From Foliar Nutrition
Soybeans have a critical need for phosphorus and potassium from germination through reproductive stages, where maximum yield potential is determined. NACHURS playmaKer fertilizer ensures that the soybean plant has adequate available phosphorous and potassium to aid maximum yield potential.
Give your soybean plant a strong and uniform emergence with NACHURS playmaKer seed placed starter. When used as a foliar fertilizer, and applied to the plant foliage, the nutrients are absorbed quickly throughout the plant for healthier soybeans to maximize yields. NACHURS playmaKer fertilizer can also be tank mixed with most glyphosates and fungicides to save soybean growers time and money. NACHURS Agronomists always recommends a jar test for compatibility.
NACHURS playmaker fertilizer is manufactured by utilizing quality raw materials including ammonia, urea, phosphoric acid and potassium acetate to provide a very agronomically efficient source of N-P-K. The quality of the raw materials used to formulate NACHURS playmaker fertilizer:
- Utilizes 100% orthophosphate and potassium acetate both very pure high quality nutrients to maximize top yields.
- Promotes quick, uniform emergence
- Allows good cold weather storage
- Clean, easy handling
- Safe on plant foliage
One hundred percent of the phosphate is present in the orthophosphate form that is immediately available for plant absorption and metabolism. During times of limited phosphate and potassium availability (eg: cold and wet spring soil conditions present at planting), NACHURS playmaker fertilizer provides a phosphate and potassium source that is positionally and nutritionally available.
Soybeans Foliar Feeding Guidelines
Apply 2-4 gallons per acre with adequate water at the 5th trifoliate, and then 2-4 gallons per acre with adequate water again at R3.
*These are general product recommendations. Please consult with your authorized NACHURS distributor or agronomist for specific fertility recommendations
**Additional crop nutrients such as NACHURS micronutrients and slow release nitrogen can be added, as well as most herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides.