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Water Soluble Fertilizer, Broad-Spectrum Fungicide & Tank Buffering Agent
Nutrol, from Performance Nutrition is manufactured specifically to works in three ways; as a fungicide, as a fertilizer and as a tank buffer agent. It’s safe, effective, gentle, 100% water- soluble and easy to use. Nutrol is compatible with most pesticides and liquid fertilizers and has the lowest salt index of any commercial fertilizer. Start applying Nutrol in early Spring when conditions become favorable for disease development (i.e. cool, humid, cloudy periods) and continue spraying on a 7 - 14 day schedule for the entire season.
Prudent 44 is recommended for use with Nutrol as a fungicide against soil borne and foliar diseases such as Phytophthera, Rhyzoctonia, Fusarium, Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew, etc.
Nutrol’s functions as a broad-spectrum fungicide:
Non-toxic powerful bio-pesticide that can be used for the control of both foliar and soil borne diseases
Controls and eradicate powdery mildew, fire blight and bacterial blight on Ornamentals and Turfgrass
Controls several soil-borne and foliar diseases when applied with any fertilizer
Prevents Phytophthora root rot
It’s safe for the applicator and the environment
Nutrol’s benefits as a water-soluble fertilizer:
Provides a highly concentrated source of phosphorus and potassium
It has the lowest salt index of any fertilizer—and will not cause phytotoxicity
It’s nitrogen-free, so you can manage nitrogen requirements independently.
It’s suitable for foliar, soil and drip irrigation applications.
Absorbed more efficiently by foliar use
Nutrol’s use as a tank buffer agent:
Acidifies and maintains the pH of tank solutions throughout application.
Prevents alkaline hydrolysis
Ensure optimal performance of each component.
Available Phosphate (P2O5) ……………. 50%
Soluble Potash (K2O).……….…………… 32%
Derived From: Monopotassium phosphate
Sold by the pound
Shipped/Packaged: 5x8 lbs. Manufactured by Performance Nutrition Division of LidoChem, Inc
See flyer for Optimal pHs for Common Pesticides.