Greenway Biotech, Inc. Manganese Sulfate is one of the most potent fertilizers on the market, over 99% pure and is a powder, it is perfect for palm plants and hydroponic applications
Manganese deficiency or "frizzle top" is a common problem in palms. Symptoms first begin to show on the newly emerging fronds (leaves).
The fronds will appear chlorotic (yellow), small, and weak looking.
As the deficiency progresses, fronds will emerge withered or scorched in appearance, dwarfed, and distorted. This is what gives "frizzle top" its name.
If not corrected, the palm will stop growing and only small brown stubs will emerge, this is quickly followed by the death of the palm.
All palms can benefit from regular applications of Manganese Sulfate. Some of the most susceptible palms to manganese deficiency are Queen Palms, Royal Palms, Pygmy Date Palms, Paurotic (Everglade Palms), and Coconut Palms.
Broadcast Application: 20-60 lbs. per acre pre-plant or at planting.
Banded or Side Dress Application: 10- 30 lbs. per acre.
For improved results, apply in combination with at least 50 lb. Ammonium Sulfate per acre.
Foliar Application: Apply to actively growing plants just before full leaf expansion for best results.
Thorough coverage and wetting are needed for optimum foliar spray results. Adjust application gallonage for equipment and/or crop coverage. DO NOT apply to foliage when plants are suffering from moisture or heat stress.
DO NOT apply to deciduous tree crops during bloom. Solutions of Greenway Biotech, Inc Manganese Sulfate - Powder may be prepared for dilute sprays according to nutritional need and the following ratios of product-to-diluent.
Nutritional Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 lb. / 100 gals.
Mild Deficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 lbs. / 100 gals.
Severe Deficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 lbs. / 100 gals
Manganese Sulfate contains 31% Manganese and 18% Sulfur
Directions For Use as Animal Feed:
This product is designed to be mixed into a commercial feed. Do not feed directly. Consult your local State Agricultural Experiment Station or Extension Service for proper recommendations on the usage of this product.
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