8-0-011Ca (Calcium Nitrate)
K-30 is an advanced generation of plant nutrients complexed with organic acids to enhance nutrients availability and uptake by the plants. K-30 super water-soluble plant nutrients for efficient crop use without chloride salts that can be toxic to plants. K-30 is formulated for crop that require high potassium levels during early or late stage of growth.
Soluble Potassium (K2O) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30.0%
Derived from potassium glucoheptonate. Contains natural organic acids and potassium complex.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
K-30 plant nutrients are recommended for use on all plants. K-30 is intended to supplement and enhance a full fertilization program as recommended in accordance with reliable Soil and Tissue Analysis. K-30 provides a source of immediately available nutrients but will not, by itself, provide all necessary nutrients required during the growing season. K-30 is designed for foliar application and for injection through chemigation and sprinkler systems. Sprinkler Irrigation: Apply at the rate of 0.5 to 1 gallon per acre with irrigation water. Inject K-30 half an hour before end of irrigation cycle. Foliar Application: Apply the recommended amount of K-30 in at least 10 to 25 gallons water per acre.
Corn: Apply 1 to 2 quarts per acre at V6 – V9 stage. Repeat at VT.
Soybeans: Apply 1 to 2 quarts per acre at V5 – V6. Repeat as needed.
Grain Crops: Apply 0.5 to 1 gallon per acre at flag leaf sheath opening or before early boot stage.
Hay/Alfalfa: Apply 0.5 to 1 gallon per acre in early spring. Repeat after each cutting.
Potatoes and Sugarbeets: Apply 0.5 to 1 gallon per acre at 6 to 8 leaf stage or at tuber initiation.
Vegetables: Spray at the rate of 1 quart per acre at the 3 to 4 leaf stage. Repeat every 2 weeks.
TANK MIXING: Fill the tank half full of water, add K-30 and agitate to dissolve. Add dry formulations and dissolve, follow by liquids. Bring to volume with water.
Compatibility: K-30 is compatible with most fertilizers and registered pesticides. However, compatibility jar test and small plot test is recommended before large-scale treatments are started. Always refer to products label.