The United States and Canada encompass vast swaths of rich farmland that feed much of the world. From the corn fields of Illinois, to the apple orchards of Ontario, to California’s fertile Central Valley, agriculture fuels regional economies. Boron is essential for healthy crop yields, yet it is the second-most deficient nutrient across North America. Correcting boron deficiency requires an understanding of multiple factors—including weather, geography, soil conditions, and crop requirements. Since these elements vary widely across the U.S. agricultural landscape, growers need to tailor their micronutrient approaches to conditions in their region.
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