Sequestrene 330 Fe

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Sequestrene 330 Fe – 10 % IRON CHELATE* MICRONUTRIENT

5 lbs $ 61.50

For correction of iron deficiency in certain crops in slightly acid to slightly alkaline soils

Chelated iron promotes lush, dark green foliage. Roses, Ornamentals and Trees

USE: 1 teaspoon in one gallon of water per bush in the spring and again in early fall for fantastic looking foliage.

Sequestrene 330 Fe Iron Chelate is a source of iron in a form readily available to plants. It can be applied as a soil application or as a foliar spray. Sequestrene 330 Fe generally performs best on slightly acid to slightly alkaline and calcareous soils where pH is 6.0-7.5. Rates of application depend upon severity of deficiency, but should be kept within the recommended range for each crop. Optimum results, unless specified differently, occur when applications are made early in the growth cycle.

To be absorbed from the soil, the Sequestrene 330 Fe must get into the root zone. The chelated product can be placed in the root zone during planting, or it can be moved into the soil by rainfall, irrigation, or tillage.

Soil applications of Sequestrene 330 Fe can be made in water or in combination with dry or liquid fertilizers. For row crops, soil applications are most effective when made in a band placed in the soil at planting time, or as a side-dressing shortly after plants emerge or after transplanting. When treating soil around trees, apply within the drip line, and lightly incorporate into the soil or water in.

Foliar spray applications in water should be made as thorough cover sprays, carefully following the directions given below. Adding up to 0.5% wetting agent (1 pint in 25 gals. spray) to the solution may be helpful to insure even distribution on the leaf surfaces and increase the effectiveness of foliar applications. Sequestrene 330 Fe is compatible with most commonly used insecticides and fungicides and can be applied in combination with them. However, because available pesticide combinations differ so widely, before applying chelate-pesticide combinations to large crop areas a small test area should be sprayed to determine that no phytotoxicity or undesirable effects result from the combination spray. Do not use in combination with Parathion.

To facilitate mixing, add the required amount of powder to a small amount of water and mix until completely dissolved. The pre-mix solution can then be added, using agitation, to the final water or liquid fertilizer solution.

Avocados -Soil: For 3-15 year old trees, apply 2-5 lbs. per tree. For 15-30 year old trees, apply 5-10 lbs. per tree.

Almonds, Apples, Apricots, Cherries, Grapes, Nectarines, Peaches, Pears, Pecans, Plums, Prunes, and Walnuts
Foliage: Mix 1 lb. per 100 gals. of water and apply as a thorough cover spray prior to bloom or after harvest.
To avoid possible injury to plants, do not use in combination with oils.

Apples, Apricots, Cherries, Nectarines, Pears, Peaches, Plums, and Prunes
Soil: Apply 1-2 lbs. per tree, depending on size and age of tree.

Blackberries, Blueberries, Boysenberries, Dewberries, Grapes, Loganberries, Raspberries, and Strawberries
Soil: Band or sidedress 1/2-1 lb. per 100 ft. of row.

Citrus -Foliage: Mix 1 lb. per 100 gals. of water and apply as a thorough cover spray any time
after the harvest of the main crop and up until bloom of the succeeding main crop.
Do not apply when the main crop is on the tree. To avoid possible injury to plants, do not use in
combination with oils or miticides.

Soil: Apply 1-2 lbs. per tree alone or mixed with fertilizer.

Sequestrene 330 Fe may also be applied in irrigation water. For an annual preventive program, apply 1/4 lb. per tree.

Alfalfa and Forage Grasses -Soil: Apply up to 10 lbs. per acre.

Beans, Cotton, Cowpeas, Field Peas, Rice, Safflower, Sorghum, Sugar Beets, and Sugarcane
Foliage: Apply 1 lb. per acre in sufficient water for thorough coverage. Apply 4-6
weeks after planting or when deficiency symptoms first appear. Repeat in 2-3 weeks if necessary.

Soil: Apply up to 10 lbs. per acre.

Soil: Band or sidedress up to 10 lbs. per acre at planting or when deficiency symptoms first appear.

Flax -Soil: Broadcast up to 10 lbs. per acre at planting or when deficiency symptoms first appear.

Soybeans
Foliage: Apply 1 lb. per acre in sufficient water for thorough coverage. Apply 4-6 weeks after planting or
when deficiency symptoms first appear. Repeat in 2-3 weeks if necessary.
Soil: Band or sidedress up to 10 lbs.per acre at planting or when deficiency symptoms first apear.

Beans and Black-eyed Peas
Foliage: Apply 1 lb. per acre in sufficient water for thorough coverage. Apply 4-6 weeks
after planting or when deficiency symptoms first appear. Repeat in 2-3 weeks if necessary.
Soil: Apply 10-20 lbs. per acre as a band or sidedress at planting or when deficiency symptoms first appear.

Cabbage, Cauliflower,Celery, and Lettuce
Soil: Band or sidedress up to 10 lbs. per acre.

Carrots, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Melons, Onions, Parsnips, Peas, Peppers, Potatoes, Radishes, Squash,
Tomatoes, and Turnips
Foliage: Apply 1 lb. per acre in sufficient water for thorough coverage. Apply 4-6 weeks after
planting or when deficiency symptoms first appear. Repeat in 2-3 weeks if necessary.
Soil: Band or sidedress up to 10 lbs. per acre.

Corn, Mustard, and Spinach
Foliage (corn only): Apply 1 lb. per acre in sufficient water for thorough coverage.
Apply 4-6 weeks after planting or when deficiency symptoms first appear.
Repeat in 2-3 weeks if necessary.
Soil: Band or sidedress up to 10 lbs. per acre at planting or when deficiency symptoms first appear.

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