encourages new plant development and vigour whilst encouraging greener growth through Magnesium

The Importance of Boron

Boron is vital for flower production and pollination by improving pollen germination and fertilization. Boron also greatly assists in the production and movement of sugars and carbohydrates which are essential for seed and fruit development.

The Role of Zinc

Zinc is an activator which is necessary for enzyme and pant hormone function and metabolic reactions. Protein synthesis is affected by Zinc concentrations and is necessary for auxin development.

The importance of Magnesium

Magnesium is a multi-functional element mainly utilized in the production of chlorophyll and hence improves the photosynthetic capacity of plants.

The Role of Amino Acids

Organically derived L-amino acids promote the bioavailability of nutrients to the plant, enhance plant resistance and recovery to stresses and provide physiological balance.


Physical Properties

pH:5.76-6.36, Specific Gravity: 1.04-1.14, Analysis W/V%: 6.10% Boron, 0.78% Zinc, 0.6% Magnesium, 1.93 % Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived)

Transit B, Zn & Mg (sp)

12.10% Boron, 1.20% Zinc, 0.6% Magnesium

+ 3.62% Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived)


A combination of chelated Boron, Zinc, Magnesium and organic molecules, which are required in plant growth and development, flowering, fruit setting.

Benefits of Transit B Zn & Mg

  • Promotes seed and fruit development and reduces the occurrence of poor seed set and fruit set
  • Increases sugar movement within plants and transports them to actively growing regions such as developing fruits
  • Zinc is important element required for the production of proteins as it assists in regulating RNA production
  • Promotes the synthesis of Auxin, an important plant growth hormone influencing the development of new root and shoot tips
  • Encourages new plant development and vigour whilst encouraging greener growth through Magnesium

The Importance of Boron

Boron is vital for flower production and pollination by improving pollen germination and fertilization. Boron also greatly assists in the production and movement of sugars and carbohydrates which are essential for seed and fruit development.

The Role of Zinc

Zinc is an activator which is necessary for enzyme and pant hormone function and metabolic reactions. Protein synthesis is affected by Zinc concentrations and is necessary for auxin development.

The importance of Magnesium

Magnesium is a multi-functional element mainly utilized in the production of chlorophyll and hence improves the photosynthetic capacity of plants.

The Role of Amino Acids

Organically derived L-amino acids promote the bioavailability of nutrients to the plant, enhance plant resistance and recovery to stresses and provide physiological balance.


Physical Properties

pH @ 1% solution: 7.58, Analysis W/W%: 12.10% Boron, 1.20% Zinc, 0.6% Magnesium, 3.62 % Nitrogen (Amino Acid derived)

Momentum ZnP

NPKS: 0–18–2–0, 14% Zinc

+ 0.2% Patented Organic Activators (CPPA)


A plant available liquid Zinc & Phosphorus fertilizer designed to provide plants with optimal nutrients to promote early crop growth and establishment.

Benefits of Momentum ZnP

  • Phosphorus and Zinc are readily absorbed leaves allowing rapid uptake and optimizing Zn and P levels at crucial early growth stages before soil applied P is available
  • Momentum ZnP also assists the crop to overcome adverse climatic conditions
  • Adequate delivery of Zinc & Phosphorus which increases production of energy molecules, plant growth hormones and facilitates photosynthesis and nutrient transport
  • Promotes early bud development in Spring when the soil temperature is low

The Importance of Zinc

Zinc is a critical element which is both an activator and component of many enzymes and also influences auxin development (plant growth hormone) which promotes strong crop growth.

The Role of Phosphorus

Phosphorus is a key macronutrient which is incorporated into many organic compounds such as DNA, proteins, lipids and enzymes. These organic compounds assist in energy transfer, nutrient uptake and transport.

The Benefits of CPPA

CPPA is a group of organic acids which enhance various plant physiological functions such as nutrient absorption, shoot and root growth, germination and seedling emergence.


Physical Properties

pH: 2.5 – 3.0, Specific Gravity: 1.46-1.62 kg/L, Analysis W/V%: 18.10% P, 14% Zn, 2.0% K, 0.2% Patented Organic Activators (CPPA)

Momentum ZnMC

NPKS: 2–0–0–8

+ 10.28% Zinc, 4.66% Manganese, 3.63% Copper, 0.48% Cobalt, 0.46% Molybdenum

+ Patented Organic Activators (CPPA)


Highly efficient combination of Zinc, Manganese, Copper and Sulphur formulated with proprietary Biologically Active Organic Molecules to have long lasting nutrient availability in a wide range of soils with different pH levels.

Benefits of Momentum ZnMC

  • Increases plant development and vigor whilst encouraging greener growth and larger yields
  • Sulphur aids in protein synthesis, Nitrogen use efficiency and crop winter hardiness
  • Zinc promotes the synthesis of Auxin, an important plant growth hormone influencing the development of new root and shoot tips
  • Added Manganese plays a role in reducing oxidative stress within the plant preventing damage to plant cells and dysfunction
  • Increased nutrient uptake and translocation of other elements through Patented Organic Activators (CPPA)

The Importance of Sulphur

Sulphur is an essential macronutrient for the production of amino acids, proteins, enzymes, vitamins and chlorophyll in plants. Sulphur plays a crucial role in photosynthesis and crop winter hardiness.

The Role of Zinc, Manganese and Copper

Zinc is an activator and component of many enzymes and influences auxin development (plant growth hormone) which promotes strong crop growth.

Manganese plays multiple functions though the plants life cycle including photosynthesis, respiration, reducing oxidative stress, biotic stress relief and hormone signaling. Copper is an important micro element necessary for proper plant growth and development.

The Benefits of CPPA

CPPA is a group of organic acids which enhance various plant physiological functions such as nutrient absorption, shoot and root growth, germination and seedling emergence.


Physical Properties

pH: 4.46-4.90, Specific Gravity: 1.19-1.31 Analysis W/V%: 2.03% N, 7.90% S, 10.28% Zinc, 4.66% Mn, 3.63% Cu, 0.48% Co, 0.46% Mo + Patented Organic Activators (CPPA)

Momentum ZBM Trio

5.01% Zinc, 5.3% Boron, 0.15% Magnesium,
0.24% Molybdenum + Amino Acids


A combination of chelated Boron, Zinc, Magnesium and Molybdenum which are highly beneficial in activating enzymes, photosynthesis, plant metabolism and improving the uptake and assimilation of other macro elements.

Benefits of Momentum ZBM Trio

  • Zinc involves in protein synthesis by activating certain enzymes which are responsible for protein synthesis
  • Encourages the plant growth and development
  • Boron is essential for seed and fruit development and reduced the occurrence of poor seed set and fruit set
  • Increases pollen germination and pollen tube growth by driving pollen tube growth and elongation which improves fruit set
  • Promotes the Nitrogen fixation in legume root nodules

The Importance of Boron

Boron is vital for flower production and pollination by improving pollen germination and fertilization. Boron also greatly assists in the production and movement of sugars and carbohydrates which are essential for seed and fruit development.

The Role of Zinc

Zinc is a critical element which is both an activator and component of many enzymes and also influences auxin development (plant growth hormone) which promotes strong crop growth.

Zinc is also important for carbohydrate and starch production. This provides energy to the plant which can be utilized during respiration.

The Role of Molybdenum

The primary function of molybdenum is to assimilate nitrogen within the plant. This involves the conversion of nitrates to ammonium, which is the first step in synthesising proteins.

The Role of Amino Acids

Organically derived L-amino acids promote the bioavailability of nutrients to the plant.


Physical Properties

pH: 5.02-6.05, Specific Gravity: 1.11-1.23 Analysis W/V%: 5% Zinc, 5% B, 0.15% Mg, 0.24% Mo + Amino Acids