Boron is a micronutrient with an important structural and essential role in plant growth, being a vital agent in the metabolism of nucleic acids and carbohydrates. It is also directly involved in flowering and fruit setting, so its deficiency can cause a loss of crop production. Molybdenum is involved in the production of the enzyme nitrate reductase. It is involved in processes related to nitrogen efficiency.
HANDLING AND DOSAGE INSTRUCTIONS
There are numerous crops that have a favourable reaction to the contribution of both Boron and Molybdenum. In the case of Boron, the crops that have a high response to its application are, among others, Alfalfa, Beetroot, Olive, Broccoli, Apple, Carrot, Cauliflower, Sunflower, rape and vineyard.
In the case of Molybdenum, the crops that have a high response to its application are cauliflower, onions, lettuce, melon and legumes.
RECOMMENDED CROP APPLICATIONS
|Dosage Application||Foliar||Irrigation||Timing Application|
|Fruit trees||2 l/Ha||5 l/Ha||Preﬂoración-Cuajado|
|Olive tree||2 l/Ha||5 l/Ha||Preﬂoración-Cuajado|
|Vineyard||1-2 l/Ha||3-5 l/Ha||Preﬂoración-Cuajado|