Terreplenish® can be applied 1:10 only in-furrow, pre-plant or post harvest.
Here’s how many ounces to use for quart and gallon at recommended dilution 1:25;
1 part Terreplenish® to 25 parts water. For a quart use: 1.25 oz/ 37 ml. For a gallon use: 5 oz/ 148 ml. For a 2-gallon sprayer use: 12.5 oz/ 370 ml.
For curative uses such as powdery mildew suggested use is every day at a 1:20 ratio. For a quart use: 2 oz /60 ml.
For a 2-gallon sprayer use: 21.25 oz/ 628 ml.
For Pre Plant Application: Apply 7-10 days ahead of seeding.
For Post Plant Application: Apply after emergence. Applications may be repeated every 7 days or more often if needed. Apply in low sun.
Soil applied Terreplenish® is optimal in fall and will accelerate breakdown of crop residue.
For Greenhouse: best to foliar apply on a weekly or bi-weekly basis to prevent spores.
Stored Terreplenish® is useful up to 18 months in normal conditions. The best storage conditions are in a place out of direct sunlight where the temperature stays between 39° to 110° Fahrenheit. Avoid prolonged exposure to oxygen by replacing cap after each use. Keep containers closed after opening. Do not reuse unused product that has been mixed and remained in tank for more then 4 hours. PH of product is 3.4-4.2. This range is a good indicator of viability. No need to pH balance.
Recommended 4 gallons per acre annually in combination of soil applied, in-furrow, and foliar applications. Terreplenish® is a living bacteria product and may require pre-watering in extremely dry soil conditions or in soil not capable of supporting microbial life. Once established, Terreplenish® has an accumulative effect in soil.
Terrreplenish® can be tank mixed with Seranade, Sonato, Actinovate and other biofertilizer or fungicides. Do not mix with chemical herbicides, fungicides or insecticides. Both oil and soap based adjuvants, stickers and other mixing agents should be avoided. Other biological sources of nutrients and microbes can be mixed, however results may vary depending on mode of action.
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