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Superfine Organic Seaweed Fertilizer

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  • NASAA LIC. NO 3612M

Superfine Organic Fertilizer 5L

AUD$45.00

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Organic Superfine Premium Seaweed Fertilizer 5 Litre


Super fine Premium is specifically formulated fertilizer for the use in commercial production of crops where application is by fine boom spray, sprayers, aerial spray or dripper systems. This product has been specifically designed for foliar application and has been filtered to 100 micron to avoid blockage of spray nozzles.


This is a fast acting commercial fertilizer that can be widely used for cropping, pasture and vegetable production. Premium contains macro nutrients, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, which are soluble and can be absorbed through the leaves of the plant. Use as per instructions for superior results.


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It also contains a range of trace elements including copper and zinc, which are commonly deficient in Australian soils. These trace elements are in a chelated form and can be absorbed either through the leaves or from the soil. Nitrogen 5.7%, Phosphorus 1.0% Potassium 5.6% Boron 60ppm, Molybdenum 10ppm, Manganese 100ppm, Copper 550ppm, Zinc 550ppm and Sulfur 6000ppm.

Application Rates

Spray in early morning or late afternoon. Do not apply in full sun. Dilute 1 part product to at least 50 parts water.

Cereals

Apply 10-15 L/ha at four leaf stage or soon after, or two applications of 5-7 L/ha, the first at four leaf stage and the second 2-3 weeks later.

Pasture

Apply 5-7 L/ha late Autumn, early Spring and late Spring.

Brassicas

Apply 5-7 L/ha when tops are 5-8cm high and repeat two or three more times at 2-3 week intervals.

Spraying equipment should be thoroughly cleaned after use to avoid product crystallizing in the spray system. Some components may crystallise out in cold conditions and it is prudent to use spray filters.

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