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Fruits

A New Approach to Nutrition

A New Approach to Nutrition

By working within the plant itself to increase its ability to absorb nutrients, KeyPlex 120 nutritional supplement provides big results. Increased root mass, higher brix, longer shelf life and stronger disease resistance are among the benefits of boosting the mitochondria in plants.
Bigger Berries, Better BRIX

Bigger Berries, Better BRIX

Florida strawberry growers are comprised of about 11,000 commercial acres with direct competition worldwide. With more U.S. consumers demanding better color and flavor, the pressure is on to consistently grow beautiful, sweet berries.
Controlling Blueberry Gall Midge with Botanical Oils

Controlling Blueberry Gall Midge with Botanical Oils

Multiple modes of action coupled with zero pre-harvest interval offer big benefits to growers. Ecotrol Plus, a botanical oil made by KeyPlex, kills the adults, eggs, and nymphs on contact. It also offers advantages conventional sprays don’t, such as repellency and disruption of oviposition (egg-laying).

Citrus

Citrus Research

Saving Citrus: A Major Cause of Fruit Drop May be a Familiar Foe — But Not the One You Think

Saving Citrus: A Major Cause of Fruit Drop May be a Familiar Foe — But Not the One You Think

A Major Cause of Fruit Drop May be a Familiar Foe — But Not the One You Think Research is pointing to the sexual ...
Saving Citrus: Can We Reduce Fruit Drop?

Saving Citrus: Can We Reduce Fruit Drop?

Can we reduce fruit drop? YES! What has been done so far... Collected and analyzed 1,450+ samples 95%+ ...
McLean Family Farms Controls Citrus Canker with KeyPlex

McLean Family Farms Controls Citrus Canker with KeyPlex

Florida-based McLean Family Farms found that KeyPlex 350 OR helped control citrus canker and citrus greening in organic orange trees when paired with copper-based fungicide in the same spray tank

Vegetables

Prevent Blossom End Rot (BER) in Tomatoes, Peppers and Other Vegetables

Prevent Blossom End Rot (BER) in Tomatoes, Peppers and Other Vegetables

Provide sufficient water to maximize calcium uptake to reduce blossom end rot in tomatoes, peppers and other ...
Are Your Potatoes Hungry or Sick?

Are Your Potatoes Hungry or Sick?

How to tell if symptoms mean diseases or nutrition deficiency Is your crop suffering from a nutrient deficiency ...
Is it Hungry? Or Sick Tomatoes?

Is it Hungry? Or Sick Tomatoes?

How to tell a nutrient deficiency from a disease Is it Fusarium on your tomato plants or is it a nutrient ...
Turf

Turf

Best Management Practices for Turf Nutrition

Best Management Practices for Turf Nutrition

Produce quality turf by following these tried and true nutrition practices. A lush lawn provides numerous ...
How to Correct Iron Chlorosis in Turfgrass

How to Correct Iron Chlorosis in Turfgrass

Prevent iron chlorosis from yellowing your turf A vibrant green blanket of consistent, rich, emerald color ...
N,P,K and More

N,P,K and More

The role of macronutrients and micronutrients in turf nutrition While nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P) and potassium ...

Tree Nuts

A New Approach to Nutrition

A New Approach to Nutrition

By working within the plant itself to increase its ability to absorb nutrients, KeyPlex 120 nutritional supplement provides big results. Increased root mass, higher brix, longer shelf life and stronger disease resistance are among the benefits of boosting the mitochondria in plants.
Keep Your Workers in the Field and Navel Orangeworm Out

Keep Your Workers in the Field and Navel Orangeworm Out

After a trial last season, a California almond grower is going all in with KeyPlex AWP to control navel orangeworm. Benefits he likes include: Zero REI, zero PHI, 21-day spray interval and better safety for workers as well as well as beneficial insects.
KeyPlex® Announces AWP, a New Tool for Navel Orangeworm Control

KeyPlex® Announces AWP, a New Tool for Navel Orangeworm Control

KeyPlex is pleased to announce the launch of AWP, an essential-oil based insecticide with multiple modes of action against leps, such as navel orangeworm (NOW), mites and other insects.
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