How to Use It

Application Rates and Instructions
Crop RateFast2Growper acre fl oz/acre Dilution rate of product in water Diluted solution application rate (gal/acre) # of treatments per growing season Recommended application timings
Grain and oil producing crops
Winter and spring wheat 32 1:100 25 1-2 Tillering, exit to the tube / earing
Winter rye
Oat
Barley
Corn 5-6 true leaves, tasseling / blooming
Buckwheat 1 Blooming
Sunflower 2 2-4 leaves, early blooming
Winter and spring oilseed rape 4-6 leaves, budding / early blooming
Legume crops
Garden Pea 32 1:100 25 1 Early bean formation
Chickpea
Soybean 2 Sprouts, beans formation
Technical and stock feeding crops
Sugar beets 32 1:100 25 2-3 Sprouts, leaf closure, leaf washout
Cotton 3 4-5 true leaves, budding – early flowering
Flax 14 1:200 22 1 “Christmas tree” phase, or, when the plant shows poor development
Potatoes
Potatoes 32 1:100 25 2 Complete germination, flowering
Vegetables
Seedlings of vegetable crops 32 1:100 25 2 7-10 days after germination or transplanting, then at 14 day intervals
Tomatoes eggplant, zucchini, squash, peppers Budding / early flowering, fruiting
Cucumbers 1-3 2-4 leaves, then at 14 day intervals
Cabbage 2 2-3 true leaves, early head formation
Root vegetables (carrots, beets) 1-2 Sprouts / formation of 2-3 true leaves, then at 14 days intervals
Watermelons 2 Tendrils formation; then after 15-20 days of the first treatment
Leafy greens and herbs
Lettuce, spinach, green onions, radishes, dill, parsley, celery, coriander, basil, sorrel, mint, etc. 1:200 water solution. Moisten the surface of the leaves with working solution once every two weeks.
Fruits and berries
Apple, pear, cherry, plum, peach, apricot 0.32 oz/per shrub, tree 1:100 32 oz/per shrub, tree 1-3 1st in 5-7 days after flowering; 2nd at the beginning of physiological abscission of ovaries; 3rd at the period of flower buds formation
Grapes 1st in the budding stage; 2nd after flowering; 3rd in the fruit ripening stage
Citrus 1st in 5-7 days after flowering; 2nd in the early abscission of ovaries; 3rd in 2-3 weeks interval
Strawberries 32 25 2 Onset of development – end of flowering stage (April – early May), appearance of the ovary (May – June)
Ornamentals and Houseplants
Maintain 1:100 water solution Sprinkle once every two weeks, lightly wetting the leave

Application Rates and Instructions
Crop RateFast2Growper acre fl oz/acre Dilution rate of product in water Diluted solution application rate (gal/acre) # of treatments per growing season Recommended application timings
Grain and oil producing crops
Winter and spring wheat 32 1:100 25 1-2 Tillering, exit to the tube / earing
Winter rye
Oat
Barley
Corn 5-6 true leaves, tasseling / blooming
Buckwheat 1 Blooming
Sunflower 2 2-4 leaves, early blooming
Winter and spring oilseed rape 4-6 leaves, budding / early blooming
Legume crops
Garden Pea 32 1:100 25 1 Early bean formation
Chickpea
Soybean 2 Sprouts, beans formation
Technical and stock feeding crops
Sugar beets 32 1:100 25 2-3 Sprouts, leaf closure, leaf washout
Cotton 3 4-5 true leaves, budding – early flowering
Flax 14 1:200 22 1 “Christmas tree” phase, or, when the plant shows poor development
Potatoes
Potatoes 32 1:100 25 2 Complete germination, flowering
Vegetables
Seedlings of vegetable crops 32 1:100 25 2 7-10 days after germination or transplanting, then at 14 day intervals
Tomatoes eggplant, zucchini, squash, peppers Budding / early flowering, fruiting
Cucumbers 1-3 2-4 leaves, then at 14 day intervals
Cabbage 2 2-3 true leaves, early head formation
Root vegetables (carrots, beets) 1-2 Sprouts / formation of 2-3 true leaves, then at 14 days intervals
Watermelons 2 Tendrils formation; then after 15-20 days of the first treatment
Leafy greens and herbs
Lettuce, spinach, green onions, radishes, dill, parsley, celery, coriander, basil, sorrel, mint, etc. 1:200 water solution. Moisten the surface of the leaves with working solution once every two weeks.
Fruits and berries
Apple, pear, cherry, plum, peach, apricot 0.32 oz/per shrub, tree 1:100 32 oz/per shrub, tree 1-3 1st in 5-7 days after flowering; 2nd at the beginning of physiological abscission of ovaries; 3rd at the period of flower buds formation
Grapes 1st in the budding stage; 2nd after flowering; 3rd in the fruit ripening stage
Citrus 1st in 5-7 days after flowering; 2nd in the early abscission of ovaries; 3rd in 2-3 weeks interval
Strawberries 32 25 2 Onset of development – end of flowering stage (April – early May), appearance of the ovary (May – June)
Ornamentals and Houseplants
Maintain 1:100 water solution Sprinkle once every two weeks, lightly wetting the leave

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