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Foliar Nutrient 27
Description: An organically-based, , non-leaching fertilizer that is changing the way the world fertilizes! This liquid fertilizer is the culmination of years of technology and research bonding nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium plus the macro/micro trace minerals with an organic colloid, by-products from the food industry. Specifically designed to provide the nutrients necessary to feed the soil bacteria , Foliar Nutrient T allows plants to feed in a natural manner thereby growing healthy and nutritious crops. Foliar Nutrient T under field conditions during the 1997-1998 growing seasons.
Nutrients derived From: Byproducts of the sugar and milk industries
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Rock Phosphate, Elemental Sulfur, Natural Mineral Deposits
Available Quantities :
- Pull all screens including those at nozzles and main tank screens. The non-leaching characteristics of Foliar Nutrient cause it to adhere to screen material.
- Change the jets on spray equipment to a "Flood-Jet" by Tee-Jet Company from Spraying Systems of Wheaton, IL. The two jets we recommend are Flood-Jet 60# 1/2 KSS60 or Flood-Jet 80 # 1/2KSS80. These jets may be crossed over by any reputable spray equipment dealer. The numbers simply mean 6 or 8 gallons per minute at 10psi.
- Do not attempt to spray undiluted Foliar Nutrient with normal chemical sprayers; you risk equipment damage as the nozzles are too small and the screens may plug.
- Foliar Nutrient continues to amaze us and our customers with results often exceeding our high expectations. It is important to remember, however, that results do vary. Changing the soil can be immediately rewarding but generally is a slow process taking up to three years. It is a mistake to anticipate increased yields the first year, Mother Nature doesn't always cooperate. It is also imperative that crop performance be monitored closely during the transition period. Crops looking 'behind' may need to be weaned from chemical fertilizer slowly with small applications of nitrogen.
5,300 gallons (Tanker)
220 gallons (Skid)
55 gallons (Barrel)
5 gallons (Bucket)
| MSDS Info: 4/1/97
|| Foliar Nutrient T
| Hazardous Components:
|| None. This product is not classified as a hazardous material by the criteria of the OSHA Hazard Communication Regulation, 29 CFR Part 1910, 1910.1200,"Hazard Communication".
| Boiling point:
|| 212 degrees F
| Spec Gravity:
|| 1.12 9.4 lbs/gallon
|| Easily mixed in water
| Appearance, Odor:
|| Medium to dark brown translucent liquid - slightly sweet odor
| Flash point:
| Extinguishing Media:
|| Non flammable
| Special Fire fighting Procedures:
|| None - when subjected to very high temperatures, if all water vapor is driven off, product could oxidize due to the organic content.
| Unusual Fire Explosion Hazards:
| Conditions to avoid:
|| Excessive heat over 200 degrees F may cause non-toxic vapors
Apply one cup of Foliar Nutrient T per inch of trunk diameter measured at four feet from the ground. For example, a tree with a 4-inch trunk diameter would require 4 cups of Foliar Nutrient T. Mix Foliar Nutrient T in enough water to help ensure even coverage or. to make this easy; one pint of Foliar Nutrient T in five gallons of water will give you enough mixture to help you spread it evenly. Apply the diluted mixture to the soil in the canopy area as evenly as possible. Note: Apply Foliar Nutrient T to trees one time per year because it contains everything that your tree will need for an entire year's growth. In fact, applying more often or at higher rates will compromise the results! Even and especially if trees are sick or stressed!
Apply 1 oz. per plant per application regardless of rose size. Note: Large older roses or well established climbing roses might require two additional applications through the growing season. Dilute in about one gallon of water and apply to soil around the plant. If flowerbeds are heavily mulched it is a good idea to pull back the mulch slightly to allow soil contact. Foliar Nutrient T works great on roses! Customers often report more vibrant colors and more potent fragrance, and you will notice fewer aphids over time without any pesticide application. Aphids are a scraping sucking insect. They scrape the cell wall of the plant and then suck out the "juice". When plants are grown with high nitrogen chemical fertilizers the cell walls tend to be thin and make the plant an easy meal for hungry aphids. Foliar Nutrient T will promote more natural growth with thicker stronger cell walls, so it's harder for them to get to the juice.
Apply 2 gallons per one thousand sq. feet. The average lawn in the U.S. (4-5000 square feet) will require 8 to 10 gallons per application. Foliar Nutrient T lawns are spectacular; however application to lawns is a big job. Nearly all of the commercially available sprayers were designed for the chemical industry where customers apply one teaspoon per 1000 sq. ft. But, if you are interested in giving it a try, keep in mind that you need 2 gallons per 1000 sq. ft. in enough water to ensure even coverage. Small lawns are actually not that difficult and the results are well worth the effort! Use caution when applying to grass on hot days. (85? +) apply in the evening when temperatures drop and dilute to at least 1 part Foliar Nutrient T to 3 parts water.
Mix one Tbls. per gallon of water. Apply to soil in the container monthly. Do not over apply! Keep in mind that you have a very limited growing area to work with and the fertilizer will stay in the pot until used. More frequent applications or increased mixing rates will only compromise results.
RHODYS, AZALEAS and other acid loving plants (except trees)
4 ounces per 1 gallon of water every 3 months.
Mix 1 oz. In 1 gallon of water and apply to soil around plants at the time of planting. Follow up with applications at the same rate monthly. Combine with quality compost for veggies that will blow your mind!
FLOWERS: annuals and perennials (in ground )
1 oz. In 1 gallon of water twice monthly through growing season. Use caution to avoid applying to foliage of plants when daytime temperatures are above 85 degrees. If contact is not avoidable, wash the leaf surfaces with water to prevent spotting.
CONTAINER PLANTS, HANGING BASKETS, ETC.
1 Tbls. per 1 gallon of water monthly through the growing season. General-all purpose rate.
FOR PLANTS NOT LISTED ABOVE
Apply the equivalent of 2 gallon per 1000 sq. ft. This is an acceptable rate for all plants and all soil types.
*A note about heavily mulched flowerbeds and gardens: Apply Foliar Nutrient T to the soil directly as heavy mulch will have a tendency to absorb the product, preventing it from reaching the soil. Ideally mulch should be pulled back to allow the fertilizer access to the soil.
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