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Adbor is foliar grade of Boron fertilizer containing 20% Boron (Di Sodium Octa Borate Tetra Hydrate) available in powder form suitable for both foliar and fertigation. It is readily soluble in water and is compatible with a wide range of insecticides, fungicides and herbicides. Boron deficiency is a proven yield limiting factor and it plays very important role in fertilization. We derive 80% of our crop yields either from seeds or fruits of plants. Boron deficiency directly affects on seed and fruit setting of the plants.

Crops requiring Intensive Boron nutrition:

Fruits: Grape, Pomegranate, Banana, Mango, Guava, Citrus, Papaya

Vegetables: Tomato, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Onion, Brinjal, Capsicum

Cereals/Pulses: Maize, Gram, Soya bean, Green gram, Black gram, Wheat, Rice

Others: Cotton, Sunflower, Groundnut, Palm oil, Coconut, Potato, Coffee, Tea

Gandhak 90

Bentonite Sulphur fertiliser contains 90% of elemental Sulphur, helps in chlorophyll formation, protein synthesis and in better utilization of other NPK fertilisers by the crop. Gandhak helps in bringing down soil PH. Improves overall product quality and oil content in oil seeds.

Granubor Natur

This granulated boron fertiliser contains 15% Boron and is technically suitable for soil application with fertiliser. Granubor Natur aids crop growth in a number of ways. It helps in developing root and shoot growing points and improves stigmatic receptivity. It also helps in cell division and extension and cell wall formation. Granubor aids in pollen germination and growth of the pollen tube. It also assists in fruit setting, carbohydrate metabolism, and protein synthesis. The transportation of sugar and sugar alcohols through the phloem is aided by this fertiliser. Granubor Natur helps in nitrogen fixation in the root module andincreases the effect of Calcium in the plant.

The dosage of Granbour varies depending on the type of crop. Care should be taken for crops that are sensitive to boron. For such crops, Granbour should be applied only once a year and to the crop, that favours Boron during a crop rotation cycle.

Grape, Mango, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Brinjal, Cucumber, Cotton, Sugarcane, Onion, Maize, Tomato, Papaya, Citrus, Banana and other fully grown fruit orchards. – 3 Kg per acre

Gram, Pea, Soybean, Paddy, Potato and Wheat – 2 Kg per acre

Fully grown Oil Palm and Coconut – 50 gm per tree, two to three times per year.

Arecanut – 10 gm per tree.

Zinc 21

Zinc Sulphate is an important fertiliser that is used to cure a number of crop deficiency syndromes including Intervenial Chlorosis, Rosetted leaves, reduction in internodal length, white buds in maize and drying of leaf tips. Ideal for soil and foliar application, this fertiliser is available as a white crystalline powder. In order to be effective 20kg of Zinc Sulphate should be applied per acre during soil application, while 0.05% (5gm/ltr) +0.25% lime should be applied during foliar applicatio