The Key to
Boron deficiency is widespread, affecting crop production and
quality across North America. Aspire delivers the optimum amount
of this vital nutrient to each plant, all season long.
Protect your fields from boron deficiency.
Throughout the world, boron is the most widespread micronutrient deficiency after zinc. Most pronounced during drought periods, boron deficiencies stunt plant growth by reducing cell wall elongation at the growing point. The need for replenishing this vital micronutrient is even more important today, as season after season, more is pulled out of the soil.
From: Boron in Agriculture. Published by PPI, Page 13
A big punch,
Boron is a key nutrient for maximum yield, starting from the beginning. Young plants take up B via mass flow, so it’s passive, unregulated, and dependent on adequate soil moisture. As much as 90% of B is found in the cell wall and is not phloem mobile between plant tissues. Therefore, root uptake is critical for maximum plant response to B.
you and your plants.
An adequate supply of Boron throughout the growing season promotes root elongation that allows for maximum nutrient uptake and yield. Boron also helps plants to better tolerate common environmental stresses like heat and drought. During drought conditions, naturally occurring boron is less available for plants, making supplementing even more important.
The key to healthy
Boron is incredibly important during the crucial stages of reproductive organ development. Boron is in high demand in a plant’s reproductive tissue, and a proper supply provides increased fruit and grain development - leading to healthy, stronger, and more valuable crops.