What distinguishes Tibolar-RS from other plant nutrients?

What makes Tibolar-RS superior than other fertilizers?

Not only because of its different applications is Tibolar-RS another nutrient than other fertilizers.

But especially because of carefully selected minerals and micronutrients which are necessary and beneficial for plants and trees, Tibolar-RS is much, much more than only a fertilizer.

That’s why our slogan is :

Tibolar-RS, your soil needs it, your plants will love it, and you will get the benefits

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All these minerals and micronutrients make what Tibolar-RS is. A new revolutionary nutrient for plants and trees

Minerals and Micro Nutrients in Tibolar-RS and there functions are:


Aluminium (Al):

  • Enhances growth
  • Increases antioxidant enzyme activity
  • Increases root and shoot growth, and prevents iron (Fe) toxicity

Boron (B)

  • Helps in the use of nutrients and regulates other nutrients.
  • Aids production of sugar and carbohydrates.
  • Essential for seed and fruit development.


  • Participates in metabolic processes of other nutrients uptake.
  • Promotes proper plant cell elongation.
  • Strengthens cell wall structure – calcium is an essential part of plant cell wall. It forms calcium pectate compounds which give stability to cell walls and bind cells together.
  • Participation in enzymatic and hormonal processes.
  • Helps in protecting the plant against heat stress – calcium improves stomata function.
  • Helps in protecting the plant against diseases – numerous fungi and bacteria secret enzymes which impair plant cell wall. Stronger cell walls, induced by calcium, can avoid the invasion.

Chlorine (Cl):

  • Chlorine, as compounded chloride, is necessary for osmosis and ionic balance; it also plays a role in photosynthesis.


Cobalt (Co)

  • Increases growth, nodule number and weight, plant nutrient levels, as well as seedpod yield and seed quality

Copper (Cu)

  • Important for reproductive growth.
  • Aids in root metabolism and helps in the utilization of proteins.


  • Chlorophyll development and function.
  • Plays a role in energy transfer within the plant.
  • Is a constituent of certain enzymes and proteins.
  • Functions in plant respiration, and plant metabolism.
  • Is involved in nitrogen fixation

Potassium (K)

  • Potassium is absorbed by plants in larger amounts than any other mineral element except nitrogen and, in some cases, calcium.
  • Helps in the building of protein, photosynthesis, fruit quality and reduction of diseases.

Magnesium (Mg)

  • Aids in photosynthesis, Mg is the central element of the chlorophyll molecule.
  • Carrier of Phosphorus in the plant.
  • Nutrient uptake control
  • Increases iron utilization

Manganese (Mn)

  • Functions with enzyme systems involved in breakdown of carbohydrates, and nitrogen metabolism.

Molybdenum (Mo)

  • Helps in the use of nitrogen

Sodium (Na):

  • Beneficial element for plant growth
  • Affects stomatal movement, leading to an overall higher leaf water status, improving water use effi
  • Natrium has an additional beneficial effect on the plant’s nutritional value


Nickel (N):

  • Nickel is required to make the enzymes function so that the nitrogen circulation can continue.

Nitrogen (N)

  • Nitrogen is a part of all living cells and is a necessary part of all proteins, enzymes and metabolic processes involved in the synthesis and transfer of energy.
  • Nitrogen is a part of chlorophyll, the green pigment of the plant that is responsible for photosynthesis.
  • Helps plants with rapid growth, increasing seed and fruit production and improving the quality of leaf and forage crops.

Phosphorus (P)

  • Like nitrogen, phosphorus (P) is an essential part of the process of photosynthesis.
  • Involved in the formation of all oils, sugars, starches, etc.
  • Helps with the transformation of solar energy into chemical energy; proper plant maturation; withstanding stress.
  • Effects rapid growth.
  • Encourages blooming and root growth

Sulpher (S):

  • Improves the production of vegetable proteins and amino acids.
  • Has a beneficial effect on the water balance.


Silica/Silicon (Si)

  • Reinforces cell walls by deposition of solid silica.
  • Improves insect resistance (such as suppression of stemborers, leaf spider mites, and various hoppers)
  • Alleviates various environmental stresses (this includes drought, temperature extremes, freezing, UV irradiation) and chemical stresses (including salt, heavy metals, and nutrient imbalances)
  • Suppresses plant diseases caused by bacteria and fungi (such as mildew)
  • Direct stimulation of plant growth through more upright growth and plant rigidity.

Zinc (Zn)

  • Essential for the transformation of carbohydrates.
  • Regulates consumption of sugars.
  • Part of the enzyme systems which regulate plant growth.