Foliar Turf Nutritional 

Petro 30-0-0 is a 70% controlled release nitrogen that is engineered on four unique release characteristics to obtain constant growth pattern of the plants. Petro 30-0-0 releases the proper amount of nitrogen to the plant to avoid nitrate losses from the soil.

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Petro 30-0-0 Benefits

 

  • Non-burning for maximum safety
  • Controlled release nitrogen source
  • Works with microorganisms in the soil
  • Ideal for low volume spraying
  • 70% controlled release nitrogen

70% SLOW RELEASE NITROGEN

The right amount of N when needed

 

Petro 30-0-0 utilized microorganisms in the soil to release the nitrogen at the proper rate for the plants. There are minimum losses of NH3 amd NO3 from the soil, which reduces the total nitrogen needs for the crop without sacrificing performance, yield and health of the plant.

Improved Overall Plant Health

 

The addition of Petro 30-0-0 will improve the root development and overall plant health of your turfgrass.

IDEAL FOR LOW VOLUME SPRAYING AND WHEN ADDED PROPERLY, IS COMPATIBLE WITH OTHER N-P-K MATERIALS AND TECHNICAL PRODUCTS.

Petro 30-0-0 may be applied throughout the growing season on cool, warm and transitional grasses. Dilute with water according to the desired nitrogen rate per 1,000 sq. ft. Petro 30-0-0 is ideal for low volume spraying and when added properly, is compatible with other N-P-K materials and technical products.

 

Petro 30-0-0 can be mixed with water, fungicides, insecticides, herbicides, surfactants and other liquid fertilizers. If using EC pesticides with Petro 30-0-0, make sure all EC mixtures are added to the spray tank last, after all other products in the mixture have been fully mixed and agitated in the tank. Petro 30-0-0 is non-burning, so foliar contact will not harm the plants.

 

Use a minimum of 1 gallon water per 1,000 square feet with ground spray equipment. The use of an adjuvant may be desired to improve the properties of spray solutiuon. Performing trials with adjuvants may be useful in determining the best inclusion rates for optimal performance. Optimum rate of application will vary depending on your soil properties such as soil pH, organic matter content and soil texture, weather conditions, time of year and general turf health and species. For best results, follow soil test or plant analysis recommendation.