Nitrogenous fertilizer from liquid urea enriched with elemental sulphur, boron and molybdenum.
Rich in primary macronutrients (ureic nitrogen and elemental sulphur), promoting a greater development and growth of the plant and its fruits.
Decrease in nitrogen losses through evaporation, achieving a reduction in the nitrogen dose.
Higher nitrogen quality thanks to the contribution of ureic nitrogen.
Lower cost per hectare versus products with nonammoniacal nitrogen and sulphates.
If applied in states before flowering, it is accelerated thanks to the combination of sulphur and boron (S + B).
The application of boron (B) and molybdenum (Mo) allows to obtain a better flowering and a better quality of the pollen, thus ensuring better fruit setting.
|Elemental sulphur (S)
| Sulphur trioxide (SO3)
|Total nitrogen (N)
| Ureic nitrogen (N)
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