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  1. 1. PRODUCT INDEX FERTILIZERS SITKO SA 0-7-17 .......................................42 A Combination of Silicate, Phosphite & Salicylic Acid For NITRO-30® SRN 30-0-0..................................6• With 85% Slow Release Nitrogen • Crops All• DRY TECHNOLOGY• NITRO®-26 CB PLUS .......................................9 26-0-0 With 0.5% Boron BIONUTRIENTS™ SOLUBLE AG 8-1-9 .................43 NITRO®+K 22-0-16......................................12 With 82% Smart Nitrogen Plus Potassium Carbonate BIOBLENDER™ MEDIA MIX ................................45 (3-0-3) For All Types Of Nursery & Greenhouse Pre-Plant AMMOS 22-0-0 ............................................15 & Transplant Soils With 40% Smart Nitrogen™ Plus 4% Sulfur “TKO” PHOSPHITE 0-29-26 ............................17 BIOLOGICAL FUNGICIDE 100% Phosphite COMPANION® ................................................45 RECOVER RX (3-18-18) ..................................20 Liquid Biological Fungicide RX Foliar Formulation with Salicylic Acid And A Unique Blend of Phosphorus Sources MICRONUTRIENTS 3-18-18 .....................................................22 MICROTECH CT (4-0-0) ................................53 Macro Liquid Foliar Formulation Chelated Micronutrients 3.5% Fe, 1.5% Mg, BLOOMTASTIC STARTER PLUS 8-32-5 ...................24 4% S, .75% Mn, .75% Zn, .003% Mo, 0.15% B 18-6-12 NURSERY STAR ..................................26 MICROTECH AG (4-0-0) ................................54 Liquid Fertilizer Solution With 60% Smart Nitrogen Chelated Micronutrients 4% Mn, 4% Zn, .5% Fe , 0.16% B TRIPLE TEN 10-10-10.....................................28 ZINC CHELATE 8%..........................................55 All Purpose Fertilizer With 40% Smart Nitrogen Plus A 100% Chelated Zinc Solution Micros CAL-TEC 9% (6-0-0)......................................56 14-7-14 ALL PURPOSE ....................................30 Calcium Glucoheptonate With 9% Chelated Calcium With 50% Slow Released Methylene Nitrogen plus CAL MAG MAX 7-0-3.....................................58 Micronutrients With 4% Chelated Calcium & 2% Chelated Magnesium CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. In case of contact with eyes, 0-0-25 LIQUID POTASSIUM ...............................32 IRON immediately with copious amounts of water. Contact a physician. flush MAX AC 6% 15-0-0..............................60 The Purest Form of Potassium Do not take internally. With 2% Chelated Manganese & 3.5% Sulfur BIOLOGICALLY BASED NATURAL ORGANICS X-XTRA Iof Sale and Warranty: Growth and is reasonably fit for thethe prod- Condition RON 6-0-0 ........................................62 uct conforms to its chemical description Products, Ltd. warrants that purpose stated on the 9% -only when used in accordance with label directions under High Iron label Low Nitrogen 6% PH REDUCER .................................................34 normal conditions of use. Handling, storage and use of the product by Buyer Citric Acid Solution MICREL Tbeyond (5-0-0) of Growth Products, Ltd. and Seller. Risks such or User are OTAL the control ....................................64 as crop Eightor other unintended consequences resulting from, but not limited With injury Chelated Micronutrients to, weather or soil conditions, presence of other materials, disease, pests, drift SIL-GUARD® (0-2-5) ......................................35 With 7% Potassium Silicate & 2% Phosphite Mother crops or IN NO CASEfailureGPfollow label directions SELLER assumed to AGNESIUM property, or 3%.................................66 by Buyer or User. CHELATE WILL to SOLUTIONS, LLC OR will be BE HELD Liquid Organic Chelate LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR INDIRECT DAMAGES RESULT- ESSENTIAL® ORGANIC 1-0-1.............................37 ING FROM THE HANDLING, STORAGE OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT. 100% Natural Organic Root and Plant Stimulator MANGANESE CHELATE 5% ................................68 Organic Chelate With 2% Sulfur the USA By: Manufactured in SAR ACTIVATOR SA .......................................40 10% Solution of Salicylic Acid 2
  2. 2. PROGRAMS TECHNICAL / SALES STAFFCITRUS PROGRAM ..........................................70 SOUTHEAST / SOUTH CENTRALGrapefruit • Kumquat • Lemon • Lime • Mandarin • Randy OberlanderOrange • Pummello • Avocado Fax: 813-655-0836CITRUS PROGRAM ..........................................71 Cell: 914-469-2577Low Volume Foliar Program Formulated for Greening roberlander@growthproducts.comCUCURBIT PROGRAM .......................................72 NORTHEASTCucumber, Cantaloupe, Squash, Pumpkin, & Melons Craig LambertGRAPE PROGRAM ...........................................73 Cell: 917-416-4588Wine and Table Grapes clambert@growthproducts.comRICE SEED PREPARATION ...................................74 CENTRAL/MOUNTAINSSEED GERMINATION .......................................75 Alan NicksicAnnuals • Perennials • Vegetables • Fruits • Herbs Cell: 970-218-1042SOFT BERRY PROGRAM .....................................76 anicksic@growthproducts.comStrawberries • Cranberries • Blueberries • Boysenberries WEST COAST AND INTERNATIONALTOMATO PROGRAM .........................................77Large Round • Determinate • Greenhouse • Romaper • Keith GiertychSaladette • Cherry • Grape • Paste Cell: 408-687-3225 kgiertych@growthproducts.comWATERMELON PROGRAM ...................................78A Liquid Foliar Nutritional Program For Fruit Set, & NEW YORK METROPOLITAN AREAProduction Of Consistent, Marketable & High QualityWatermelons Howard Gold Cell: 917-559-4425CONTACT INFORMATION hgold@growthproducts.comGROWTH PRODUCTS, LTD. FLORIDABY PHONE Mark White Cell: 239-214-1072Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm mwhite@nitro30.com(Eastern)Toll Free: 800-648-7626 or David Terrell914-428-1316 Cell: 863-673-6257Fax: 914-428-2780 fax dterrell@nitro30.comInternational: 001 914 428 1316 Chris KambergBY MAIL Cell: 863-673-6327 ckamberg@nitro30.comGrowth Products, Ltd.80 Lafayette Avenue NORTH CENTRALWhite Plains, NY 10603 Goris Passchier Cell: 616-366-7872 gpasschier@growthproducts.com 3
  3. 3. GROWER PROGRAMS Many citrus managers in Florida have to deal with greeningCITRUS and citrus canker. A bold approach to controlling these po- tentially devastating problems is an aggressive foliar spray program outlined at the left. Using this program citrus growers have been able to bring entire blocks of heavily Total Turn-Around Program damaged citrus (some with up to 90% greening) back into Product Rate Per Acre Application Timing productivity. It seems like a miracle, but there is an expla-“TKO” Phosphite 0- First application nation: trees damaged by greening can no longer gather 2 Quarts29-26 100% Phosphite should be sprayed nutrients from the soil due to damage to the trees’ vascu-Companion® during the Bud lar system, but are still able to uptake foliar-applied nutri- 16 ozBiological Fungicide Induction ents through their leaves, stems, and branches. The spraySAR Activator SA Dormant Spray. combination in the Total Turn-Around Program gives trees10% Solution of Salicylic 1 Quart Followed up by an additional 4-5 the biostimulants needed to boost their natural immuneAcid sprays during the system and also provides the nutrients necessary for pro-MicroTech AG 4-4-5 year.Chelated Micronutrients 3 Quarts ductive growth.Growth Products’ Cantaloupe Spray Program featuringNitro-30 SRN, 3-18-18 Macro Liquid Fertilizer, and Mi-croTech AG has been used by growers with exceptional re- CANTALOUPEsults. After consulting with a Growth Products TechnicalAdvisor, Chris Kamberg, early in the year, a grower inFlorida began the program at planting time. A little more Cantaloupe Spray Programthan three-quarters of the way into the season, he had al- Product Rate Per Acre Application Timingready picked above his yield for the prior year. The field on Nitro-30® SRNwhich the Cantaloupe Spray Program was used yielded a With 85% Slow Release 1 Gallon Nitrogenhigh percentage of well-netted USDA Fancy Melons, and Apply every otherproduced 75 to 80 bins of cantaloupes per acre. The field week during 3-18-18 Macro Liquidhas also yielded many compliments: several people have 2.5 Gallon season though Foliar Formulation last week ofcommented that the grower has the best looking can- harvest.taloupe field in the county! MicroTech AG 2 Quarts Chelated Micronutrients INGCOM N SOOComing Soon! All the same great disease fight-ing properties of Companion Liquid, but now in asoluble form.• Easy to dilute and mix with water.• Available in 8 oz packs, 5 lb pails, and 200 lbfiber drums.• Pending OMRI Certification 4
  4. 4. Growth Products customers need a product they can de-BERRIES pend on and see the results. So the company was de- lighted to hear from a grower in Florida who set up his own experiment when planting 12 acres of blueberries. The grower dipped one group of 1-gallon containerized shrubs Planting Dip or Drench into a Essential and Companion mixture (see ratio at left)A quick pre-planting dip or post-planting drench that reducestransplant shock and results in healthier robust plants for all prior to planting. The grower completely immersed the crops including berries, grapes, stone fruit, citrus and shrubs in the solution for 3 or 4 seconds, then placed the vegetables. plants in the planting hole for one hour prior to unpotting 100 Gallon Application Timing and planting. At the same time, the grower planted a con- Product Water Completely immerse trol group of untreated plants. The results were amazing.Essential Plus® the containerized While the plants dipped in Essential and Companion flour-100% Natural 2 Quarts plants, leaving them inOrganic ished, growing aggressively and showing great color, the the mixture for 3 or 4 undipped plants suffered from transplant shock and de- seconds, and place the plants – container and layed growth. Enough proof, he said, to make him a firmCompanion®Biological 1/2 Gallon all – in the planting believer in the solid power of Growth Products’ safe andFungicide hole for 30 minutes environmentally friendly Essential and Companion. prior to planting.Since California’s “King of Peppers” started using GrowthProducts three years ago, his crop problems with soil-borne fungi and insect vectored diseases have largely dis- PEPPERSappeared. A third generation pepper grower, Joe ofTurbetti Farms, renowned for his large grade hot and mildchili peppers, jalapeños, and bell peppers, has strong sales Grow Large Grade Peppersto restaurants, farmers markets, and at his own grilled Product Rate Per Acre Application Timingpepper stand. With 5 grills going from morning to evening, Starter Plus 8-his stand generates long lines of hungry customers. But 32-5 with 50% Apply after 2 - 3 Quartsdespite this success, his fields had been plagued by Mo- Slow Release transplanting. Nitrogensaic virus, phytopthora and Sclerotinia. His pepper fields Apply 2 to 3 times perare surrounded by cherry orchards, notorious for insects Nitro-30® 30-0-0 growing season. Use with 85% Slow 2 Quarts additional applicationsand especially leafhoppers. He began dipping flats of pep- Release Nitrogenpers into a solution of Essential and Companion prior to if plant requires I.transplanting, and giving his plants optimal nutrition with Cal-Tec 9% (6-0-0) made Apply at time of fruitGrowth Products. The “King of Peppers” now has healthier 2 - 3 Quarts set. from Calciumplants, which don’t get attacked by insects. Glucoheptonate Growing premium long-stem roses and cut flowers such asCUT FLOWERS statice can be demanding. But with Growth Products’ special silica and calcium sprays, a grower’s profit line can be as beautiful as the gorgeous blooms. Several growers in Quito, Ecuador, started using Growth Products in 2006, and have Disease and Insect Free been impressed. Applying Essential and Companion 100 Gallon Application drenches starting at transplant has the immediate benefits Product Water Timing of creating clean white roots and quickly establishing theEssential Plus® 100% plants without transplant shock. Long term, the drenches re- 1 Pint Apply firstNatural Organic application at time of sult in healthier plants with significantly less insect and dis- plating. Reapply ease damage, as the plants resist insect attack and shrugCompanion® every 21-28 days. 1 PintBiological Fungicide off phytophthora, pythium, botrytis and other fungal dis-SIL-GUARD® (0-2- eases. Stem strength on the flowers are further enhanced5)With 7% Potassium 1 Quart Apply as needed for by sprays of Cal-Tec and Sil-Guard, both of which toughen aSilicate & 2% Phosphite plant turgidity, cell wall strength, to plant’s cell structure. The exquisite blooms are shippedCal-Tec 9% withstand disease, world-wide, and arrive in the United States, Canada, France,(6-0-0) made from 1 Quart insects.Calcium Glucoheptonate Russia looking healthy and fresh. 5
  5. 5. NITRO-30 SRN 30-0-0 ® WITH 85% SLOW RELEASE NITROGEN• Safe, Low Salt Index 2-4 •Corrects Nitrogen Deficiencies• Environmentally Friendly - Reduced Leaching •Source for Minor Element Induction• No Nitrates - Less Ground Applied N •Contains 85% Smart Nitrogen GUARANTEED ANALYSIS : • Add water soluble fertilizers and / or soluble powders. (Pre-mix Total Nitrogen (N) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30% powders in water prior to adding to spray tank mix solution.) 4.5% Urea Nitrogen • Finish filling spray tank with water to desired volume. Mix or cir- 25.5% Slowly Available Nitrogen* culate tank mix prior to spraying. Sources: Low Biuret Urea, Methylene Urea. • Be sure to rinse out spray and nursery equipment after use. 25.5% Slowly Available Nitrogen from Methylene Urea. F106 AGRICULTURAL GENERAL DIRECTIONS : Foliar: Nitro-30 can be used on all field crops, vegetables and TECHNICAL DATA : permanent crops such as fruit and nut trees as a foliar spray ap- Weight per gallon (lbs.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.38 pH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 plication to correct nitrogen deficiencies, improve growth and crop Salt Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4 yield. Nitro-30 can be applied as a ground spray. Always apply Pounds N per gallon (0.37 Kg N/ L) . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 with enough water to obtain adequate plant coverage. It can be Gallons per Ton (2,000 lbs.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192.7 applied by aerial application as a concentrate with sufficient water Salting out Temperature , oF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 to achieve adequate plant coverage. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Fertigation: Nitro-30 can also be applied to soil as a band, side- Nitro-30 liquid slow release nitrogen is a unique fertilizer tech- dress or injected through the irrigation system; sprinkler, drip or nology that provides your crops with a steady, reliable and safe center pivot. feed of nitrogen. As a foliar feed, it is absorbed into the leaf cuti- GREENHOUSE & NURSERY: cle and reserved there. The nitrogen is steadily released and is Nitro-30 is a high quality, concentrated slow release nitrogen so- absorbed through the stomatal openings as the plant requires it. lution. It has the lowest salt index of any nitrogen source at 2-4. This avoids unwanted rapid growth spurts. Studies show that It is ideal for both supplement feeding and constant feed of nurs- Nitro-30 has reduced nitrogen leaching and volatilization by up ery stock for both foliar and root uptake. This clear liquid can be to 75%, so that the amount of soil applied nitrogen can be re- injected through fertigation, drip irrigation or overhead sprinkler duced, while improving crop yield. Nitro-30 will provide up to a systems. twelve week nitrogen release, saving you the time and labor of For Supplemental Feeding: Use between applications of granular repeated fertilizer applications. Field studies in Europe and the US coated fertilizer to level off nutrients that are often not available or have confirmed that foliar (leaf) application of Nitro-30 quickly depleted because of adverse weather conditions. This will extend corrects nitrogen deficiencies and that nitrogen rates can be re- nutrient availability at the end of feeding cycle to avoid costly hand duced to less than 1/2 of soil applied rates. Nitro-30 has the low- topdressing. Apply at the end of growing cycle prior to shipment, est salt index of all nitrogen fertilizers (salt index of 2), significantly as a final feed to avoid labor, waste and spillage. reducing burn potential that often results from quick-release ni- For Constant Feed: Use on all nursery stock, potted and con- trogen, high salt index fertilizers. It can also be used as a chemi- tainerized plants as both foliar or root feeding. cal sticker to enhance pesticide uptake. TREES & ORNAMENTALS : It can be applied to soil as banded, sidedress or injected through The nitrogen release period for deep root injection extends 3 to 6 the irrigation system; sprinkler, drip or center pivot or by low vol- months depending on soil and climate conditions. There is no ume aerial application as a concentrate with sufficient water to danger of phytotoxicity. No special agitation is required. For trees, achieve adequate plant coverage. apply 1 lb. nitrogen per 1,000 sq. ft. (under canopy). Inject 4"-8" MIXING PROCEDURES : below soil surface, into root zone, with correctly calibrated tree • Fill water spray tank with approximately 1/2 water. fertilizer injection equipment. For ornamentals, apply ¾ lb. nitro- • Begin mixing or circulation. gen twice a year as a soil drench. • Add desired amount of Nitro-30 . COMPATIBILITY: • Add compatible micronutrients. Fertilizer Blends: Nitro-30 can be blended with other N-P-K ma- • Add Flowable materials and emulsifiables. terials to enhance their absorption and efficacy, and sticking prop- 6
  6. 6. erties. It is compatible with many potassium, phosphorus, mi- Nitro-30 (30-0-0)cronutrients and crop protection chemicals. Be sure to always read Fluid Ounces of Nitro-30 (30-0-0) per Gallon of Stock Tank Waterlabel instructions of technical materials before mixing. When mix- PPM Nitrogen 25 50 75 100 150 200 300ing with other products be sure that the final pH of the mixed so- 1:500 4 9 13 17 26 35 52lution is pH 7 or above. For further instructions on mix , please 1:300 3 5 8 10 16 21 31contact Growth Products prior to making blends. Do NOT mix with 1:200 2 3 5 7 10 14 21highly acid materials. Always use a jar test with appropriate con- 1:100 1 2 3 3.5 5 7 10centrations before mixing chemicals in your tank. 1:50 .5 1 1 2 3 3.5 5CAUTION: 1:15 Ratio for Hozon ProportionerThe following conditions must be observed in order to apply Nitro- 1:15 0.13 0.26 0.39 0.52 0.78 1 1.5630 successfully. Failure to follow these instructions may result indamage to the plant. Transplant Solutions• DO use Nitro-30 under conditions of optimum plant growth in- Application Rate Frequency / Notescluding highest humidity, moderate temperatures and adequate 1 gallons in 100 gallons of Drench roots at time ofsoil moisture. Fruit, Nut, Citrus water transplant with 1 - 2 Trees, Berries,• DO add, as a minimum, equal amount of water. Do use sufficient (1 Liter in 100 Liters of gallons and Vineswater to provide thorough coverage. water) ( 4 - 8 Liters) of mix.• DO a jar test before mixing chemicals in your tank. Foliar Spray: ½-1 gallon in Drench plug and plant 100 gallons of water• DO dilute Nitro-30 with water prior to mixing with other nutrients immediately. Do not allow (1 Liters in 100 Liters ofor pesticides. The following mixing procedures should be used after plants to dry or wilt. water)Nitro-30 has been diluted with water. Add products to mix in this Plugs Injector Ratio: 3.5 fl oz perorder: 1. wettable powders, 2. flowables, 3. water solubles, 4. sur- gallon of stock tank water Set injector at 100 PPM offactants, 5. emulsifiable concentrates. ratio at a 1:100 ratio Nitrogen.• DO agitate during each addition. Be sure each product is mixed (25 ml per L water at 1:100 ratio)well before adding the next technical material. It is recommended Important: The total amount of Nitro-30 used should not exceed 3 gal per acreto apply all of mixture in one day. (28 Liters per Ha)• DO use the correct label spray rates of any pesticide used withNitro-30. Nursery Applications• DO consult your local distributor for rate and application in- Application Rate Notesstructions. Containerized and Field Foliar Spray: 1 gallon Thoroughly spray to• DO NOT use when crop is under heavy stress from pests, heat Grown Crops, (including per 100 gal of water point of run-off. Applyor inadequate moisture levels. but not limited to):Decid- (1 L in 100 L water) every 2-4 weeks. uous and Evergreen Trees, Injector Ratio: 5-7 fl oz• DO NOT apply by aircraft if surface wind is greater than 5 miles Foliage, Ornamental per gallon of stock tank Set injector at 150-200per hour to assure adequate crop coverage and droplet deposi- Grasses, Perennials, Trop- water at a 1:100 ratio PPM of Nitrogen. Applytion. icals, Woody Ornamen- (35 - 52 ml per 1 liter monthly.STORAGE & HANDLING tals water)When stored below 320 F (0o C) for long periods of time, Nitro-30will become cloudy or viscous. When placed in warmer tempera- Fertigation / Drip Irrigation Ratestures or mixed with warm water Nitro-30 will regain its normal fluid Application Rate per acre (Hectare) Frequency / Notesstate. Freezing does not affect the agronomic quality of this prod- Apply 3-6 times per growing Sprinkler 1-3 gallonsuct. season or as needed to Irrigation (9-28 liters) supplement nitrogen requirementsBulk Storage: Nitro-30 can be stored in polypropylene, fiberglass, Tomatoes & Peppers Apply 2 times per month for 1-3 gallons Greenhouse Foliar Spray Recommendation 3 to 4 months. (9-28 liters) Application Rate Frequency / Notes Strawberries Transplanting: Mix 1-2 oz Apply twice monthly throughout Soak plug tray or foliar spray 1-3 gallons per gallon of water (8-16 growing season. after transplanting (9-28 liters) ml per liter water) Drip Irrigation Grapes, Trees & VinesFor All Types Apply 3 times per year or every Propagation: ½-1 oz per 1-3 gallons of Apply at 2nd leaf stage and 30 days in sandy soils. gallon water (4-8 ml per (9-28 liters)Greenhouse then every 10-14 day intervals. liter water) Lettuce, Celery and leafy Crops Maintenance: ½ -2 oz per Apply at 10-14 day intervals to Vegetables Apply at first irrigation and repeat gallon water (4-16 ml per supplement nutrient 1-3 gallons as needed. liter water) requirements. (9-28 liters) 7
  7. 7. Crop Application Recommendations Crop Rate Application Timing / Intervals 1 - 3 gallons per acreBananas Apply at 2 - 3 week intervals. 20-30 applications per year. (9-28 liters per hectare)Berries, such as (but not limited to): Blueberry, ½ - 2 gallons per acre Apply prior to bloom. Repeat at fruit set to early fruit color. RepeatBlackberry, Raspberry, Strawberry (5-18 liters per hectare) every 14 - 21 days until harvest.Bulb Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 1½ gallons per acre Apply 3 times each season starting when first early-set is 3 inches,Onions, Garlic, Shallots (5-14 liters per hectare) then at midseason, and then 2-3 weeks prior to harvest. Apply early spring and on flush growth. Apply at pre-bloom toCitrus, such as (but not limited to): Grapefruit, ½ - 3 gallons per acre increase fruit set. Apply post bloom to 3rd petal fall to increase fruitLemons, Limes, Oranges, Pomelo, Tangelo, (5-28 liters per hectare) size and cell elongation. Repeat in 30 days and when nitrogenTangerines needs are evident. Can be applied with crop protection sprays.Cole Crops, such as (but not limited to): Broccoli, ½ - 2 gallons per acre Apply at early head formation and repeat 14-21 days later.Cauliflower, Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Collards (5-18 liters per hectare)Cucurbits, such as (but not limited to): Cucumber, ½ - 3 gallons per acre Apply at early bloom and repeat approximately 4 weeks later.Cantaloupe, Squash, Pumpkin, Melons (5-28 liters per hectare)Field Crops, such as (but not limited to): Barley, ½ -3 gallons per acre Apply at flag leaf emergence or before flowering and repeat in 14-Corn, Oats, Peanut, Rice, Soybean, Sugar Beet and (5 - 28 liters per hectare) 21 days after pollination.Wheat. First application at early bloom. Repeat at fruit set and again 15 toFruiting Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 2½ gallons per acre 30 days later. Apply 3 to 4 weeks prior to harvest to strengthenPeppers, Tomato, Eggplant, Okra, Tomatillo (5-23 liters per hectare) canopy to reduce sunburn.Grapes, such as (but not limited to): Wine and ¼ -2 gallon per acre Apply at shoot growth to promote full canopy. Reapply at bloom toTable Grapes (2-19 liters per hectare) set fruit, and then again after bloom when nitrogen is needed.Grasses Grown for Seed, Sod Production, Pasture, ¼ - 2 gallons per acre Apply in early spring for good growth, then apply monthly andForage and Alfalfa (2 -19 liters per hectare) again after harvesting.Herbs and Spices, such as (but not limited to): ¼ - 1 gallon per acreCoriander, Basil, Chives, Dill, Rosemary, Sage & Apply after planting and reapply after harvesting. (2 -9 liters per hectare)Mint Apply after transplanting, thinning, or at 2nd true leaf stage. ApplyLeafy Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 2 gallons per acre subsequent application at 7-14 day intervals. Use as needed toLettuce, Celery, Spinach, Parsley, Radicchio (5-18 liters per hectare) supplement nutritional requirements.Legumes and Pulses, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 3 gallon per acre Apply shortly after first flower appears. Repeat 10 - 14 days later.Beans, Green Beans, Snap Beans, Lentils, Peas (5-19 liters per hectare)Root, Tuber and Corm Vegetables, such as (but not Apply after transplanting, thinning, or at 2nd true leaf stage. Apply ½ - 3 gallons per acrelimited to): Carrot, Potato, Sweet Potato, Beets, subsequent application at 10-15 day intervals. Use as needed to (5-28 liters per hectare)Ginger, Radish, Ginseng, Turnip supplement nutritional requirements.Tree Fruits and Nuts, such as (but not limited to): Apply first application at green tip, pink bud, dud swell or earlyAlmond, Apple, Apricot, Cacao, Cherry, Coffee, ½ - 3 gallons per acre bloom. Apply at 30 day intervals up to harvest for improved sizing.Filbert, Nectarine, Olive, Peach, Pear, Pecan, (5-28 liters per hectare) Apply post harvest in 1 or 2 applications. Apply as needed toPistachio, Plum, Prune, Quince and Walnut supplement nutritional requirements.Tropical / Sub Tropical Fruits, such as (but not ½ -2½ gallons per acre Apply on new major growth and on successive flushes. Spraylimited to): Avocados, Coffee, Dragon Fruit, (5-23 liters per hectare) monthly until harvest. Do not apply during bloom.Durian, Mangos, Papaya, Pineapples, Rubber Trees Suggested Program For Control Of Corky Root And Club Root Spray in a band wide enough to cover crop to economize. Apply with sufficient water for complete coverage. Rate per acre (Hectare) Frequency / Notes Head and Leaf Lettuce Varieties, Cauliflower, ¾ gallon (7 Liters) Apply to foliage following thinning or transplant. Broccoli, and Other Vegetable Crops with Apply to foliage 2 to 3 weeks after first application. Repeat for another two applications Similar Root Disorders 1¾ gallon (16 Liters) 2-3 weeks later for a total of three applications.stainless or mild steel tanks. Heat does not affect this product. Rec-ommended storage temperature for Nitro-30 is 40o F and above. Condition of Sale and Warranty: Growth Products, Ltd. warrants that the productWhen stored outside for long periods of time in temperatures <32o conforms to its chemical description and is reasonably fit for the purpose stated on the label only when used in accordance with label directions under normalF it is recommended to dilute the concentrate with water by 10- conditions of use. Handling, storage and use of the product by Buyer or User are15% to assure fluidity. If temperatures are less than 100 F, store in- beyond the control of Growth Products, Ltd. and Seller. Risks such as crop injuryside warehouse. Nitro-30 SRN does not require any special or other unintended consequences resulting from, but not limited to, weather or soil conditions, presence of other materials, disease, pests, drift to other crops oragitation. It is not corrosive to most metals with a slightly alkaline property, or failure to follow label directions will be assumed by Buyer or User. INpH and can be used through any irrigation or spray equipment. NO CASE WILL GROWTH PRODUCTS, LTD. OR SELLER BE HELD LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR INDIRECT DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE HANDLING, STORAGE OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT. 8
  8. 8. NITRO -26 CB PLUS ® 26-0-0 WITH 0.5% BORON• Safe, Low Salt Index •Corrects Nitrogen Deficiencies• Environmentally Friendly - Reduced Leaching •Source for Soluble Boron• No Nitrates - Less Ground Applied N •Contains 75% Smart NitrogenGUARANTEED ANALYSIS : label instructions of technical materials before mixing. When mix-Total Nitrogen (N) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26% ing with other products be sure that the final pH of the mixed so- 6% Urea Nitrogen lution is pH 7 or above. For further instructions on mix , please 20% Slowly Available Water Soluble Nitrogen * contact Growth Products prior to making blends. Do NOT mixBoron (B) ............................................................. 0.5% with highly acid materials. Always use a jar test with appropriateDerived From: Low Biuret Urea, Methylene Urea, Di Sodium concentrations before mixing chemicals in your tank.Octoborate Tetrahydrate F106 CAUTION:*75% slowly available Nitrogen from Methylene Urea The following conditions must be observed in order to apply Nitro-Weight per gallon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.38 kg 26 CB successfully. Failure to follow these instructions may resultWeight per liter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.22 kg in damage to the plant.pH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10Salt Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2- 4 • DO use Nitro-26 under conditions of optimum plant growth in-PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: cluding highest humidity, moderate temperatures and adequateNitro-26 CB is a very effective foliar fertilizer containing Growth soil moisture.Products Smart methylene nitrogen which increases nitrogen ab- • DO add, as a minimum, equal amount of water. Do use suffi-sorption into leaf tissue, and then quickly translocated throughout cient water to provide thorough coverage.the plant. Nitro-26 CB contains Boron that is an essential element • DO a jar test before mixing chemicals in your tank.for many agriculture crops including vegetable, tree fruit and nut • DO dilute Nitro-26 with water prior to mixing with other nutri-crops as well as forage crops. Nitro-26 CB has a very low salt ents or pesticides. The following mixing procedures should beindex and is therefore safe to use on many crops. It is safe for all used after Nitro-26 has been diluted with water. Add products tocrops, not causing phytotoxicity. mix in this order: 1. wettable powders, 2. flowables, 3. water sol-GENERAL DIRECTIONS : ubles, 4. surfactants, 5. emulsifiable concentrates.Foliar: Nitro-26 CB can be used on all field crops, vegetables and • DO agitate during each addition. Be sure each product is mixedpermanent crops such as fruit and nut trees as a foliar spray ap- well before adding the next technical material. It is recommendedplication to correct nitrogen and Boron deficiencies, improve to apply all of mixture in one day.growth and crop yield. Nitro-26 CB can be applied as a ground • DO use the correct label spray rates of any pesticide used withspray. Always apply with enough water to obtain adequate plant Nitro-26.coverage. Nitro-26 CB can be applied by aerial spray, sprinkler • DO consult your local distributor for rate and application in-or drip irrigation. When applied by aerial application as a con- structions.centrate with sufficient water to achieve adequate plant coverage. • DO NOT use when crop is under heavy stress from pests, heatFor Drip irrigation apply 1 to 4 gallons per acre, 3 - 6 times dur- or inadequate moisture levels.ing the growing season. For fruit and nut trees apply when roots • DO NOT apply by aircraft if surface wind is greater than 5 milesare actively growing. See expanded application chart for rates on per hour to assure adequate crop coverage and droplet deposi-other crops. Mix with sufficient water to assure adequate coverage tion.unless otherwise indicated.Fertigation: Nitro-26 CB can also be applied to soil as a band, STORAGE & HANDLING :sidedress or injected through the irrigation system; sprinkler, drip Storage: All Growth Products professional liquid fertilizers can beor center pivot. stored in normal warehouse areas and are not affected by freez-COMPATIBILITY: ing temperatures. Nitro-26 CB has a pH of 10.Fertilizer Blends: Nitro-26 CB can be blended with other N-P-Kmaterials to enhance their absorption and efficacy, and stickingproperties. It is compatible with many potassium, phosphorus, mi-cronutrients and crop protection chemicals. Be sure to always read 9
  9. 9. Crop Application Recommendations Crop Rate Application Timing / Intervals 1 - 3 gallons per acreBananas Apply at 2 - 3 week intervals. 20-30 applications per year. (9-28 liters per hectare)Berries, such as (but not limited to): Blueberry, ½ - 2 gallons per acre Apply prior to bloom. Repeat at fruit set to early fruit color. RepeatBlackberry, Raspberry, Strawberry (5-18 liters per hectare) every 14 - 21 days until harvest.Bulb Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 1½ gallons per acre Apply 3 times each season starting when first early-set is 3 inches,Onions, Garlic, Shallots (5-14 liters per hectare) then at midseason, and then 2-3 weeks prior to harvest. Apply early spring and on flush growth. Apply at pre-bloom toCitrus, such as (but not limited to): Grapefruit, ½ - 3 gallons per acre increase fruit set. Apply post bloom to 3rd petal fall to increase fruitLemons, Limes, Oranges, Pomelo, Tangelo, (5-28 liters per hectare) size and cell elongation. Repeat in 30 days and when nitrogenTangerines needs are evident. Can be applied with crop protection sprays.Cole Crops, such as (but not limited to): Broccoli, ½ - 2 gallons per acre Apply at early head formation and repeat 14-21 days later.Cauliflower, Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Collards (5-18 liters per hectare)Cucurbits, such as (but not limited to): Cucumber, ½ - 3 gallons per acre Apply at early bloom and repeat approximately 4 weeks later.Cantaloupe, Squash, Pumpkin, Melons (5-28 liters per hectare)Field Crops, such as (but not limited to): Barley, ½ -3 gallons per acre Apply at flag leaf emergence or before flowering and repeat in 14-Corn, Oats, Peanut, Rice, Soybean, Sugar Beet and (5 - 28 liters per hectare) 21 days after pollination.Wheat. First application at early bloom. Repeat at fruit set and again 15 toFruiting Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 2½ gallons per acre 30 days later. Apply 3 to 4 weeks prior to harvest to strengthenPeppers, Tomato, Eggplant, Okra, Tomatillo (5-23 liters per hectare) canopy to reduce sunburn.Grapes, such as (but not limited to): Wine and ¼ -2 gallon per acre Apply at shoot growth to promote full canopy. Reapply at bloom toTable Grapes (2-19 liters per hectare) set fruit, and then again after bloom when nitrogen is needed.Grasses Grown for Seed, Sod Production, Pasture, ¼ - 2 gallons per acre Apply in early spring for good growth, then apply monthly andForage and Alfalfa (2 -19 liters per hectare) again after harvesting.Herbs and Spices, such as (but not limited to): ¼ - 1 gallon per acreCoriander, Basil, Chives, Dill, Rosemary, Sage & Apply after planting and reapply after harvesting. (2 -9 liters per hectare)Mint Apply after transplanting, thinning, or at 2nd true leaf stage. ApplyLeafy Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 2 gallons per acre subsequent application at 7-14 day intervals. Use as needed toLettuce, Celery, Spinach, Parsley, Radicchio (5-18 liters per hectare) supplement nutritional requirements.Legumes and Pulses, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 3 gallon per acre Apply shortly after first flower appears. Repeat 10 - 14 days later.Beans, Green Beans, Snap Beans, Lentils, Peas (5-19 liters per hectare)Root, Tuber and Corm Vegetables, such as (but not Apply after transplanting, thinning, or at 2nd true leaf stage. Apply ½ - 3 gallons per acrelimited to): Carrot, Potato, Sweet Potato, Beets, subsequent application at 10-15 day intervals. Use as needed to (5-28 liters per hectare)Ginger, Radish, Ginseng, Turnip supplement nutritional requirements.Tree Fruits and Nuts, such as (but not limited to): Apply first application at green tip, pink bud, dud swell or earlyAlmond, Apple, Apricot, Cacao, Cherry, Coffee, ½ - 3 gallons per acre bloom. Apply at 30 day intervals up to harvest for improved sizing.Filbert, Nectarine, Olive, Peach, Pear, Pecan, (5-28 liters per hectare) Apply post harvest in 1 or 2 applications. Apply as needed toPistachio, Plum, Prune, Quince and Walnut supplement nutritional requirements.Tropical / Sub Tropical Fruits, such as (but notlimited to): Avocados, Coffee, Dragon Fruit, ½ -2½ gallons per acre Apply on new major growth and on successive flushes. SprayDurian, Mangos, Papaya, Pineapples, Rubber Trees (5-23 liters per hectare) monthly until harvest. Do not apply during bloom. Suggested Program For Control Of Corky Root And Club Root Spray in a band wide enough to cover crop to economize. Apply with sufficient water for complete coverage. Rate per acre (Hectare) Frequency / Notes Head and Leaf Lettuce Varieties, Cauliflower, ¾ gallon (7 Liters) Apply to foliage following thinning or transplant. Broccoli, and Other Vegetable Crops with Apply to foliage 2 to 3 weeks after first application. Repeat for another two applications Similar Root Disorders 1¾ gallon (16 Liters) 2-3 weeks later for a total of three applications. 10
  10. 10. Transplant Solutions Nursery Applications Application Rate Frequency / Notes Application Rate NotesFruit, Nut and 1 gallons in 100 gallons of Drench roots at time of Containerized and Field Foliar Spray: 1 gallon Thoroughly spray to Citrus Trees, water transplant with 1 - 2 Grown Crops, per 100 gal of water point of run-off. Apply (including but not (1 L in 100 L water) every 2-4 weeks.Berries, Vines (1 Liter in 100 Liters of water) gallons (4-8 Liters) of mix. limited to):Deciduous Injector Ratio: 5-7 fl oz Foliar Spray: ½-1 gallon in Drench plug and plant and Evergreen Trees, per gallon of stock tank Set injector at 150-200 100 gallons of water immediately. Do not allow Foliage, Ornamental water at a 1:100 ratio PPM of Nitrogen. Apply (1 Liters in 100 Liters of water) plants to dry or wilt. Grasses, Perennials, (35 - 52 ml per 1 liter monthly. Plugs Injector Ratio: 3.5 fl oz per Woody Ornamentals water at 1:100 ratio) gallon of stock tank water ratio Set injector at 100 PPM of at a 1:100 ratio Nitrogen. Fertigation / Drip Irrigation Rates (25 ml per L water at 1:100 ratio) Application Rate per acre (Hectare) Frequency / Notes Greenhouse Foliar Spray Recommendation Apply 3-6 times per growing Sprinkler 2-3 gallons season or as needed toApplication Rate Frequency / Notes Irrigation (18-28 liters) supplement nitrogen requirements Transplanting: Mix 1-2 oz Tomatoes & Peppers: Apply 2 times per month for Soak plug tray or foliar spray per gallon of water (8-16 2-3 gallons (18-28 liters) 3 to 4 months. after transplanting ml per liter water)For All Types Strawberries: Apply twice monthly throughout Propagation: ½-1 oz per 2-3 gallons (18-28 liters) growing season. of Apply at 2nd leaf stage and gallon water (4-8 ml per DripGreenhouse then every 10-14 day intervals. Grapes, Trees & Vines: Apply 3 times per year or every liter water) Irrigation Crops 3 gallons (28 liters) 30 days in sandy soils. Maintenance: ½ -2 oz per Apply at 10-14 day intervals to gallon water (4-16 ml per supplement nutrient Lettuce, Celery and leafy Apply at first irrigation and repeat liter water) requirements. Vegetables : as needed. 2-3 gallons (18-28 liters) CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. In case of contact with eyes, flush immediately with copious amounts of water. Contact a physician. Do not take internally. Condition of Sale and Warranty: Growth Products, Ltd. warrants that the product conforms to its chemical description and is reasonably fit for the purpose stated on the label only when used in accordance with label directions under normal conditions of use. Handling, storage and use of the product by Buyer or User are beyond the control of Growth Products, Ltd. and Seller. Risks such as crop injury or other unintended consequences resulting from, but not limited to, weather or soil conditions, presence of other materials, disease, pests, drift to other crops or property, or failure to follow label directions will be assumed by Buyer or User. IN NO CASE WILL GROWTH PRODUCTS, LTD. OR SELLER BE HELD LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR INDIRECT DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE HANDLING, STORAGE OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT. Manufactured in the USA by: 11
  11. 11. NITRO +K 22-0-16 ® WITH 82% SMART NITROGEN PLUS POTASSIUM CARBONATE• No Nitrates - Environmentally Friendly •Stress reduction• Low Salt Index - No Burn •Induced Potassium Uptake• Potassium Carbonate for Added K •Provides Extended FeedingGUARANTEED ANALYSIS : Nitro+K 22-0-16.Total Nitrogen (N) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22% • DO consult your local distributor for rate and application in- 3.3% Urea Nitrogen structions. 18.7% Slowly Available Nitrogen* • DO NOT use when crop is under heavy stress from pests, heatSoluble Potash (K20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16% or inadequate moisture levels.Sources: Low Biuret Urea, Methylene Urea, Potassium Car- • DO NOT apply by aircraft if surface wind is greater than 5 milesbonate*18.7% Slowly Available Nitrogen from Methylene Urea. per hour to assure adequate crop coverage and droplet deposi-Weight per gallon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12.1 lbs. tion.1 gallon contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.66 lbs. N • DO NOT apply during the heat of the day.1 gallon contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.9 lbs. K CROP TREATMENT RECOMMENDATIONS :1 Ton (2,000 lbs.) = 166 gallons All recommendations are based on broadcast spray application.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: When band or directed sprays are used, calculate the rate for theNitro+K (22-0-16) is a crystal clear liquid nitrogen / potassium "sprayed acre" only. For the most field and horticultural crops thesolution that can be applied by ground or by air. Because of the early season applications are directed sprays.sticker benefit of the slow release nitrogen, there is improved K For treatment of individual trees and vines, divide rate per acre byuptake. Nitro+K does not contain any chlorides or sulfates. The number of trees or vines per acre.low salt formulation was developed to supplement standard soil NITRO+ K 22-0-16fertility practices as a foliar feed on crops. Because Nitro+K canbe used as a foliar applied nitrogen / potassium source the Fluid Ounces of Nitro+ K 22-0-16 per Gallon of Stock Tank Wateramount of soil applied nitrogen can be reduced, thus decreasing PPM Nitrogen 25 50 75 100 150 200 300losses from leaching and volatilization. Each gallon of Nitro+K PPM Potassium 18 36 54 72 108 144 216contains 2.66 lbs. nitrogen and 1.9 lbs. potassium. Nitro+K can 1:500 5 10 15 20 30 41 91also be used as a sticker to enhance chemical pesticide uptake. 1:300 3 6 9 12 18 24 55CAUTION:The following conditions must be observed in order to apply 1:200 2 4 6 8 12 16 37Nitro+K 22-0-16 successfully. Failure to follow these instructions 1:100 1 2 3 4 6 8 12may result in damage to the plant. 1:50 0.5 1 1.5 2 3 4 6• DO use Nitro+K 22-0-16 under conditions of optimum plant 1:15 Ratio for Hozon Proportionergrowth including highest humidity, moderate temperatures andadequate soil moisture. 1:15 0.15 0.30 0.46 0.61 0.91 1.22 1.83• DO add, as a minimum, equal amount of water. Do use suffi-cient water to provide thorough coverage. Transplant Solutions• DO a jar test before mixing chemicals in your tank. Application Rate Frequency / Notes Fruit, Nut and 2-3 quarts in 100 gallons of Drench roots at time of• DO dilute Nitro+K 22-0-16 with water prior to mixing with other Citrus Trees, water transplant with 1 - 2nutrients or pesticides. The following mixing procedures should be Berries, Vines (2 Liters in 100 Liters of water) gallons of mix.(4-8 Liters)used after Nitro+K has been diluted with water. Add products to Drench plug and plantmix in this order: 1. wettable powders, 2. flowables, 3. water sol- Foliar Spray: 1-2 quarts in immediately. Do notubles, 4. surfactants, 5. emulsifiable concentrates. 100 gallons of water allow plants to dry or (1 Liters in 100 Liters of water)• DO agitate during each addition. Be sure each product is mixed wilt. Plugswell before adding the next technical material. It is recommended Injector Ratio: 4 fl oz perto apply all of mixture in one day. gallon of stock water. Set Set injector at 100 PPM injector to 1:100 (31 ml per of Nitrogen.• DO use the correct label spray rates of any pesticide used with liter stock tank solution) 12
  12. 12. STORAGE & DISPOSAL :Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal.Triple rinse container; empty rinsate into spray tank. Dispose ofthe empty container according to approved local practices; con-tact county agricultural commissioner for disposal information. Crop Application Recommendations Crop Rate Application Timing / Intervals 1 - 3 gallons per acreBananas Apply at 2 - 3 week intervals. 20-30 applications per year. (9-28 liters per hectare)Berries, such as (but not limited to): Blueberry, ½ - 2 gallons per acre Apply prior to bloom. Repeat at fruit set to early fruit color. RepeatBlackberry, Raspberry, Strawberry (5-18 liters per hectare) every 14 - 21 days until harvest.Bulb Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 1½ gallons per acre Apply 3 times each season starting when first early-set is 3 inches,Onions, Garlic, Shallots (5-14 liters per hectare) then at midseason, and then 2-3 weeks prior to harvest. Apply early spring and on flush growth. Apply at pre-bloom toCitrus, such as (but not limited to): Grapefruit, ½ - 3 gallons per acre increase fruit set. Apply post bloom to 3rd petal fall to increase fruitLemons, Limes, Oranges, Pomelo, Tangelo, (5-28 liters per hectare) size and cell elongation. Repeat in 30 days and when nitrogenTangerines needs are evident. Can be applied with crop protection sprays.Cole Crops, such as (but not limited to): Broccoli, ½ - 2 gallons per acre Apply at early head formation and repeat 14-21 days later.Cauliflower, Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Collards (5-18 liters per hectare)Cucurbits, such as (but not limited to): Cucumber, ½ - 3 gallons per acre Apply at early bloom and repeat approximately 4 weeks later.Cantaloupe, Squash, Pumpkin, Melons (5-28 liters per hectare)Field Crops, such as (but not limited to): Barley, ½ -3 gallons per acre Apply at flag leaf emergence or before flowering and repeat in 14-Corn, Oats, Peanut, Rice, Soybean, Sugar Beet (5 - 28 liters per hectare) 21 days after pollination.and Wheat. First application at early bloom. Repeat at fruit set and again 15 toFruiting Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 2½ gallons per acre 30 days later. Apply 3 to 4 weeks prior to harvest to strengthenPeppers, Tomato, Eggplant, Okra, Tomatillo (5-23 liters per hectare) canopy to reduce sunburn.Grapes, such as (but not limited to): Wine and ¼ -2 gallon per acre Apply at shoot growth to promote full canopy. Reapply at bloom toTable Grapes (2-19 liters per hectare) set fruit, and then again after bloom when nitrogen is needed.Grasses Grown for Seed, Sod Production, Pasture, ¼ - 2 gallons per acre Apply in early spring for good growth, then apply monthly andForage and Alfalfa (2-19 liters per hectare) again after harvesting.Herbs and Spices, such as (but not limited to): ¼ - 1 gallon per acreCoriander, Basil, Chives, Dill, Rosemary, Sage & Apply after planting and reapply after harvesting. (2 -9 liters per hectare)Mint Apply after transplanting, thinning, or at 2nd true leaf stage. ApplyLeafy Vegetables, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 2 gallons per acre subsequent application at 7-14 day intervals. Use as needed toLettuce, Celery, Spinach, Parsley, Radicchio (5-18 liters per hectare) supplement nutritional requirements.Legumes and Pulses, such as (but not limited to): ½ - 2 gallon per acre Apply shortly after first flower appears. Repeat 10 - 14 days later.Beans, Green Beans, Snap Beans, Lentils, Peas (5-19 liters per hectare)Root, Tuber and Corm Vegetables, such as (but not Apply after transplanting, thinning, or at 2nd true leaf stage. Apply ½ - 3 gallons per acrelimited to): Carrot, Potato, Sweet Potato, Beets, subsequent application at 10-15 day intervals. Use as needed to (5-28 liters per hectare)Ginger, Radish, Ginseng, Turnip supplement nutritional requirements.Tree Fruits and Nuts, such as (but not limited to): Apply first application at green tip, pink bud, dud swell or earlyAlmond, Apple, Apricot, Cacao, Cherry, Coffee, ½ - 3 gallons per acre bloom. Apply at 30 day intervals up to harvest for improved sizing.Filbert, Nectarine, Olive, Peach, Pear, Pecan, (5-28 liters per hectare) Apply post harvest in 1 or 2 applications. Apply as needed toPistachio, Plum, Prune, Quince and Walnut supplement nutritional requirements.Tropical / Sub Tropical Fruits, such as (but notlimited to): Avocados, Coffee, Dragon Fruit, ½ -2½ gallons per acre Apply on new major growth and on successive flushes. SprayDurian, Mangos, Papaya, Pineapples, Rubber Trees (5-23 liters per hectare) monthly until harvest. Do not apply during bloom. 13
  13. 13. Greenhouse Foliar Spray Recommendation FernsApplication Rate Frequency / Notes Plant Type: Application Rate: Transplanting: Mix 1-2 oz Foliar Spray: ½ - 1 gallon per acre in a minimum Soak plug tray or foliar spray per gallon of water (8-16 of 100 gallons of water. Apply every other week after transplanting Ferns ml per liter water) (½ - 1 liter per 100 liters water)For All Types Propagation: ½-1 oz per *Do not mix with any other technical materials of Apply at 2nd leaf stage and gallon water (4-8 ml perGreenhouse then every 10-14 day intervals. liter water) Crops Nursery Applications Maintenance: ½ -2 oz per Apply at 10-14 day intervals to gallon water (4-16 ml per supplement nutrient Application Rate Notes liter water) requirements. Containerized and Field Foliar Spray: 1 gallon Thoroughly spray to Grown Crops, (including per 100 gal of water point of run-off. Apply Fertigation / Drip Irrigation Rates but not limited to): De- (1 L in 100 L water) every 2-4 weeks.Application Rate per acre (Hectare) Frequency / Notes ciduous and Evergreen Injector Ratio: 6-8 fl oz Trees, Foliage, Orna- per gallon of stock tank Set injector at 150-200 Apply 3-6 times per growing Sprinkler 2-3 gallons mental Grasses, Perenni- water at a 1:100 ratio PPM of Nitrogen. Apply season or as needed to Irrigation (18-28 liters) als, Tropicals, Woody Or- (47-63 ml per 1 liter monthly. supplement nitrogen requirements namentals water at 1:100 ratio) Tomatoes & Peppers: Apply 2 times per month for 1-3 gallons (18-28 liters) 3 to 4 months. Strawberries: Apply twice monthly throughout Foliar Turf Applications 1-3 gallons (18-28 liters) growing season. Application Rate Drip Apply 3 – 5 gallons per acre (9 – 15 oz. per 1,000 Irrigation Grapes, Trees & Vines: Apply 3 times per year or every 1-3 gallons (28 liters) 30 days in sandy soils. Fairways, Roughs, sq. ft.) every 14 to 28 days during active growth Sports Turf, Sod and period. Apply in a minimum of 87 gallons of water Lettuce, Celery, and leafy Lawns per acre (minimum of 2 gallons of water per 1,000 Apply at first irrigation and repeat Vegetables: sq. ft). as needed. 1-3 gallons (18-28 liters) Apply 3 – 5 gallons per acre (9 – 15 oz. per 1,000 sq. ft.) every 14 to 28 days during active growth Pastures period. Apply in a minimum of 87 gallons of water per acre (minimum of 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft). CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. In case of contact with eyes, flush immediately with copious amounts of water. Contact a physician. Do not take internally. Condition of Sale and Warranty: Growth Products, Ltd. warrants that the product conforms to its chemical description and is reasonably fit for the purpose stated on the label only when used in accordance with label directions under normal conditions of use. Handling, storage and use of the product by Buyer or User are beyond the control of Growth Products, Ltd. and Seller. Risks such as crop injury or other unintended consequences resulting from, but not limited to, weather or soil conditions, presence of other materials, disease, pests, drift to other crops or property, or failure to follow label directions will be assumed by Buyer or User. IN NO CASE WILL GROWTH PRODUCTS, LTD. OR SELLER BE HELD LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR INDIRECT DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE HANDLING, STORAGE OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT. Manufactured in the USA by: 14

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