A balanced formulation of secondary and micronutrients sufficient for maintaining most crops free of nutrient deficiency symptoms. Plus an added bonus of enhanced alpha keto acids.
KeyPlex 350 PTL is a formulation of micronutrients most often found deficient in turfgrass, shrubs and trees. It contains alphaketo acids, which may facilitate utilization of micronutrients, and increase resistance to environmental stress. It also contains humic acid, which may enhance soil micronutrient availability. KeyPlex 350 PTL is formulated for foliar application or fertigation to prevent and correct micronutrient deficiencies when used as directed.
KeyPlex 350 PTL, when added to the spray tank water, will lower the water pH, and can be used in combination with pesticides. However, in unfamiliar mixtures use a “jar compatibility” test.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
FOLIAR APPLICATION: Tomatoes and other vegetables, grapes, small fruits, leaf crops, peanuts, cotton, tobacco and other agronomic crops, ornamentals, flower crops and turf: Use 1 to 2 quarts of KeyPlex 350 DP per acre in a minimum of 20 gallons of water with ground spray equipment. At least six applications are recommended on most crops per crop or per
FOLIAR APPLICATION: GOLF TURF Greens and Tees: Apply as a spray, 1 to 11/2 fluid ounces of KeyPlex 350 PTL in 1 to 21/2 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet of surface area. Foliar assimilation of KeyPlex 350 PTL is enhanced by the addition of spray grade urea as a tank mix at the rate of 1 to 11/2 ounces per 1000 square feet. Applications are recommended every 7 to 14 days. Fairways: Apply as a spray, 1 to 2 quarts of KeyPlex 350 PTL in 40 to 100 gallons of water per acre. Foliar assimilation of KeyPlex 350 PTL is enhanced by the addition of spray grade urea as a tank mix at the rate of 3 to 5 pounds per acre. Applications are recommended every 21 to 45 days. Ornamental Plants: Use 1 quart of KeyPlex 350 PTL per 100 gallons of water. Addition of 1 to 2 pounds of urea or potassium nitrate per 100 gallons of water will aid leaf assimilation.