Products

Pro-Boro

Liquid fertilizer with boron

Package: Bottle 1 kg, Tank 6 kg, Tank 25 kg
Application: Leaf
Consentito in agricoltura biologica - Menfin

Allowed in organic farming

Compliant with EC Regulation No. 834/2007 of June 28, 2007 pursuant to Legislative Decree No. 75/2010 of April 29, 2010.

Description

PRO BORO is a corrective agent based on Boron (9%) soluble in water. Boron is an essential element for flowers, fruits and roots development and its accumulation occurs mainly in leaves. Moreover, boron is involved in the transport and absorption of other nutrients; its deficiency exhibits with necrosis of the vegetative apexes, arrest of the flower buds, development or disruption and blackening of the soft tissues. The excess of calcium in the soil causes Boron deficiency.

Boron improves the fruit setting and prevents milling in the vines, increases fruit setting in the olive tree and meets the needs of the different crops.

ALLOWED IN ORGANIC AGRICULTURE

Composition

Boron (B) soluble in water … 9 % W/W

Doses and application

Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml / hl in the following phases:

CROP APPLICATION
Citrus fruit
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
pre-flowering
Carrot, Cauliflower
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
5 leaves. Repeat the application after 20 days
Radish, Celery
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
Industrial crops, from early stages
Stone fruits
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
Full bloom, post-setting
Flowers
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
pre-formation of bud
Olive
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
pre-flowering and post-fruit set
Re-flowering vegetables
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
beginning of flowering
Pomaceous
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
25% open flowers, full bloom and post-fruit set
Vine
Apply the product at a dose of 100 ml/hl
pre-flowering, post-fruit set

PRO-BORO can be employed both by leaf and root application.
PRO-BORO can be mixed with all the leaf fertilizers and with most of the agrochemicals; however, it is advisable to perform compatibility
tests.