General Information


This product has been specially designed for in-furrow use only. Before using the product, read all the following instructions carefully.

Clean. Ensure that the liquid application machinery is fully flushed of chemical residues before adding inoculant to spray tanks.

Configure. Configure the sprayer for in-furrow application. Select and install an appropriate flow regulator (orifice) disc in order to achieve a constant, uninterrupted stream of liquid into the furrow. Carefully adjust the positioning and flow of the liquid inoculant so that it falls directly onto the seed surface prior to covering in the furrow. Product efficacy may be limited if the inoculant is either applied above, or to the side of the seed in the furrow.

Mix. Prior to use, shake the product well in order to re-suspend any settled out components. Do not open the unit until required. Pour the complete contents into the cleaned spray tank. Adjust the volume of the spray tank to the required level using cool, clean, dechlorinated water (refer to In-Furrow Application Table below). To avoid any settling out of the product, ensure that the spray tank volume is continually agitated. The diluted inoculant must be used within 24 hours. Do not allow diluted tank mix to exceed 80°F.

Select rate. The application rate per acre will vary according to row width. For guidance regarding specific application details and treatable areas, refer to In-Furrow Application Table below.

The supplied liquid inoculant must be diluted with cool, clean, dechlorinated water and applied as indicated on the In-Furrow Application table below. Use the table to estimate application volumes for individual row widths.


Some seed treatments and fertilizers are harmful to liquid inoculants. Contact your dealer/manufacturer for current details. Please observe planting window recommendations for optimal responses.


This package contains a minimum of 2 x 109 viable cells of Bradyrhizobium sp. (Arachis) per mL.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

1.1 gallon unit treats (acres): 8.9

1.1 gallons = 142 fluid ounces

The concentrated liquid should be diluted with cool, clean, dechlorinated water and applied at 5 to 10 gallons per acre for low volume sprayer, or 10 to 20 gallons per acre for larger sprayers. For a known row width, ensure that the equipment is calibrated to deliver the correct application volume of 1.0 fl. oz. of liquid concentrate per 1000 linear row feet.