Betazyme Plus


A glycine-betaine based liquid osmo-protector with calcium and boron.


Available packaging

1, 5, 20, 220 and 1.000 L

  • Liquid formulate that protects against physiopathies caused by hydric, thermal, and saline stress in plants and fruits.

  • Reduces fruit damage caused by water imbalances (cracking/microcracking).

  • Supplemented with calcium and boron to improves the shelf-life of the fruits and strengthens the cell walls.

BETAZYME PLUS is a liquid product specially formulated to combine the osmoprotective function of glycine-betaine in plant and fruits, together with the foliar action of Calcium and Boron. Due to its formulation, BETAZYME PLUS exerts an osmoprotective function on the crop, protecting it against physiopathies related to hydric and thermal stress and is complemented by the Calcium-boron action of to strengthen and give elasticity to the plant’s tissues.

The foliar application of BETAZYME PLUS provides an optimal and fast assimilation of its components and diminishes the incidence of malformations, preventing cracking and microcracking, etc.

  • Vegetables

    3 - 5 cc/L and an expenditure of 2 - 4 L/ha per application.

  • Fruit Trees

    3 - 5 cc/L and an expenditure of 2 - 4 L/ha per application.

Available in more than 7 countries, highlighting:

  • Europe

    Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain.

  • Asia


  • Africa



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BETAZYME PLUS contains glycine-betaine which has several advantages such as balancing the osmotic potential, avoiding photoinhibition, increasing carbon fixation and protecting the reproductive organs.

Phenological phase

    • Sowing
    • Planting
    • Rooting
    • Emergence

    • Vegetative development
    • Sprouting
    • Tillering
    • Stem elongation

    • Vegetative development
    • Blooming
    • Vegetative development
    • Fruit setting
    • Vegetative development
    • Emergence of the inflorescence

    • Fruit Growth
    • Ripening
    • Grain Filling
    • Ripening

    • Harvesting
    • Post-harvest life

  • All kinds of crops
  • Row crops

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