Radish

{Raphanus raphanistrum subsp. Sativus}

Boron Deficiency in Radish

The leaves of boron-deficient radish are deformed, brittle, and chlorotic. In cases of severe boron deficiency, the leaf tip dies. The roots crack and are pale in color. The water-soaked flesh may show brown flecks. Boron deficiency can increase the production of thiocyanates, which are known giotrogens.

Soil Application (Suggested rates of application)

  Granubor 2 Fertibor
LBS./ACRE 6-13 6-13
KG/HA 6.75 - 14.63 6.75 - 14.63

Foliar Application (Suggested rates of application)

  Solubor
LBS./ACRE 4-9
KG/HA 4.5 - 10.125

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