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Safe Zone™

Liquid Soil Treatment



Reduce soluble salts in root zones

Safe Zone™ is a liquid soil treatment used for dispersing accumulated salts through the soil profile to reduce soluble salts in the root zone. It can be used in all types of irrigation systems to move accumulations of salt below the root zone. This treatment can lead to increased yield potential by improving germination, water percolation and nutrient uptake.

The details
  • Can be sprayed on soil surface and watered within 48 hours
  • Works with all types of irrigation systems, such as: flood, furrow, low volume, drip, sprinkler and center pivot


Application Guidelines

Always read and follow label instructions and restrictions before use.

Application Instructions

Safe Zone can be used in all types of irrigation systems, such as flood, furrow, low volume, drip irrigation, sprinkler and center pivot to help move salts downward in the soil and away from the roots. It can also be sprayed on the soil surface and watered within 48 hours.

High Saline Soil: Use rate is 4 qts/acre for moderately sensitive plants

Moderate Saline Soil: Use rate is 2-3 qts/acre for moderately tolerant plants

Maintenance Rates: Use rate is 1-2 qts/acre for moderately tolerant plants

Compatibility

In all cases, it is recommended that a jar test for compatibility be conducted.


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