PEPPERS

This pepper program is intended for informational use only. For the best possible results tailored to meet your needs and soil type, check with your AgPro™ representative for specific recommendations.

Ground Application/Pre-Plant

32 oz. RECLAIM per acre (2.5 L/Ha) ground application. May be applied at same time as herbicide.

GOAL:

Soil stimulation, air and water management, disease prevention.

 

REASON:

RECLAIM opens the soil for proper air and water management. This softening allows the products enzyme mix to thoroughly stimulate the biological elements breaking down unavailable nutrients to their available form.

RECLAIM on alkali (sodium) soil adds the benefit of preventing cell damage. Sodium is reduced, making potash conversion easy and available. Phosphates are unlocked in spring and potassium in the fall through microbial stimulation.

NOTE: RECLAIM activates and extends the life of herbicides improving their efficiency. Soil test may indicate a higher rate of RECLAIM is necessary in very alkali soil.

At Planting

4 oz RENEW per acre (300 mL/Ha)Apply banded over row or knifed in.

GOAL:

Rapid germination, stimulated root growth, disease prevention.

 

REASON:
The pre-plant treatment allows the RENEW, our strongest soil activator, to penetrate quickly and stimulate the microbial activity around the forming plant. Proper stimulation aids in disease prevention and helps reduce various forms of root rot. This microbial activity breaks down the N-P-K into an easily digestible form, greatly increasing root growth and uptake of minerals.

This treatment gives the seedling a quick strong start to withstand any adverse environmental conditions.

Pre-Bloom

8-16 oz MICROPLUS per acre (0.625 - 1.25 L/Ha) Spray may combine in single application with insecticide or fungicide.

GOAL:

Direct plant stimulation to load up flowers, flush plant and increase yield potentials.

REASON:

This plant stimulant keeps the plant stockier and stronger to hold the most weight in preparation for fruit. Stimulates soil to make available nutrients for reproductive cycle.

Mid-Bloom

8-16 oz MICROPLUS per acre (0.6 - 1.25 L/Ha ) Spray may be combined in single application with insecticide or fungicide.

GOAL:

Stimulate reproduction by increasing reproductive nutrient uptake.

REASON:

Poor nutrient balance at this time will cause yield loss. This application is for retaining any new blooms and developing young fruit. (In high sodium soil and without RECLAIM, at this stage the plant would pull up large doses of sodium instead of potassium.)

Peak Bloom

8-16 oz MICROPLUS per acre (0.6 - 1.25 L/Ha ) Spray may be combined in single application with insecticide or fungicide.

GOAL:

Direct plant stimulation to encourage reproductive efforts and full nutrient uptake for maximum yield.

REASON:

Building thicker cell walls in the fruit makes for more tonnage at harvest. A fully loaded plant will still shed if enough reproductive elements are not available to make all blooms mature. This application is an additional stress reducer to help retain both early and late blooms.

Herbicide Spray Program

Apply 16 fl. oz. phLAME per 100 gallon tank mix with contact herbicides (0.5 L per 375 L).

Fungicide Spray Program

Apply 16 to 32 fl. oz. SS 9 per 100 gallon tank mix with fungicides (0.5 - 1 L per 375 L).

Insecticide Spray Program

Apply 5 to 10 oz SPREADER STICKER per 100 gallon tank mix with insecticides (150 - 300 mL per 375 L).

NOTE ABOUT SPRAYING

We strongly recommend using an adjuvant with your spray program. AgPro™ specialty surfactants (SS 9, SPREADER STICKER, phLAME) have proven cost effective with spray applications of chemicals (fungicides, herbicides, pesticides) to allow lowest label rates with better results. The synergy can add potency and extend the chemical life and have allowed some growers to experiment and get exceptional results with well under label rates.

 

Please ask your AgPro™ representative for the appropriate product for your needs and grower’s experiences in your area.

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