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 comparison between Granubor and South American ulexite
Minas Gerais, Brazil (2016-2017): Highest yield
Sao Paulo, Brazil (2013-2015): Consistent yield increase
Conversion factors for the determination of the principal constituents, or equivalents, of more common boron compounds.
Hebei, China (2011): Yield increase of 7.03% as compared with routine fertilization
Java, Indonesia (2011-2012): Yield increase of 7.57%
Jilin, China (2011): Yield increase of 8.3% as compared with application of mixed fertilizer containing no zinc
Parana, Brazil (2015-2016): One year study of Granubor
Parana, Brazil (2014-2015): One year study of Solubor
Parana, Brazil (2015-2016): One year study of Solubor Flow
Tennessee, USA (2004): Significant increase in yield
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.