FOR USE IN VEGETABLE AND ROW CROPS, DECIDUOUS FRUIT ETC.

General Information

General Information

BRANDT STERIC S DS is a water soluble, soil-applied
plant food designed to correct sulfur deficiencies. This
product is especially formulated to promote sulfur
uptake and metabolism. BRANDT STERIC S DS quickly
boosts plant growth during critical or high growth
periods and helps reduce stress caused by extreme
weather conditions.
BRANDT STERIC S DS is recommended for use on, but
not limited to, vegetable and row crops, deciduous
fruit and nut trees, citrus, avocados, vine and berry
crops, ornamentals, turf, pasture and range grasses.
Soil applications of BRANDT STERIC S DS can be
incorporated in liquid fertilizer or applied separately.
This product is most effective when applied through
an irrigation system, banded or side dressed.

Mixing and Handling Instructions

Compatibility: BRANDT STERIC S DS is compatible
with acid based fertilizers and other plant nutrients.
A compatibility test is recommended if the desired
combination has not been previously used.
DO NOT use this product with ammonium thiosulfate,
potassium thiosulfate or other high pH or high freeammonia
products.
WARNING: When mixing with UAN solutions, add one
gallon of water for every one gallon of UAN solution
and blend well before adding BRANDT STERIC S DS
to insure complete and thorough mixing.

Mixing: Dissolve the recommended amount of
BRANDT STERIC S DS into approximately one half
the required water. 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.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

APPLICATION RATES: Dissolve 1-12 pounds in sufficient water to treat one acre.

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