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A controlled-release source of boron

Boron is typically deficient in many Australian soils, particularly in high rainfall zones.

BioAgBor is an organic form of boron that is suited to a range of enterprises such as horticulture, vegetables, pastures and field crops.

Boron affects a range of areas related to plant growth and health including root growth, soil fertility, nutrient uptake, disease resistance, and flower and fruit quality.

As boron benefits the plant from emergence through to flowering or fruit-set, it is important that the source of boron delivers nutrient availability throughout the entirety of the plant’s life-cycle.

In BioAgBor, BioAg delivers a unique form of boron (hydroboracite) that has very low water-solubility (less than 5%), so the boron will not readily leach.

BioAgBor provides continuous availability of boron that will be accessed as borax and sodium borates, and used by the plant over extended periods.

Product information

BioAgBor product detailer

Perfect for boron-deficient soils and high rainfall zones

Suited to a range of pasture, horticulture, and field crop enterprises

BioAgBor provides continuous availability of boron that will be accessed as borax and sodium borates, and used by the plant over extended periods.

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BioAgBor technical information

Specifications

Boron Trioxide (B203) 34.0 % min
Boron (B) 10.5 % min
Calcium (Ca) 7.0 % min
Magnesium (Mg) 4.0 % min
Solubility in citric acid 65.0 % min

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Directions for use

Suited to mechanised spreading and bulk blending.

Keep cool and dry.

Typical application rates are between 5-10 kg/ha depending on soil test results and frequency of application.

For drip irrigation systems, place along the top of drip lines.

For sprinkler irrigation systems, spread under tree rows, or along herbicide strips.

For more information, consult your BioAg agronomist or distributor.

Organic certification

BioAgBor is an organically certified product

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