|HAND MIX APPLICATION RATES AND INSTRUCTION|
|Fruits & Forage Trees: Add 2-4 fl. oz. (4-8 tbsp.) to one gallon of water and mix thoroughly. Spray leaves to the point of run-off. Fruit and forage trees can be sprayed at least twice annually, i.e. Spring and Fall. The Spring application should be applied 3 to 4 weeks before blossom formation. The Fall application should be made prior to the onset of cold weather. Deciduous trees should be treated 6 to 8 weeks before leaf drop. Fruit trees may benefit from additional Summer applications.|
|Food Plots & Forage Areas: To increase vigor & growth, deeper greens, and correct yellowing add 1-2 fl. oz. (2-4 tbsp.) to two gallons of water for each 1,000 sq. ft. of area to be sprayed. Apply to the leaves of the crop until good color and aggressive growth is achieved. Thereafter, apply periodically for maintenance purposes. Areas may benefit from an additional 1 fl. oz. (2 tbsp.) per gallon of water applied as a soil drench. Continue until crop achieves acceptable color/growth patterns.|
NOTES: #1. Tender species, such as new starts and newly planted food plots (prior to tri-leaf), of plants should receive 0.5 fl. oz. (1 tablespoon) per gallon of water.
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