Potassium & Boron Complex
Liquid Fertilizer Macro & Micro Nutrient
Potassium deficiencies are most likely to occur on lighter soils in high rainfall areas. Heavier soils usually have greater supplies and reserves of potassium, but even the richest soils can become deficient under intensive cropping, hay cutting or silage making, where large amounts of potassium are removed in produce. Potassium can also become limiting when other fertilizers, particularly nitrogen, are used at high rates to increase production. Heavy liming can also induce potassium deficiency by changing the balance of exchangeable potassium to calcium in the soil. Potassium is important for forming proteins, carbohydrates and fats and for the functioning of chlorophyll and several enzymes.
Boron deficiency is a common disorder of many field and forage crops, and of Lucerne and pasture legumes. The deficiency is most often found in tableland districts, especially in sunflower, canola, and in lucerne and clovers. Except for maize, which sometimes develops deficiency, most cereals and grasses tolerate moderately low levels of boron in the soil. Heavy liming also reduces boron uptake.
Agmin's AGB Potassium & Boron Complex is organically chelated with lignosulphonate that assists in the absorption of Potassium and Boron into the leaf of the plant in the most rapid and efficient manner. The Potassium & Boron Complex is a foliar liquid fertilizer developed by Agmin Chelates.
General Application Rates
Minimum Guaranteed Analysis
With lignosulphonate binder; surfactants; penetrants.
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