Rapid Zinc Application Guide

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RATES

Crop Type Dilution in Water Application Rate  
  MinimumMaximum per hectare  
Fruit Trees 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha Rapid Zinc is formulated to be applied through 90-120 micron spray jets making Rapid Zinc ideal for application through large scale commercial spraying equipment including Self Propelled (SP) Sprayers and Boom Spray systems.
Vegetables 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha
Grapes 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha
Cereal, Cotton, Tea 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha
Canola 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha
Sunflower 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha
Root Crops 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha
Rice 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha
Maize/Corn 250 800 1 to 3 L/ha

APPLICATION

Crop Type Number of Applications ag-rapid-zinc-parts
  MinimumPreferred
Fruit Trees 1 time to 2 times
Vegetables 1 time to 2 times
Grapes 1 time to 2 times
Cereal, Cotton, Tea 1 time to 2 times
Canola 1 time to 3 times
Sunflower 1 time to 3 times
Root Crops 1 time to 2 times
Rice 1 time to 3 times
Maize/Corn 1 time to 3 times
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Product Compatibility
Always check product compatiblity at www.rlfchemtest.com
Do not mix with Alkaline Copper fungicides or innoculants

Jar Testing
If you are unsure, we recommend a simple jar test of products.
Mix together and check if reaction occurs.
Check www.rlfchemtest.com

ABOUT ZINC DEFICIENCY
THE WORLD HAS A ZINC DEFICIENCY

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Zinc is essential for growth as it plays a key role in many enzyme systems in plants. It controls the production of important growth regulators that influence new growth and development, thus one of the first indications of Zn deficiency is the presence of stunted plants. Zinc deficiency appears as a chlorosis in the interveinal areas of new leaves, producing a banding appearance. Leaf and plant growth become stunted and leaves eventually die and fall off the plant. At branch terminals of fruit and nut trees, rosetting occurs with considerable dieback of the branches.