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Foliar fertilization of wheat using Haifa bonus crystalline

A comprehensive fertilization recommendation, for spraying the fertilizer either by airplane or by tractor operated sprayer

 

Product: Haifa bonus crystalline (12-2-44)

Treatment timing: Two treatments are recommended, timed as follows

 

 

Physiological stage I.
Tillering to
Jointing

Spraying by Airplane

Total rate 15 Kg/Ha Haifa bonus
Spray volume 100-150 liter/Ha
Solution concentration (w/v) 15 - 10 % (respectively)
Adjuvant/surfactant Recommended (As generally practiced for foliar sprays)

Tractor operated sprayer

Total rate 15 Kg/Ha Haifa bonus
Spray volume 200-400 liter/Ha
Solution concentration (w/v) 7.5 - 3.75 % (respectively)
Adjuvant/surfactant Recommended (As generally practiced for foliar sprays)
Physiological stage II
Flowering until
milk stage of the
grains

Spraying by Airplane

Total rate 10 Kg/Ha Haifa bonus
Spray volume 100-150 liter/Ha
Solution concentration (w/v) 10 - 6.7 % (respectively)
Adjuvant/surfactant Recommended (As generally practiced for foliar sprays)

Tractor operated sprayer

Total rate 10 Kg/Ha Haifa bonus
Spray volume 200-400 liter/Ha
Solution concentration (w/v) 5 - 2.5 % (respectively)
Adjuvant/surfactant Recommended (As generally practiced for foliar sprays)

 

 

 

 

Compatibility. Haifa bonus is highly compatible with a wide range of pesticides and growth regulators, commonly used in field-crops. It is also compatible with other plant nutrients used for correction of deficiencies (Mg, Zn, etc.). Nevertheless, it is advisable to confirm compatibility by mixing a sample of the spray materials at the recommended concentration, before adding to the mix tank.

 

Safety Measures. Spray should be applied when the plants are fully turgid, and should be avoided during hot and dry weather. Best results are obtained when spraying in the late evening or early morning. It is recommended that this mixture will be sprayed on a small test plot, a few days prior to the comprehensive commercial treatment, so as to assess whether any adverse effects may occur.

 

 

 

Wheat (grain)

Macro elements removed by 1 ton marketable product

 

 

N

P

K

Ca

Mg

S

-------------------------------------- Kg/ton ------------------------------------------

25.0

4.0

4.5

1.0

2.5

1-4

 

 

 

 

Plant analysis guide

Nutrient sufficiency ranges (source: A & L, Agronomy Handbook, Ankerman & Large Eds.)

 

Field crops*

 

 

Wheat (High yield)

N

S

P

K

Mg

Ca

Na

B

Zn

Mn

Fe

Cu

Al

Mo

------------------------ % -------------------------

--------------- p.p.m ---------------
From

4.00

0.20

0.24

2.00

0.20

0.28

0.01

6

22

32

36

6

20

0.6
To

5.00

0.30

0.36

3.00

0.30

0.42

0.03

10

34

48

54

10

300

1.0

 

 

*  Plant part to sample:

Mid-tillering: whole above ground portion of plant.

Next 3-4 sampling times will depend on lab. Data of first sampling: whole above ground portion of plant.