Metalosate Zinc organic powder 5 pound jug
Amino acid complexed Metalosate® Zinc soluble powder is designed for foliar application on plants to prevent or correct nutrient deficiencies that may limit crop growth and yields. It is water soluble and nontoxic to plants when applied as directed. For best results, apply Metalosate® Zinc soluble powder according to recommendations based on plant tissue or soil analysis.
Apply by a spray method and in an adequate amount of water that will provide complete coverage of the plants. Use of a non?ionic wetting agent may improve spray coverage of certain hard to wet plants.
Metalosate® Zinc soluble powder can be included in a regular spray program on crops. Consult with an Albion® representative on compatibility with other spray materials.
The rate of application will depend on the crop, stage of growth, and severity of deficiency. The maximum recommended rates are for mature, full-sized plants. Reduce the rates proportionately when spraying smaller plants.
Metalosate® Zinc soluble powder may be used on legumes, grain crops, root crops, cucurbits, cole crops, leafy vegetables, woody and herbaceous ornamentals, deciduous fruits, vine crops, tropical and subtropical fruits, and many other crops.
Field Crops and Vegetables: Apply 8 to 16 ounces (230 to 460 grams) per acre during periods of rapid growth or nutritional stress. The application may be repeated 2 or more times through the growing season.
Tree Crops: Make an application of 8 to 24 ounces (230 to 690 grams) per acre after the beginning of active growth. The application may be repeated at 2 to 4 week intervals through the growing season. On deciduous trees, 8 to 16 ounces (230 to 460 grams) per acre may be applied in the oil sprays at the delayed dormant stage; post-harvest applications of 16 to 24 ounces (460 to 690 grams) per acre may be made while active, green leaves remain on the trees.
Grapes and Berries: Make an application of 8 to 16 ounces (230 to 460 grams) per acre after active growth begins. The application may be repeated at intervals of one week or more through the vegetative growth period.