Boron is an essential trace element that plays an important role in the synthesis of uracil, which is one of the foundations of RNA. It is also known for its involvement in various cell activities such as division, differentiation, maturation, respiration and growth.
Boron is associated with the germination and growth of pollen grains, and is involved in maintaining the viability of the pollen tube, which promotes good fruit binding. This has a strong effect on fruit production without defects and with good seed quality. It stimulates the formation of the root system and is closely related to potassium and calcium. This relationship increases the flow of sugars inside the plant, as the high concentration of calcium and potassium in the plant causes a high need for boron. Boron is involved in the formation of growth hormones, so a critical deficiency of this element and causes an anomaly in the growth of meristematic tissues with the cessation of growth points in height and subsequent death. Borophilous crops that require additional application of boron: rapeseed, sugar beet, sunflower, apple, tomato and others.
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