It favors citrus productivity due to its direct influence on greater root development and general plant resistance.
In this way, crops are able to optimize the use of water and nutrients and become more resistant to pests and diseases.
Deficiency – Appears on young leaves where watery areas appear that become translucent with ripening. The veins are protruding, sometimes cracked and with a cork appearance, and the leaves may curl and fall easily. There is wilting of mature leaves, yellow spots on younger leaves, terminal bud death and absence of flowers. There may be a sharp drop of new fruits, small fruits, hard, with thick albedo, deformed and even with some gum externally.