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As one of the chemical elements that make up our planet, boron is all around us—in soil and water, plants and animals—in trace amounts.
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A white, crystalline product manufactured in France by Borax Francais S.A.S.
Solubor is highly water soluble, and is commonly applied in foliar sprays. Because the season for the most effective foliar application of boron is short, foliar sprays must be prepared quickly and accurately.
Anhybor is a versatile boron product that, depending on the grade, can be used to produce boron-enriched compound fertilizers or to coat different fertilizer products, such as NPK blends.
An anhydrous borax is a free-flowing, colorless glassy product manufactured in the USA by U.S. Borax Inc.
A free-flowing, colorless glassy manufactured in the USA by U.S. Borax Inc.
Apples require an adequate supply of available boron, especially during flower formation and fruit set. Learn how foliar sprays such as Solubor during the dormant season, pre-pink, and early bud stages can ensure an adequate supply of boron.
Certain crops are more at risk for boron deficiency than others. Fortunately, refined boron can help.
How much arsenic does your micronutrient fertilizer contain? Granubor is guaranteed to have low arsenic content.
South Africa (1989-1990): Best yield was achieved with applications at first bud break
Some bermudagrass varieties may respond to applied boron, especially on sandy soils in high rainfall regions, or with adverse weather conditions during the growing season. Where needed, preplant application of Granubor with the early-season top-dressed NPK fertilizer generally will ensure an adequate boron supply.
An essential part of industry—and everyday life
As one of the 109 elements that make up the planet, it’s not surprising that boron is all around us—in soil and water, plants and animals.
Most borates produced by U.S. Borax are relatively stable materials which are normally supplied in 50 lb or 25 kg bags. All bagged borate products should be hadled with care.