General Information


Foliar fertilization is intended as a supplement to a regular fertilization program and will not, by itself, provide all the nutrients normally required by crops or other intended plants.

eXploit is a liquid foliar formulation of essential nutrient and micronutrients combined with Goemar. eXploit provides the plant with nitrogen, boron, and molybdenum. eXploit efficiently corrects nitrogen, boron and molybdenum deficiencies on most susceptible crops.


eXploit is compatible with most fungicides and insecticides, provided they are used in accordance with the registered label directions. Some compatibility problems may occur with alkaline mixtures (lime sulfur) and with spreader stickers containing ethanol.

When there is a question of compatibility prior to charging the spray tank, use the \"jar compatibility test\" in the following manner. Add 30 fl. oz. (20 parts) water to a glass jar with at least one quart capacity, then add 1.5 fl. oz. (1/3 part) of the products to be tank-mixed. Shake well and allow to stand for at least 5 minutes. Observe to determine if any flocculation, precipitation, or unusual settling out occurs. If flocculation, precipitation, or other incompatible properties, etc. occur, do not tank-mix eXploit with this product. Select another product with suitable compatibility properties.


SHAKE CONTAINER WELL, add eXploit to partially-filled spray tank by pouring through sieve or strainer. Wash any residual eXploit through sieve or strainer with remaining water. All other spray materials should be added prior to eXploit.

eXploit may be applied diluted for conventional ground foliar applications (50 – 500 gallons of water per acre) or at high concentrations for ground low-volume or aerial applications (8 to 20 gallons of water per acre).

In the case of very alkaline spray water (ph 7.5 to 8.0), it is strongly recommended to use an acidifying agent or buffering agent to lower the pH of the mixture down to 6.5 - 7.0.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions



Apply eXploit to most fruit crops at pre-bloom, full bloom and soon after fruit set at a rate of 2.25 to 3 pints per acre.

GRAPES: CONCORD, NIAGARA AND OTHER AMERICAN CULTIVARS: Two applications: 1) Early bloom, 3 pints per acre. 2) Full bloom, 3 pints per acre.