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Guaranteed Analysis
Total Nitrogen (N) 8.00%
Available Phosphate (P205) 3.00%
Soluble Potash (K20) 8.00%
Copper (Cu) 0.06%
Iron (Fe) 0.10%
Manganese (Mn) 0.05%
Zinc (Zn) 3.10%
Derived From

Urea, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Copper EDTA, Iron EDTA, Manganese EDTA and Zinc EDTA

General Information

popUPpower can be used with a starter fertilizer, in furrow, in transplant water, or as a foliar treatment for any crop. Zinc and other micronutrients are often tied up by Phosphorus and compacted soils. Corn is the most sensitive crop to low Zinc levels in the soil. popUPpower is fortified with Zinc EDTA and vital micronutrients. popUPpower is intended as a supplement to a regular fertilizer program and will not, by itself, provide all the normal nutrients required by agricultural crops.

Use Rates

Corn

  • In-Furrow: 1 qt/acre
  • 2x2: Knife in at 1–2 qt/acre. Do not use less than a minimum of 2 gallons of carrier per acre.
  • Foliar: 1 qt/acre at V3 to VT

Soybeans

  • In-Furrow: 1 qt/acre
  • 2x2: Knife in at 1–2 qt/acre. Do not use less than a minimum of 2 gallons of carrier per acre.
  • Foliar: 1 qt/acre at V3 to R3

Aerial

  • 1–2 pt/acre with a minimum of 2 gallons of carrier per acre

The Role of Zinc

Zinc is an important component of various enzymes responsible for metabolic reactions in all crops.

Zinc Deficiency in Corn

Look for:

  • Broad bands of striped tissue on each side of the leaf midrib
  • Stunting
  • Nodes appear purple to brown when the stem is split open

Possible Cause:

  • High levels of Phosphorus, particularly with higher rates of manure use

Zinc Deficiency in Soybeans

Look for:

  • Yellowing of lower leaves when edible beans first appear; yellow turns into bronze or brown color; leaf takes on a rusty appearance

Real Results

Corn: Even Ears and Strong Standability

When Frenchtown, NJ farmer, Gabe Sipos, purchased his farm, he faced compacted, nutrient-depleted, red clay soil, but the past two years use of PowerAG products has produced results. Mr. Sipos explained, “The micronutrient uptake has changed dramatically. We’re achieving larger root mass, strong standability, even ears, nice girth, and higher bushels per acre.”



Corn: Overcoming Compacted Soil to Lift Yield

Knoxville, PA farmer, Karl Kroeck, commented, “Despite compacted soil in an old railroad grade, M-Power’s ability to put early roots on my corn has really impressed me.”



Corn: Achieving Important Yield Increases

Mt. Joy, PA farmer, Elvin Reiff, has been using PowerAG products for two seasons and stated, “We have definitely increased root mass and plant health.”

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