General Information

General Information
BRANDT ORGANICS 10% Zn is recommended to prevent and correct
zinc deficiencies of field, row, vegetable, fruit, tree, and vine crops.
Applied alone, with pesticides, or with other fertilizers, this product
may be applied directly to the soil or to the foliage of growing crops
via ground sprayers, aircraft or fertigation systems.

Optimum rate of application will vary depending on treatment
interval, soil properties (such as pH, organic matter content, texture),
weather conditions, time of year, plant species and its nutrient
requirements. For best results, follow soil/tissue test recommendation.

Mixing and Handling Instructions
Agitate before use. Fill spray tank with half of required water volume
and begin agitation. Add products in this order, mixing thoroughly
after each addition: adjuvants, pesticides, then fertilizers. Fill tank
with remainder of water and continue agitation until spray solution is
completely mixed. Check chemical mixture compatibility using a jar
test prior to application.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

Foliar Application: Actively growing plants with young leaves
absorb foliarly applied BRANDT ORGANICS 10% Zn most efficiently.
Immediate post-irrigation or post-rainfall application will enhance
foliar uptake. Thorough coverage and wetting are needed for
optimum foliar spray results.
Applications should be separated by a minimum of 7-14 days. AVOID
foliar applications of this product when plants are under moisture
stress. AVOID foliar applications to deciduous tree crops during bloom.
Dilute: Deciduous Tree Crops - Dormant/Delayed Dormant: Use 1 to 4
quarts in a minimum of 50 gallons of water per acre. Deciduous Tree
Crops - Post-Bloom: Use 2 quarts in a minimum of 50 gallons of water
per acre. Other Crops: For rates higher than 2 quarts per acre, split
applications of 2 quarts or less are preferred to minimize phytotoxicity.
Concentrate: Use up to 1 quart in a minimum of 25 gallons of water
per acre.
Aerial: Up to 1 quart per 5 gallons of spray may be used, but more
dilute solutions will improve coverage and results.