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Stimupro is an organic compound containing naturally occurring plant extracts and ligno-proteins designed to increase root growth, increase chlorophyll in any plant that is green and actively growing.

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When discussing deer diets, many people do not realize what deer actually eat. For the most part deer eat forbs (weeds), browse, and mast (acorns and other fruits). 'Browse' consists of stems and leaves of woody plants. Contrary to most thinking, seldom do deer eat grass. Of the different classes of plants, deer 'prefer' forbs when available; however, they are not always available so browse is considered the staple that carries them through hard times such as droughty summers and the winter.

Browse plants for deer can be placed into three categories (1st choice, 2nd choice, or 3rd choice) according to preference by deer. Generally, the more palatable and digestible plants have higher preference by deer. Palatability refers to the taste while digestibility refers to how easily the animal can break it down to withdraw the nutrients. Growth stage of the plant and season can change both palatability and digestibility. As a plant matures lignin builds up in the cell walls of the plant. Lignin is nearly completely indigestible, so the more mature the lower the digestibility. A plant can be an important browse plant at an early growth stage and then nearly useless as it reaches maturity.

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This is the correct time for the first application of 5 oz. of Stimupro.

Blooming and pegging.

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StimuBor10 is ideal for farmers, gardeners and for lawn care.

SimuBor10Boron plays such an essential role in plant growth that particular care must be given to the monitoring of soil for proper levels. Without adequate boron plants may appear healthy by will not flower or fruit. Boron is also essential for germination of pollen, seed and wall formation and can lead to stunted growth.

pH levels are key indicators for addressing boron deficiencies as a high pH level will limit its availability to plants. Also care needs to be paid to the application of lime, too much lime will deplete the boron levels in soil.

Crops with a very high response to boron levels:

alfalfa, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, citrus, clover, conifers, corn, lettuce, onions, peaches, peanuts, sunflower, sweet corn, sweetpotato, sugarbeets, table beets, tomato, and turnip.