Complete boron nutrition in plants


Boron is essential for your crops.

When you need Boron?

Specifications of Everchem Borate

Items Result
Boric Oxide (B2O3)
46% - 48%
Calcium Oxide (CaO)
14% - 17%
Sodium Oxide (Na2O)
12% - 16%
Silicon Oxide (Sio2)
8% - 12%
Sulphate (SO4)
5% - 7%
Potassium Oxide (K2O)
1% - 2.5%
Magnesium Oxide (MgO)
1% - 2.5%
Iron Oxide (Fe2O3)
0.3% - 0.5%
Water (H2O)
< 1%

How Everchem Borate Fertilizer can benefit your Oil Palms ?

Available in two forms

Powder and granules. Both have a high level of bio-availability for roots. Both are easy to handle and disperse. They are also designed to have minimal runoff and stay within the soil in order to enrich the palm. Powder form can be applied into liquid form.

Rapid correction of boron deficiency

Boron deficiency is more prominent in coastal plantations where there is lower organic matter and the soil is sandy with a high humidity. Additionally, soil that are slightly alkaline will have a lower availability of Boron too. Everchem Borate can be soluble enough to reach the oil palm roots.

More leaves and fruits

In case Boron is deficient, your trees may be stunted in growth. Everchem Borate fertilizer provides the Boron needed by your oil palms to grow big, strong and steady. Your palms can produce better fruits, make sure that they’re not lack of Boron.

Environmentally Friendly

Our Borate fertilizer is made from the best Calcined Ulexite minerals that are found naturally in as salts in the South America. No harmful additives means completely safe for you and your oil palms. It is also completely safe for the soil when applied at the correct rates and amounts.

Recommendation Rates of Application

For Nursery Plant:
The use of compound fertilizer that contain 0.5 Р1% B2O3 is the best way to supply evenly the B requirements without fear of toxicity. 100 gr / plant at the time of transplanting from the first stage is recommended.

Aged Plants:
100 – 200 gr / palm.

Oil Palm
100 - 200 gr / palm
10 gr / vine
5 gr / plant
25 gr / tree
10 - 15 gr / clump | 20 gr / Ha