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Organic Solu-PLKS

Ken Hamilton talks about bio-Release and Solu-plks


Organic Solu-PLKS is a concentrated organic based product formulated with naturally aminatedbacterial fermentation extracts.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:
Fractionated organic acids and natural derivatives. Organic Solu-PLKS is not a plant food product.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Organic Solu-PLKS is recommended for use on all soils and plants. Organic Solu-PLKS may enhance nutrient availability and microbial activity. Organic Solu-PLKS is designed for foliar application andfor injection through chemigation and sprinkler systems.

Sprinkler Irrigation: apply at the rate of 1 to 2 gallons per acre with irrigation water.
Foliar Application: Dissolve the recommended amount of Organic Solu-PLKS in at least 25 gallons water per acre.

Aerial Application: Dissolve the recommended amount of Organic Solu-PLKS in at least 8 gallons water per acre. Soil Mark-out Application: Organic Solu-PLKS is essential to complex macro and micronutrients applied early in season. Mix 0.5 to 1 gallon of Organic Solu-PLKS with organic plant food and apply in-furrow to maximize the nutrients availability.
Potatoes and Sugarbeets: Apply 1 to 2 gallons per acre
Grain crops: Apply at the rate of 0.5 to 1 gallon per acre
Greenhouse crops: Inject 1 to 2 gallons in drip irrigation system
Fruit trees: Apply at the rate of 0.5 to 1 gallon per acre
Alfalfa: Apply 1 to 2 quarts per acre after each cutting.

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