ZINC-PLUS™ liquid fertilizer contains elemental zinc and ACT®, which supports vital biochemical reactions in the turf plant. Zinc activates enzymes that are responsible for the synthesis of certain proteins. It is used in the formation of chlorophyll and some carbohydrates, and conversion of starches to sugars. When present in proper ratios, zinc helps the plant to withstand cold temperatures. Zinc is also essential in the formation of auxins, that help with growth regulation and stem elongation.

Zinc deficiencies usually stunt plant growth, and result in decreased number of tillers, chlorosis in smaller leaves, slow crop maturity, spikelet sterility and inferior quality of crops.

BENEFITS OF USE:

  • Supports chlorophyll production
  • Aids protein synthesis
  • Improves tolerance to cold temperatures
  • Boosts carbohydrate production and storage of starches within the plant
  • Promotes natural plant hormone production
  • Essential to the conversion of inorganic phosphorus into organic forms in the plant
  • Promotes enhanced stress tolerance
  • Easy to use liquid fertilizer formula
  • Organically complexed – readily available
  • Use year-round!

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:
Zinc (Zn)…………………………..8.0%
Sulfur (S)………………………….4.0%
Derived from Zinc Sulfate.

APPLICATION
ZINC-PLUS™ is highly concentrated and should be mixed with water to ensure adequate coverage. Jar test for compatibility prior to final tank mixing with other products.

AGRICULTURE & HORTICULTURE USE: Apply 1-4 quarts per acre every 30 days with a fertilizer injection system or as directed by your Biofeed field rep.

GREENS, TEES & TURF: Foliar apply 1-2 quarts in 25-50 gallons of water per acre, or for smaller areas apply 1-2 ounces in 5-10 gallons of water per 1000 square feet. Apply every 7-10 days or as needed with sprayer. Water normally following application.

FOLIAR FEEDING OF TREES & SHRUBS: Dilute 8-16 ounces in 200 gallons of water and spray on foliage to point of runoff.

ROOT FEEDING OF TREES & SHRUBS: Mix 1-2 quarts in 100 gallons of water.