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Agro-B mobility

4-0-0 + 10% B

Boron with enhanced mobility

Agro‑B mobility is a liquid nutrient concentrated in boron designed to prevent and rectify deficiencies. A good nutrition in boron encourages plant growth, pollination, fructification and assimilation of other nutrients. Agro‑B mobility contains sorbitol, an osmoregulator directly metabolizable and native to the plant, that forms stable and soluble boron complexes to ensure optimal absorption by the leaves, fast translocation facilitating boron mobility and availability to all parts of the plant. Agro‑B mobility is activated by Oligo® Prime, an innovative biostimulant technology that allows for quick absorption and translocation of nutrients and reinforces the plant’s defenses against abiotic stresses (drought, low temperature, salinity, etc.). It can be applied on leaves or on the soil based on soil or tissue analyses or as soon as deficiency symptoms appear. For more information on Agro‑B mobility, consult your agronomic adviser.

Boron contributes to pollen formation and vitality and pollination in flowering crops. By reducing the flower abortion rate, Agro-B mobility increases the number of flowers. More fertilized flowers, more grains, and more fruits. Boron plays an important role in the structure of cell walls, synthesis of hormones, and the transfer of sugars toward fruits, roots, and grains. Boron facilitates the binding of atmospheric nitrogen. Boron increases calcium assimilation and mobility in the plant. Boron improves resistance to cold and hydric stress by regulating water input in cells. Sorbitol and ethanolamine, part of the Agro-B mobility solution, have proven anti-stress qualities (shortage of water, low temperature, salinity).

Boron deficiency may cause physiological disorders in many crops: hollow heart/brown core in potato tubers, roots of beets, turnips, and rutabaga, stems of broccoli and celery; cork spots in apples; coulure and millerandage in grapes. A lack of boron also increases the risk of bitter pit in apples as it plays a key role in calcium absorption. Thus, boron deficiency will have negative repercussions on marketable yields.

  • Better source of boron through foliar application
  • Pollen viability and good pollination
  • Good development and fruit quality
  • Cell wall stability
  • Formation and transport of sugars
  • Assimilation and mobility of calcium
  • Assimilation of nitrogen

In conclusion, the application of Agro-B Mobility improves the plant’s overall state and facilitates its diverse metabolic processes, translating into a greater harvest, better crop quality, and increased yield revenues. With early application, Agro-B Mobility prevents nutritional shortcomings when growth begins, thus providing good flowering development and fertilization. With late application, Agro-B Mobility contributes to fruit ripening and protects the crop against physiological problems that reduces the crop’s market value. It is also recommended post-harvest in fruit trees to build a nutrient reserve thus ensuring a good vegetative and flowering boost for the following season. This is even more important if climate conditions at the end of winter/beginning of spring are unfavourable.

To learn more about Agro-B

For more information about the agronomic and economic benefits of foliar application or to place an order of Agro-B, please consult your Agro-100 agricultural representative or write to us at

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