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Nutri-Grow®

For Turf and Ornamental Performance



Enhance turf growth and performance

Developed at Los Alamos National Laboratories, Nutri-Grow® phosphite products for turf and ornamental performance combine patented formulations of phosphite and organic acids developed by the University of California-Riverside to deliver enhanced plant growth, root development, flowering, transplant establishment and color development. Nutri-Grow stimulates plants to fix more carbon dioxide, increase carbon metabolism and improve plant nitrogen assimilation efficiency.

The details
  • Enhanced plant growth, rooting, root development, flowering, transplant establishment and improved color development
  • Superior uptake, metabolic stimulation, and plant health response
  • Improved disease resistance and immune responses
  • Improved tolerance to heat and drought
  • Improved salinity and sodicity tolerance
  • Tank-mix compatibility and proven synergy with many other chemistries
  • Foliar or soil application flexibility


Application Guidelines

Always read and follow label instructions and restrictions before use.

Application Instructions

Nutri-Grow may be applied by air or with all types of ground spraying equipment, soil spraying/injection equipment and through certain types of irrigation systems. Allow at least one week between applications.

See label for full list of registered plants and application rates.

Compatibility

This product is compatible with most commonly used foliar pesticides, chemically neutral fertilizers and micronutrients. It is not recommended to use this product with surfactants or adjuvants that lower pH. Avoid mixing with oxidizing chemicals including, but not limited to, chlorine, hydrogen peroxide, ozone and other sterilants.


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