General Information

General Information
Foliar applications are used as a supplemental
method of feeding to help correct
nutrient deficiencies and to enhance crop
quality and are not intended to replace a
complete fertility program. Applications to
actively growing plants produce the best
results. Avoid foliar applications of this
product when plants are suffering from
moisture stress or during periods of high
temperature and low humidity.
Mixing and Handling Instructions
Compatibility: BRANDT 10-5-30 MICRO
may be applied separately or in conjunction
with most pesticides and with other
fertilizers. The addition of wetting agents
often enhances nutrient uptake. DO NOT
use with basic metal sulfates, strongly
alkaline materials (such as hydrated lime
and lime sulfur), or spray oils. A compatibility
test is recommended if the desired
combination has not been previously used.
Tank mixtures with copper-based products
Water Soluble Fertilizer with Chelated Micronutrients 10-5-30
can be phytotoxic due to increased solubility
of copper. Before general applications, apply
the spray solution to a small test area of
the foliage to determine any undesirable
phytotoxic effects.
Mixing: Dissolve the recommended
amount of this product into approximately
one half the required water. Note: 2 lbs.
of this product per 100 gallons equals
1 oz./3 gal. or 1 Tbsp./1 gal. Slowly add
the remaining water while maintaining
constant agitation. Water quality and
temperature will determine maximum
solubility. Warmer water temperatures
increase solubility and shorten dissolving
time. As this product goes into solution, the
water temperature will drop. Therefore it
is important when preparing concentrated
solutions to allow for this temperature drop
to insure that the fertilizer is completely
dissolved. DO NOT exceed 2 lbs. BRANDT
10-5-30 MICRO per gallon of finish spray.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

Unless otherwise specified, use recommended
rates in the following water volumes
based on application method. Use sufficient
spray volume to insure thorough coverage
and wetting needed for optimum results.
Dilute: Greater than 100 gallons/acre.