Revive Total

The first fe eddha 6% ortho-ortho!


REVIVE TOTAL revolutionizes the market of Iron chelates. Compared to conventional chelates, it presents a major innovation: the Iron is completely chelated in the ortho-ortho form! This innovation allows unprecedented efficacy in the fight against Iron chlorosis.

REVIVE TOTAL guarantees an excellent stability of the chelate in the presence of high concentrations of active limestone and strongly alkaline pH. Iron is easily absorbed and assimilated by the plants. The reviving action is fast and persistent. The excellent quality allows to use very low doses per plant (economic benefit). Plants treated with REVIVE TOTAL are greener, healthy and vigorous.


Allowed In Organic Farming

The fertilizer can be used in organic farming pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 75/2010 and of EC Reg. 834/2007.


The product respects the environment during production.

No residues

It leaves no harmful residues on agricultural products and has no shortage times.

Vegetarian Friendly

All raw materials are of vegetable origin and do not contain animal proteins.


Iron (Fe) water soluble
Chelated fraction EDDHA
[o,o] EDDHA iron (Fe) chelated
pH range that guarantees a good stability of the chelated fraction
Chelating agent
[o,o] EDDHA

Other Parameters

microgranulo wdg

REVIVE TOTAL is a fertilizer allowed in organic farming according to EC REG. 834/2007.

PACKAGE: 1 kg – 5 kg

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