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Directions for Use:

Fast2Grow® can be used independently for foliar and soil application, or combined with herbicides, insecticides, or fungicides in tank mixtures. Apply Fast2Grow® directly to plant foliage as a spray solution, sprinkler, or drip irrigation systems. Foliar application of Fast2Grow® is at typical dilution rates of 1:100. When tank-mixing with other products, the tank mixture must be applied at the rate recommended on the other product(s) label but still keeping the rate of 32 fl. oz. of Fast2Grow® per acre.

1. Test the soil, if possible, to determine deficiencies or imbalances prior to use.
2. Apply Fast2Grow® directly to plant foliage when plants are actively growing. Use recommended application rates.
3. Use with a balanced, well-managed fertilizer regimen.

Grain Crops:

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Corn
1:100
1-2
5-6 leaves, tasseling / blooming
Wheat (winter and spring)
1:100
1-2
Flag leaf, end of heading
Rye
1:100
1-2
Tillering
Oats
1:100
1-2
Tillering
Barley
1:100
1-2
Tillering
Buckwheat
1:100
1
Blooming
Sunflower
1:100
2
2-4 leaves, early blooming
Rapeseed “Canola” (winter and spring)
1:100
2
5-6 leaves, budding / early blooming


Legumes:

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Soybean
1:100
2
Sprouts, pod formation
Garden pea
1:100
1-2
Early bean formation
Chickpea
1:100
1-2
Early bean formation


Hay and Turf:

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Hay
1:100
Up to every 2 weeks
First application when grass blades reach 4-6″, up to every 2 weeks until harvest
Turf
1:100
Up to every 2 weeks
2 weeks after planting / installation, up to every 2 weeks until harvest


Root Vegetables:

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Potato
1:100
2
Post germination, flowering
Carrots
1:100
1-2
Sprouts / formation of 2-3 true leaves, then at 14 day intervals
Beets
1:200
1-2
Sprouts / formation of 2-3 true leaves, then at 14 day intervals


Textiles and Stock Feeding Crops:

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Sugar beets
1:100
2-3
Sprouts, leaf closure, leaf washout
Cotton
1:100
3
4-5 true leaves, budding to early flowering
Flax*
1:200
1
“Christmas tree” phase or when the plant shows poor development
*Flax is applied at a rate of 14 fl oz/acre


Vegetables and Vegetable Seedlings:

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Vegetable seedlings
1:100
2
7-10 days after germination or transplanting, then at 14 day intervals
Tomatoes
1:100
2
Budding / early flowering, fruiting
Eggplant
1:100
2
Budding / early flowering, fruiting
Zucchini
1:100
2
Budding / early flowering, fruiting
Squash
1:100
2
Budding / early flowering, fruiting
Peppers
1:100
2
Budding / early flowering, fruiting
Cucumbers
1:100
1-3
2-4 leaves, every 2 weeks
Cabbage
1:100
2
Budding, fruiting
Watermelon
1:100
2
Tendril formation, then 15-20 days after first treatment


Leafy Greens and Herbs:

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Lettuce
1:200
Up to every 2 weeks
Moisten leaf surface every 2 weeks
Spinach
1:200
Up to every 2 weeks
Moisten leaf surface every 2 weeks
Green onion
1:200
Up to every 2 weeks
Moisten leaf surface every 2 weeks
Radishes
1:200
Up to every 2 weeks
Moisten leaf surface every 2 weeks
Celery
1:200
Up to every 2 weeks
Moisten leaf surface every 2 weeks
Herbs*
1:200
Up to every 2 weeks
Moisten leaf surface every 2 weeks
*Dill, parsley, cilantro/coriander, basil, sorrel, mint, etc.


Fruits and Berries:

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Apple*
1:100
1-3
1st application: 5-7 days after flowering
2nd application: early abscission of ovaries
3rd application: flower bud formation
Pear*
1:100
1-3
1st application: 5-7 days after flowering
2nd application: early abscission of ovaries
3rd application: flower bud formation
Cherry*
1:100
1-3
1st application: 5-7 days after flowering
2nd application: early abscission of ovaries
3rd application: flower bud formation
Plum*
1:100
1-3
1st application: 5-7 days after flowering
2nd application: early abscission of ovaries
3rd application: flower bud formation
Peach*
1:100
1-3
1st application: 5-7 days after flowering
2nd application: early abscission of ovaries
3rd application: flower bud formation
Apricot*
1:100
1-3
1st application: 5-7 days after flowering
2nd application: early abscission of ovaries
3rd application: flower bud formation
Grapes
1:100
1-3
1st application: budding stage
2nd application: after flowering
3rd application: fruit ripening
Citrus*
1:100
1-3
1st application: 5-7 days after flowering
2nd application: early abscission of ovaries
3rd application: in 2-3 week interval
Strawberries
1:100
2
Onset of development to the end of flowering,
appearance of the ovary
*0.32 oz/per shrub or tree


Ornamentals and Houseplants:

Dilution breakdown:
1.5 teaspoon of Fast2Grow®: 1 quart of water
1.5 ounces of Fast2Grow®: 1 gallon of water
16 ounces of Fast2Grow®: 12.5 gallons of water

Crop
Dilution
Number of Treatments
(per season)
Application Timing
Ornamentals / houseplants
1:100
Up to every 2 weeks
Every 2 weeks, lightly wetting leaves
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