Essential for Fruit Set

Guaranteed Analysis

Total Nitrogen (N) 8.00%    
Available Phosphate (P2O5) 8.00%    
Soluble Potash (K20) 8.00%    
Boron (B) 0.35%    
Copper (Cu) 0.06%    
Iron (Fe) 0.15%    
Manganese (Mn) 0.06%    
Molybdenum (Mo) 0.0006%
Zinc (Zn) 0.06%    

Derived From

Urea, Ammonium Phosphate, Potassium Hydroxide, Boric Acid, Copper EDTA, Iron EDTA, Manganese EDTA, Sodium Molybdate and Zinc EDTA

About MaxxPower

MaxxPower can be used on a broad spectrum of field, fruit, vegetable, and ornamental plants. It is comprised of 8-8-8 and various micronutrients. It is an excellent source of nutrients to promote healthier tissues, reduce crop stress, and push higher yields and fuller fruit for any crop.

Use Rates

FOLIAR

  • Corn: 1-2 qt/acre at V3 to VT
  • Soybeans: 1-2 qt/acre at V3 to R3
  • Alfalfa, Grass Hay, and Pastures: 2 qt/acre throughout the growing season. Can be made along with a Boron application.
  • Cereal Grains: 1-2 qt/acre at stage 2 to stage 8. MaxxPower can also be applied 1-2 qt/acre at stage 10.1 to stage 10.5.
  • Potatoes: 2 qt/acre (3–4 inches tall, prior to bloom) Apply Xcelerate Corn in-furrow, and PK Power and CalPower throughout the season. Refer to Nutrient Programs for specific recommendations.
  • Grapes: 1-2 qt/acre (start of spring growth, pre-bloom, 60% bloom)
  • Berry Crops: 2–4 qt/acre (early spring, fruit set) Alternate with PK Power. Refer to Nutrient Programs for specific recommendations.
  • Cucurbits: 2 qt/acre (at fourth true leaf, two weeks after first application, and two weeks after second application).
  • Fruiting Vegetables: 2 qt/acre (at transplant). Apply PK Power and CalPower throughout the season.
  • Leafy Vegetables: 2 qt/acre (at transplant). Apply PK Power and CalPower throughout the season. Refer to Nutrient Programs for specific recommendations.
  • Tree Fruit: 2 qt/acre (early pink, petal fall, 30 days after petal fall, 30 days before harvest)

 

SOIL

  • In-furrow: 1 qt/acre
  • 2×2: Knife-in at 1–2 qt/acre

 

SEED TREATMENT

  • Corn: 8 oz/100 pounds of seed
  • Soybeans: 6 oz/100 pounds of seed
  • Cereal Grains: 6 oz/100 pounds of seed
  • Cucurbits: 6 oz/100 pounds of seed
  • Leafy Vegetables: 6 oz/100 pounds of seed

 

AERIAL

  • 1-2 qt/acre with a minimum of 2 gallons of carrier per acre