Bomo is a fully soluble liquid fertilizer, containing boron and molybdenum.
Boron plays an active role in transferring sugars from cell wall and making cell wall. Due to this role of boron in mitosis, lack of boron highly affects the growth and development.

A wide range of plants, e.g. root products, colza, cotton, grape, cabbage, and other vegetables are exposed to lack of boron. The first boron availability cause includes soil acidity and moisture. Producing products in dry soils with acidity bigger than 6.5 is more involved with lack of boron risk than the other cases.

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Weight percentage
Volume percentage
Total nitrogen
50.4 % 6 %
Free amino acid
9 % 12 %
Free amino acid
38 % 50 %
  • Lack of boron results in emergence of fragile leaves in sorghum, and various types of cabbage and sugar beet. On the other hand, cotton is highly prone to lack of boron, which results in emergence of unhealthy flora, and in severe conditions fall of flowers and boll.
  • Pollination significantly depends on boron availability. Boron is needed for production of sufficient number of pollen with high viability. Such lack is especially seen in grape, which results in sparse bunches. It activates plant natural defensive system and acts as a biostimulant resulting in an increased resistance against pests and diseases.
  • Molybdenum plays a role in nitrogen to amino acids conversion processes. Therefore, molybdenum sufficient availability increases nitrogen and nitrogenized fertilizers consumption productivity. Molybdenum also plays a role in production of a variety of enzymes and proteins in plant and this way, bomo may play a more positive role in increasing production of primary and secondary metabolites in the plant.

Package cap.: 1 lit

Ml in 100 liters of water
Liters per hectare
400 2
First application in 6 to 8 leaf stage,
 second application after 3 weeks
200-400 2-1
In the 5 to 7 leaf stage, 
the primary flowers and the boll stage
200 2
3 applications during the season; 
The first application after the fall of the petals at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks
200 1
Before flowering
200 2
Two applications, before and after flowering
100 1
After harvest and before leaf fall
200 2
Two applications, before and after flowering
Sugar beet
600 3
The first application is in 6 to 8 leaves, the second application is 2 to 3 weeks later,
before the field is completely covered
400 2-3
The first application is in the seedling stage when there is a sufficient leaf area.
Second application before flowering

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