"Liming acid soils increases the need for boron. Consequently, severe boron deficiency is more likely to occur and has been observed much more frequently on limed than on unlimed soils. Farmers should not hesitate to use lime for fear of boron deficiency; rather, it should be recognized that both lime and boron may be needed for maximum yields. The use of boron should not be restricted to limed soils." 1
1- Lancaster, J.D., B.C. Murphy, B.C. Hurt, Jr., B.L. Arnold, R.E. Coats, R.C. Albritton, and L. Walton, 1962. Boron Now Recommended for Cotton, Bulletin 635. Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station.