Boron stimulates generative processes, pollen tube shooting, and development, enhances cell wall stability, and is therefore essential for plant life. In its absence, fertility decreases, and attachment is hindered. Being an essential microelement, its presence is vital for all crops, especially grapes and fruit-bearing crops, oily seeds, and certain vegetables.
Zinc is an essential microelement for plants. As a significant component and activator of enzymes, it is actively involved in protein metabolism and plant growth regulation by stimulating auxin production.
Organit® Calcium is used to prevent diseases caused by calcium deficiency (such as defective apple crops, rotting vegetables, and dry buds).
Iron deficiency appears in a very typical, more pronounced form than any other element deficiencies on both monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants. The youngest leaves of the plant are initially yellowish-green, and then, as the deficiency increases, in-between the green veins turn yellow or orange. In more severe cases, the chlorosis may spread to the veins.
Magnesium is a central element of plant chlorophyll and as such plays a unique role in the plant’s metabolism. It is involved in protein biosynthesis and energy management, a component of enzymes, and serves as an essential element in many biochemical processes as a catalyst. In its absence, chlorotic symptoms appear as a sign of disruption in chlorophyll formation.