Influence of Application Variables of Boron-Containing Fertilizers Applied in Peanut

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D.L. Jordan; S.H. Lancaster; J.E. Lanier; P.D. Johnson; J.B. Beam; A.C. York; R.L. Brandenburg; F.R. Walls; S. Casteel; C. Hudak

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Scholarly Article


Peanut Science

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Abstract: Several formulations of the essential element boron (B) are commercially available for application to peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) and other crops. Research was conducted in North Carolina to compare accumulation of B in peanut leaves, stems, and pods following application of water soluble disodium octaborate with 17.5% B (Solubor

Additional Bibliographic Information

David L. Jordan, Sarah H. Lancaster, James E. Lanier, P. Dewayne Johnson, Joshua B. Beam, Alan C. York, Rick L. Brandenburg, F. Robert Walls, Shaun Casteel, and Coleen Hudak (2006) Influence of Application Variables on Efficacy of Boron-Containing Fertilizers Applied to Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Peanut Science: July 2006, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 104-111.

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