Canada and the United States comprise vast swaths of renowned farmland. From the corn fields of Iowa to the apple orchards of Ontario, boron plays an important role in the health of North American agriculture.
Recent unpredictable weather patterns, resulting in drought or flooding, have only compounded the need for additional nutrients, and boron supplementation in the region. With aggressive profit margins and rising farming costs, growers’ hard-earned dollars must also be carefully allocated. As North American growers work to feed the region (and much of the world, through exports), they need nutrient products that meet rigorous quality and certification standards and deliver the most available boron per pound—for optimal crop health and return on investment (ROI).