BorPower: Vital for Growth and Pollination

BorPower is used on field crops, tree fruit, vegetables, and ornamentals for the prevention and correction of Boron deficiencies. BorPower is a combination of Boric acid and organic acids. BorPower can be used with a starter fertilizer if its not placed in direct contact with the seed.

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FAQ: Why do you recommend applying Boron foliar multiple times to some crops?

Boron is a micronutrient that is vital to mobilizing nutrients in the plant. Boron helps to pull nutrients through the plant to the point where cell division is happening and providing nutrient for growth and development. Boron can also improve flower set and pollination, which contributes to overall yield potential.

Use Rates


  • 2–4 qt/acre. DO NOT place in direct contact with seed.



  • Alfalfa: 1–2 pt/acre. Apply BorPower at green-up and shortly after each cutting. Add 2 qt/acre AlphaPower MP along with BorPower at green-up and shortly after each cutting to help maximize tonnage.
  • Cereal Grains: 1 pt/acre at Stage 4 to Stage 8.
  • Corn: 1 pt/acre at V6 to V10.
  • Soybeans: 1–2 pt/acre at R1 to R3.
  • Berry Crops, Vegetables, and Tree Fruit: 1–2 qt/acre per application throughout the growing season. At least two applications are recommended. More frequent applications at higher rates may be needed to correct any deficiencies.
  • Ornamentals: 1–2 qt/100 gallons of water. Cover foliage thoroughly to the point of runoff. Repeat applications if necessary.



  • 1 qt/acre with a minimum of 2 gallons of carrier per acre


Since using PowerAG products on my barley I have noticed increased stand-ability, denser root balls, and longer heads. The average weight ticket yield was 110 bushels/acre. I have never had that kind of success before!

Alfalfa: Improving Tonnage Results +16.4% Tons/Acre 

We have used AlphaPower MP and BorPower 5–7 days after each harvest and achieved significant results. PowerAG test plots using AlphaPower MP and BorPower delivered an average increase per cutting of 16.4% tons/acre.