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ALPINE G24® liquid fertilizer is manufactured by utilizing quality raw materials to provide a very agronomically efficient source of N-P-K. The quality raw materials used to formulate ALPINE G24 fertilizer
Eighty percent of the phosphate is present in the orthophosphate form that is immediately available for plant absorption and metabolism. During times of limited phosphate and potassium availability (eg: cold and wet spring soil conditions present at planting), ALPINE G24 liquid fertilizer provides a phosphate and potassium source that is positionally and nutritionally available.
|Row Width||Max L/A|
|WHEAT, BARLEY, RYE, AND OATS|
4-11 litres per acre. Foliar apply at the 3rd – 5th leaf collar.
4-11 litres per acre. Foliar apply at the 4th – 6th trifoliate, and then 80-85% podset.
4-11 litres per acre.
Use 4-8 litres per acre with 30-38 litres of water every 7-10 days on vegetable crops starting at 10-15 days after transplant or at 2″-5″ tall on seeded crops.
User 4 litres with 30-38 litres of water starting at bud swell in the spring and continue as needed.
For more specific foliar guidelines, consult with your authorized ALPINE Dealer or ALPINE District Manager
Use 4 litres per acre with 400 litres of water at set out.
For more specific guidelines, consult with your authorized ALPINE Dealer or ALPINE District Sales Manager for fertility recommendations.
|Total Nitrogen (N)||0.177|
|Available Phosphate (P2O5)||0.709|
|Soluble Potash (K2O)||0.177|
|Specific gravity||1.34 kg/L|
|pH||6.3 – 7.0|
|Appearance||clear green liquid|
|Odor||may have slight ammonia odour|
3000 ACRES – STRATFORD, ON
“We’ve seen a 4 to 7 bu/acre yield increase on our winter wheat since switching from dry phosphate to ALPINE G24 liquid starter about 15 years ago. And our winter survival rate is quite a bit better with the ALPINE starter. It’s non-corrosive and it’s much easier to pump liquid fertilizer through hoses than to truck and auger a dry product. Having the ALPINE kit frees up space for more seed in our air cart, so we can seed more acres in less time. Sometimes we’ll have a soft red wheat in one hopper and a hard red wheat in the other, an… Read more