Main_Fertilizing Your Fields-Buying-Guide

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(soybeans, alfalfa, clover, chickpeas, lentils, sainfoin, and trefoil)

“Nitro Buck | Slow-Release Liquid Nitrogen”

Nitro-Buck is a nitrogen alone fertilizer to offer additional nitrogen to any crop. Although legumes do create most of their nitrogen needed for a successful crop, adding additional nitrogen after emergences of crop as a foliar feed in a small amount can push crop production to the next level.

Application Rate: 2 gallons per acre

“G3 | Orthophosphate fertilizer”

G3 is a liquid solution with the best source of potash and phosphorus that is immediately available to the soil. No need to wait for rain or for breakdown times, G3 can be easily applied during many stages of growth to ensure crops are getting the phosphorus and potassium they need for the best possible growth.

G3 is a low nitrogen, high phosphorus and potassium liquid fertilizer, used mostly for legume crops that fixate most of their own nitrogen in the root zone of the plant.

Application Rate: 5 To 8 Gallons Per Acre

(turnips, rape, kale, and radishes)

Nitro-Buck is a nitrogen alone fertilizer to offer additional nitrogen to any crop. Although legumes do create most of their nitrogen needed for a successful crop, adding additional nitrogen after emergences of crop as a foliar feed in a small amount can push crop production to the next level.

Application Rate: 2 to 3 gallons per acre

“G3 | Orthophosphate fertilizer”

G3 is a liquid solution with the best source of potash and phosphorus that is immediately available to the soil. No need to wait for rain or for breakdown times, G3 can be easily applied during many stages of growth to ensure crops are getting the phosphorus and potassium they need for the best possible growth.

G3 is a low nitrogen, high phosphorus and potassium liquid fertilizer, used mostly for legume crops that fixate most of their own nitrogen in the root zone of the plant.

Application Rate: 5 To 8 Gallons Per Acre

(turnips, rape, kale, radishes, soybeans, alfalfa, clover, chickpeas, lentils, sainfoin, and trefoil)

“Nitro Buck | Slow-Release Liquid Nitrogen”

Nitro-Buck is a nitrogen alone fertilizer to offer additional nitrogen to any crop. Although legumes do create most of their nitrogen needed for a successful crop, adding additional nitrogen after emergences of crop as a foliar feed in a small amount can push crop production to the next level.

Application Rate: 3 to 5 gallons per acre

“G3 | Orthophosphate fertilizer”

G3 is a liquid solution with the best source of potash and phosphorus that is immediately available to the soil. No need to wait for rain or for breakdown times, G3 can be easily applied during many stages of growth to ensure crops are getting the phosphorus and potassium they need for the best possible growth.

G3 is a low nitrogen, high phosphorus and potassium liquid fertilizer, used mostly for legume crops that fixate most of their own nitrogen in the root zone of the plant.

Application Rate: 5 To 8 Gallons Per Acre

When planting a corn food plot, we suggest applying 75 units of dry nitrogen fertilizer or liquid 32% at plant time before our Nitro-Buck as the additional nitrogen needed to grow a corn crop, to ensure a long-lasting nitrogen supply to the corn crop throughout the growing season. Corn needs 1 unit of nitrogen for every bushel of corn planned to be produced per acre of land, most food plotters are aiming for 100 to 150 bushels or 100 to 150 units of nitrogen per acre.

“Nitro Buck | Slow-Release Liquid Nitrogen”

10-20-10+ as a starter fertilizer for corn crop offers the essential NPK for starting a viable corn crop off right.

Application Rate: if applied 75 units of nitrogen before or at planting: 7 to 10 gallons per acre

“G3 | Orthophosphate fertilizer”

G3 is a liquid solution with the best source of potash and phosphorus that is immediately available to the soil. No need to wait for rain or for breakdown times, G3 can be easily applied during many stages of growth to ensure crops are getting the phosphorus and potassium they need for the best possible growth.

G3 is a low nitrogen, high phosphorus and potassium liquid fertilizer, used mostly for legume crops that fixate most of their own nitrogen in the root zone of the plant.

Application Rate: 5 To 8 Gallons Per Acre