SOIL APPLICATION FOR ALL CROPS - MILD DEFICIENCY

General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

LIQUID HAWAIIAN HORTICULTURAL MIX is especially recommended for ornamental and turf crops, but may also be used on field, row, vegetable, fruit, tree and vine crops. LIQUID HAWAIIAN HORTICULTURAL MIX, alone, with pesticides, or with other fertilizers, may be applied directly to the soil or to the foliage of growing crops. LIQUID HAWAIIAN HORTICULTURAL MIX may be applied via ground sprayers (high-volume or low-volume), aircraft or fertigation systems.

WARNING: Excessive use of boron, or use on crops other than those listed, may result in serious crop injury. Application of fertilizers containing molybdenum may result in forage crops that contain levels of molybdenum that are toxic to ruminant animals.

The proper use of soil and/or petiole test recommendations will minimize the risk of overapplication of boron and molybdenum.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Soil applications of LIQUID HAWAIIAN HORTICULTURAL MIX are recommended with nitrogen fertilizer solutions. Thorough coverage and wetting are needed for optimum foliar spray results. Actively growing plants with young leaves absorb foliarly applied LIQUID HAWAIIAN HORTICULTURAL MIX most efficiently. Immediate post-irrigation or post-rainfall application give the best foliar uptake. Addition of urea (for example, 5 lbs. Lo-Bi Urea per 100 gallons of spray solution) will enhance foliar uptake of LIQUID HAWAIIAN HORTICULTURAL MIX.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

SOIL APPLICATION FOR ALL CROPS

The lower rates are for field, row and vegetable crops. The higher rates are for fruit, tree, vine, ornamental and turf crops.

Fertigation: Apply the recommended amount of product in split applications one to two weeks apart throughout the growing season.

Timings