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Region: Eastern Canada
Name: ALPINE TMR-F®
Category: Foliar Nutrition
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A great P&K product with micronutrients to balance out a nutrition program. Works well with ALPINE SRN.
1st Application: V-5 (8-10 inch corn)
2nd Application: V-10 (30-36 inch corn)
1st Application: R1 Stage (first flower)
2nd Application: R3 Stage (early pod fill)
1st Application: Feekes Stage 4
2nd Application: Feekes Stage 9 (before flag leaf)
Suggested use rates vary from 4-13L/acre according to crop, growth stage & other additives used.
Addition of ALPINE EDTA chelated micronutrients may be of added benefit at recommended rates. ALPINE SRN liquid fertilizer is the recommended product to be used for additional Nitrogen.
For more specific guidelines, consult with your authorized ALPINE Dealer or ALPINE District Sales Manager for fertility recommendations.
|Total Nitrogen (N)||0.09|
|Available Phosphate (P2O5)||0.48|
|Soluble Potash (K2O)||0.48|
|Weight||13.63 lbs. per gallon|
|Specific gravity||1.36 kg/L|
|Appearance||clear green liquid|
|Odor||no odor, or mild ammonia|
2500 ACRES – ALLISTON, ON
Jim started using ALPINE G24 liquid starter in 2007 and now uses ALPINE foliars to push his corn and soybean yields even higher. In the dry spell of 2012, Jim tried a combination of ALPINE SRN and ALPINE TMR-F to counteract the setback he was seeing in his soybean crop.” We were trying to keep the plants going and give them a boost to fill the top pods, which we call Florida pods because they’ll pay for a trip to Florida if you can get them. ‘ says Patton.” It really put the bushels in the bin when we finally got rain. We had five-bus… Read more