High Nitrogen Formula with Slow Release Nitrogen & Micronutrients
Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN is an excellent high nitrogen to potassium ratio fertilizer that contains a full micronutrient package. This formula is ideal for foliar and root fertilization. 50% of the available nitrogen is slow release from Triazone, while the remaining nitrogen is in the quick release form. Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN provides immediate plant response while the Triazone slow release nitrogen maintains the nitrogen release for an extended period of time. The micronutrients are in the EDTA chelated form which enhances their availability while in the soil and allows tank mix compatibility with many other products.
Directions For Use:
Greens, Tees and Fine Turf: Apply 7.0 – 15.0 oz. of Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN with 1.5 – 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. (2.4 – 5.1 gallons of Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN with 66 – 88 gallons of water per Acre) every 7 to 14 days throughout the growing season. This application rate shall provide 0.10 – 0.25 lb. of actual Nitrogen per 1,000 sq. ft. The most common rate is 7.0 oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. For additional performance, tank mix with AdamsEarth® Biostimulant.
Fairways, Roughs, Sports Turf and Lawns: Apply 2.4 – 5.8 gallons of Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN with 44 – 88 gallons of water per Acre (7.0 – 17.0 oz of Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN with 1 – 2 gallons per 1,000 sq. ft.) every 14- 21 days throughout the growing season. If applying rates higher than 12 gallons per Acre (.50 lb. of Nitrogen per 1,000 sq. ft.), it is recommended that the area be watered completely after application.Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN may be applied through irrigation injection or hose end proportioners at the calculated rates per 1,000 sq. ft.
Trees and Ornamentals: For deep root feeding, mix 1 – 5 gallons of Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN per 100 gallons of water. Inject 1 – 5 gallons of the diluted fertilizer solution per each inch of tree trunk diameter at breast height. Green-T® 18-3-6, 50% SRN will provide a continuous feed through the growing season.