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Agravita® Bor
  • 10 l

Microelement Foliar Fertilizers

Agravita® Bor

Simple inorganic micronutrient fertilizer, mineral micronutrient fertilizer in solution, 11%.

  • 10 l

11% boron (B) in the form of boroethanolamine soluble in water (= 15% B (m/v))
• 4.75% total nitrogen (N)

Application benefits

  • Promotes cell division and growth in stem and root meristems
  • Responsible for the development of the root hair zone – improved nutrient and water uptake
  • Improves health by participating in the synthesis of defence compounds produced by the plant at the point of infection
  • Improves the resistance of plants to drought and frost
  • Regulates the processes of flowering, pollination and insemination
  • Improves carbohydrate metabolism and storage for better crop quality

What makes foliar fertiliser Agravita® Boron 15 stand out?

Liquid formulation

Quick and complete solubility in water

Boron in the form of easily assimilable boron ethanolamine

Excellent miscibility

Efficient boron nutrition

When to use

Especially effective on acidic soils (pH < 5.5) as well as on alkaline soils
(pH > 7.2); sandy and humus-poor soils; under conditions of soil water deficiency; after a mild, rainy winter (washout); at high levels of potassium and nitrogen fertilization; during symptoms of boron deficiency

Recommendations for use

CropDosage [l/ha]Amount of water [l/ha]Number of applicationsTime of application
Rape1-3200-3002-3Autumn, from 4-leaf phase Spring, from the start of vegetation until the end of green bud phase. At the petal drop stage
Corn1-2200-3002From 4-leaf phase to technical possibility of application
Potatoes1-2200-3002-3From full emergence to intensive tuber growth phase.
Beetroots2-3200-3002From 2-leaf phase until the interrows are covered.
Faba bean plants1-2200-3002From 6-leaf phase to the beginning of flowering.
Vegetables1-3400-6002-3During the intensive growth period.
Fruit trees and bushes1-2500-10002-4Before flowering. After flowering. After fruit harvest.