Alloy

Alloy™ is designed for versatility and works well with foliar and soil applications. It is formulated for compatibility with the complete line of HyGrowWik Technology™ products. Alloy™ contains 5.29 lbs of pure phosphorous acid per gallon. Alloy™ may be applied by air and with all types of ground spraying equipment. However, USER ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY to ensure compatibility when tank mixing with other products.

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Alloy™ is designed for versatility and works well with foliar and soil applications. It is formulated for compatibility with the complete line of HyGrowWik Technology™ products. Alloy™ contains 5.29 lbs of pure phosphorous acid per gallon. Alloy™ may be applied by air and with all types of ground spraying equipment. However, USER ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY to ensure compatibility when tank mixing with other products.

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Guaranteed Analysis

  • Nitrogen (N) 16%

Derived From: Urea Phosphate

Vegetable Blend is a maintenance product. For best results, apply once optimal nutrient level have been reached. To addres specific nutrient deficiencies, see our Elite line.

SUGGESTED USES

Potato Crop: Apply 3.9 pints/acre 4-6 times per season, starting at tuber initiation. Applications should be made in at least 5 gallons of water/acre.

Vegetable and Row Crops: Apply 2 – 12oz FOLIAR applications in one week intervals prior to fruit set. After fruit set, apply 2 – 32oz SOIL applications in 30 day intervals as fruit set is maturing.

Tree Crops (Young): Apply 24 fluid ounces. Apply in regularly scheduled sprays to maintain optimal nutrient levels.

Tree Crops (Mature): Apply 48 fluid ounces. Apply in regularly scheduled sprays to maintain optimal nutrient levels.

Pecan/Walnut Tree Crops (Young): Apply 24 fluid ounces. Apply in regularly scheduled sprays to maintain optimal nutrient levels.

Pecan/Walnut Tree Crops (Mature): Apply 48 fluid ounces. Apply in regularly scheduled sprays to maintain optimal nutrient levels.

IF APPLIED BY SOIL

Tree Crops:64oz/acre in April and in August

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