For perfect nutritional
balance, turn to B.
Learn why boron is key to maximizing your yields.
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 extension 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 factor throughout the plant's life cycle. In seedling crops, plants uptake the nutrient in the form of boric acid, and it stays as this form within the plant. More than 90% of boron is found in cell wall structures. Uptake is by mass flow, so it is passive and unregulated, dependent on soil moisture and water flow into the plant.
Lower stress—for 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 plant growth.
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.
Dig deeper into boron atcropnutrition.com
Directions for use
|B rate (lbs/ac)|
|Maximum B Application
for season (lbs/ac)
|0 - 300|
|0 - 1.5|
|0 - 200|
|0 - 1|
The best way to distribute boron to your fields.
Here’s our simple, easy-to-follow guide for safely handling and applying Aspire in your field. Please follow carefully to maximize your safety and the effectiveness of Aspire.Download the directions
WARNING: Contains Boron. Use of Boron may result in crop injury. DO NOT place this product in direct contact with the seed. Use in accordance with recommendations of a qualified individual or institution, such as, but not limited to, a certified crop advisor, agronomist, university crop extension publication, or apply according to recommendations in your approved nutrient management plan. Do not exceed application rates that could be harmful based on soil type, crop sensitivity and fertilizer placement.
The Directions for Use of the product must be followed carefully. It is impossible to eliminate all risks inherently associated with the use of this product. Crop injury, ineffectiveness, or other unintended consequences may result from many factors including, without limitation, manner of use or application, weather, combination with other products, and crop conditions. All such risks are assumed by the product user.