What is GS-BORON?

- Strengthens the growth point and suberization
- Restores growth point disorders.
- Accelerates flower bud differentiation.
- Reduces defect rate in fruit crops
- Stabilization of plant vigor
- Prevents leaf suberization
- Facilitates sugar absorption and mobility

Main Active Ingredients

-Polysaccharide 7%, Seaweed Extracts 3%, Amino acid 5%

How to Use

-Dilute to 500ml/500L Apply 2 to 3 times in seven-day intervals


-B2O3 6.0%
-Fe 0.1%
-Mo 0.0005%

Functions of Boron 

- Helps cell division and fertilization, while suppressing absorption of ammonia, potassium, and calcium.
- Helps generation of RNA by regulating and facilitating synthesis of various nucleus acid bases.

Symptoms of Boron Deficiency

- The primary growth points cease to function or even the growth points in the roots begin to wither
- Young fruits may end up sterile.
- Petiole suberization may happen.
- The center of the stem turns black.
- Sap come out of the fruits, along with signs of suberization in some cases.
- The inside of petiole is stained with block spots or brown cracks that run vertically or horizontally. 

Boron, borax (Na2B4O7) and boric acid (H3BO3)

Boron is one of the key micro nutrients for a plant to grow. Borax and boric acid are the

fertilizers used to provide boron to plants. Boron is absorbed as boric acids by plants,

while borax is a type of boric compounds, made by adding soda to boric acid.

Then, what is the best choice to supply boron, boric acid or borax?

The choice between boric acid and borax is dependent on acidity. Borax is an alkali

product, with a pH of 9, while boric acid is slightly acidic with a pH of 5. If you desire

an alkali state, you can use borax, or boric acid, if you want acidity. The content of

water-soluble boron is 56% in boric acid and 48% in borax. Therefore, as for the dose,

you may need to increase the dose by 12% when you use borax to match the dose in boric acid.