# NUTRA-PHOS CALZINC

# NUTRA-PHOS CALZINC

A wettable powder formulation gives a higher concentration than a liquid meaning lower application rates, less product to handle and store, and fewer packs to recycle. Wettable powders also have a reduced tendency to cake compared to soluble powders, while also allowing for greater flexibility of nutrient mix in the formulation.

A controlled particle size gives quick uptake and long-lasting effect. This reduces the need for repeat applications saving both time and money.

A broad tank mixability makes it easy to co-apply the products with agrochemicals, saving both time and money. Just as important, free access to Tankmix information online or via smartphones makes it quick and easy to check whether products can be co-applied.

Alfalfa: For Hay: 3 to 15 lb per acre per application. First application at 3 to 8 inches, repeat application to new growth after each cutting. For Seed: 3 to 10 lb/acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as necessary. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Apricot: 5 to 15 lb per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Artichoke: 5 to 15 lb per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less as needed.

Asparagus: 5 to 10 lb per acre after start of new fern growth. Repeat at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as necessary. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Avocado: 5 to 30 lb per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Bananas: 5 to 15 lb per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Barley: 3 to 10 lb per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Beans: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat in 2 to 3 weeks. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Blueberries: 3 to 20 lb. per acre over new growth in spring. Application after fruit starts to color may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Broccoli: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Brussels Sprouts: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cabbage: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Calabrese: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Carrot: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cauliflower: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Celery: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cereals: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cherry: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. A post-harvest application of 10 to 15 lb. per acre may be used to improve bloom and set for the following season. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Clover: For Hay: 3 to 15 lb. per acre per application. First application at 3 to 8 inches, repeat application to new growth after each cutting. For Seed: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as necessary. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Coconut: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Zucchini/Courgette (field grown): 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make two or more applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting just prior to bloom. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cranberry: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cucumber (field grown): 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make two or more applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting just prior to bloom. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cucurbits (field grown): 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make two or more applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting just prior to bloom. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Durian: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Figs: 10 to 25 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Filbert/Kentish Cob Nuts: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Conifers: 3 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. May leave visible residue on foliage and may cause spotting if applied to ornamental buds or flowers. 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Flowers (Cut): 5 lb. per 100 gallons of water every two weeks. Application may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Fodder Beet: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Garlic: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Peanuts: 5 to 30 lb. per acre per application. First application at early-bloom stage, repeat at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Guava: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Hops: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in cover sprays. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Kiwi: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Lentil: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat in 2 to 3 weeks. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Longan: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Lychee: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Macadamia: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Mango: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Mangosteen: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Millet: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Mint: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. First application at 3 inches of new growth, repeat 2 to 3 weeks later or as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less as needed.

Nectarines: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Nursery Stock/Ornamentals: 3 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. May leave visible residue on foliage and may cause spotting if applied to ornamental buds or flowers. 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Nuts (deciduous): 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Oilseed Rape: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Olive: 10 to 20 lb. per acre per application. Apply 15 to 20 days after thinning, repeat 3 to 4 weeks later. If crop is not thinned, apply 1 to 2 weeks after full bloom, repeat 3 to 4 weeks later. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Papaya / Paw Paw: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Peach: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pears: 5 to 25 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Peas: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat in 2 to 3 weeks. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pecans: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pepper (field grown): 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. One to three applications are advised at 3 to 4 week intervals, starting at period prior to bloom. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pineapple: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pistachios: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Plum: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Protected crops: Apply at 1 lb per 10 gallons water (1 kg per 100 litres water) maximum concentration. Water rate: 100 gallons/acre (1000 litres/ha) maximum. Refer to equivalent field grown crop for application timing.

Prunes: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Rambutan: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Raspberry: 3 to 20 lb. per acre over new growth in spring. Application after fruit starts to color may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Safflower: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sorghum: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Spinach: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Star-fruit: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sugar Apple: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sugar Beet: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. First application when plants have 4 to 6 leaves. Second application 3 to 4 weeks later. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sunflower: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Swede: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sweet Potato: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Tobacco: 5 to 20 lb. per acre per application. First application 1 to 3 weeks after transplant, repeat in 3 to 4 weeks. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Turnip: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Veg. & Flower Seed Crops: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage. Repeat applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Walnuts: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Water Melon (field grown): 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make two or more applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting just prior to bloom. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Wheat: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Alfalfa: For Hay: 3 to 15 lb per acre per application. First application at 3 to 8 inches, repeat application to new growth after each cutting. For Seed: 3 to 10 lb/acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as necessary. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Apricot: 5 to 15 lb per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Artichoke: 5 to 15 lb per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less as needed.

Asparagus: 5 to 10 lb per acre after start of new fern growth. Repeat at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as necessary. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Avocado: 5 to 30 lb per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Bananas: 5 to 15 lb per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Barley: 3 to 10 lb per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Beans: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat in 2 to 3 weeks. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Blueberries: 3 to 20 lb. per acre over new growth in spring. Application after fruit starts to color may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Broccoli: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Brussels Sprouts: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cabbage: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Calabrese: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Carrot: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cauliflower: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Celery: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cereals: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cherry: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. A post-harvest application of 10 to 15 lb. per acre may be used to improve bloom and set for the following season. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Clover: For Hay: 3 to 15 lb. per acre per application. First application at 3 to 8 inches, repeat application to new growth after each cutting. For Seed: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as necessary. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Coconut: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Zucchini/Courgette (field grown): 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make two or more applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting just prior to bloom. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cranberry: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cucumber (field grown): 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make two or more applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting just prior to bloom. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Cucurbits (field grown): 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make two or more applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting just prior to bloom. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Durian: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Figs: 10 to 25 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Filbert/Kentish Cob Nuts: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Conifers: 3 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. May leave visible residue on foliage and may cause spotting if applied to ornamental buds or flowers. 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Flowers (Cut): 5 lb. per 100 gallons of water every two weeks. Application may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Fodder Beet: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Garlic: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Peanuts: 5 to 30 lb. per acre per application. First application at early-bloom stage, repeat at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Guava: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Hops: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in cover sprays. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Kiwi: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Lentil: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat in 2 to 3 weeks. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Longan: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Lychee: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Macadamia: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Mango: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Mangosteen: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Millet: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Mint: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. First application at 3 inches of new growth, repeat 2 to 3 weeks later or as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less as needed.

Nectarines: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Nursery Stock/Ornamentals: 3 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. May leave visible residue on foliage and may cause spotting if applied to ornamental buds or flowers. 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Nuts (deciduous): 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Oilseed Rape: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Olive: 10 to 20 lb. per acre per application. Apply 15 to 20 days after thinning, repeat 3 to 4 weeks later. If crop is not thinned, apply 1 to 2 weeks after full bloom, repeat 3 to 4 weeks later. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Papaya / Paw Paw: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Peach: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pears: 5 to 25 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Peas: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage, repeat in 2 to 3 weeks. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pecans: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pepper (field grown): 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. One to three applications are advised at 3 to 4 week intervals, starting at period prior to bloom. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pineapple: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Pistachios: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Plum: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Protected crops: Apply at 1 lb per 10 gallons water (1 kg per 100 litres water) maximum concentration. Water rate: 100 gallons/acre (1000 litres/ha) maximum. Refer to equivalent field grown crop for application timing.

Prunes: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application in post-bloom sprays. More than one application is advisable. Application to fruit within 3 weeks of harvest may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Rambutan: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Raspberry: 3 to 20 lb. per acre over new growth in spring. Application after fruit starts to color may leave a visible residue. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Safflower: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sorghum: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Spinach: 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make several applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting at thinning period. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Star-fruit: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sugar Apple: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sugar Beet: 5 to 15 lb. per acre per application. First application when plants have 4 to 6 leaves. Second application 3 to 4 weeks later. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sunflower: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Swede: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Sweet Potato: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Tobacco: 5 to 20 lb. per acre per application. First application 1 to 3 weeks after transplant, repeat in 3 to 4 weeks. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Turnip: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Veg. & Flower Seed Crops: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. First application at bud to early-bloom stage. Repeat applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Walnuts: 10 to 30 lb. per acre per application, pre-bloom and in cover sprays. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Water Melon (field grown): 2 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Make two or more applications at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks starting just prior to bloom. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.

Wheat: 3 to 10 lb. per acre per application. Repeat as needed. Apply aerial applications in at least 5 gallons/acre and ground applications in at least 10 gallons/acre; however, when total application gallonage is 25 gallons per acre or less, DO NOT mix more than 1 lb. of this product per gallon of water.