KickStand Manganese 4% is compatible with polyphosphate and orthophosphate fertilizer solutions.
KickStand Manganese 4% is a micronutrient solution containing 4% manganese. It is designed to correct deficiencies of manganese.
FOLIAR APPLICATION: Foliar fertilization is intended as a supplement to a regular fertilization program and will not, by itself, provide all the nutrients normally required by agricultural crops.
KickStand Manganese 4% may be applied to the following crops by ground or aerial application equipment.
Rate of Foliar Application: The listed rate is for the use of KickStand Manganese 4% as a plant nutrient. Rates and frequency of application will depend on individual management programs. Use of KickStand Manganese 4% on any crop not listed on the table in the label must be as a result of recommendations from your local agricultural authority.
CROPS RATE/ACRE NOTES
Cereal Grains: 1 – 4 pints/acre; Apply with crop protection sprays.
Corn: 1 – 4 pints/acre; Apply with crop protection sprays.
Cotton: 1 – 4 pints/acre
Fruit and Nut Trees: 1 – 4 pints/acre; Apply with pre- and post-bloom sprays.
Peppers: 1 – 4 pints/acre
Potatoes: 1 – 4 pints/acre; Apply based upon petiole analysis.
Soybeans: 1 – 4 pints/acre; Apply with crop protection sprays.
Sugar beets: 1 – 4 pints/acre
Tomatoes: 1 – 4 pints/acre; Apply with crop protection sprays.
Vegetable crops: 1 – 4 pints/acre; Apply with crop protection sprays.
FOR USE IN WISCONSIN: KickStand Manganese 4% can be applied to these crops commonly grown in Wisconsin and requiring a medium to high level of manganese.
Use in accordance with recommendations of a qualified individual or institution, such as, but not limited to, a certified crop advisor, agronomist, university crop extension publication, or apply according to recommendations in your approved nutrient management plan.
Fruit and Nut Trees: Do not use in the dormant spray program with dinitro compounds, dormant oils, lime sulfur or highly alkaline spray materials.
The timing of applications are dependent on local conditions and should always be made as a result of soil and/or plant tissue analysis.