HCU FSG Minors LCO
Posted on April 24, 2019
Combining HCU and Foltec SG Minors creates an ideal tank mix of nitrogen, humic acid, and minor elements. Applied anytime during the growing season, this pair delivers exceptional performance without breaking the budget.
When thinking about proven results and adaptability for lawn care fertility, the combination of HCU and Foltec SG Minors is unmatched. This unique combination can be used on a wide range of plant material from turfgrasses to ornamental plants. Strong economics in use make this duo an ideal selection for the lawn care operator looking to differentiate himself from the competition without breaking the bank.
HCU - HUMIC COATED UREA
HCU granules represent a sensible approach to nitrogen application, combining urea and humic acid in a 100% soluble granule. While providing equal or better performance than leading stabilized nitrogen products, HCU granules also offer strong economics in use.
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FOLTEC SG MINORS
Foltec SG Minors is a proprietary combination of dry, 100% soluble granules that contains selected secondary and minor elements, along with sea plant extract and humate. With easy to understand coverage and application rates, Foltec SG truly allows you to spray smarter.
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Foltec SG Minors has been tested and shown to be very soluble with adequate agitation, typical of that provided by most self-contained spray units. When applying Foltec SG products with other active ingredients, it is normally recommended that Foltec SG be placed in the mixing tank first. When mixing with Humic Coated Urea, however, Foltec SG Minors should be added only after HCU dissolution. Follow the steps below to ensure proper mixing of the two products.
Add HCU to water. DO NOT pour directly into the tank. Can be solubilized using an inductor, rinsed through a basket strainer, or prepared in a bucket slurry.
Add Foltec SG Minors. Can be poured directly into the tank, solubilized using an inductor, or rinsed through a basket strainer.