Copper Boost is a copper-based liquid fertilizer used for the correction and prevention of copper deficiencies in crops. Copper Boost is easily absorbed by plants, allowing the plants to quickly and efficiently assimilate the fertilizer.
Copper Boost uses a proprietary method to create a liquid fertilizer based on tribasic copper sulfate to address the correction and prevention of copper deficiencies of various crops.
The toxicological classification of this product is harmful. Avoid contact with the eyes, skin, and clothes. Use appropriate clothing and taking into account the usual precautions when handling chemical products. Avoid non-controlled disposal to soil and prevent from entering public or private water supplies (including wells) and any lake, stream, or river.
Copper Boost can be applied to leaves and soil. Both soil and foliar applications are effective to overcome copper deficiency. The copper absorption by the plant may differ by plant species and depends upon the lower tissue requirement of copper.
Effective against copper deficiencies in crops.
Chlorophyll production, protein synthesis, and respiration are important plant functions that need copper. A copper deficiency can result in yield reductions. These symptoms can include tip necrosis of older leaves and inhibited unfurling of young leaves. Under severe copper deficiency, the plants growing point may die.
|Crop Type||Mix Rate||Product Amount||Foliar Spray(25-50 gal)||Soil Drenceh (250-500 gaL)|
|Trees of pip or stone fruits||1:1,000 - 1:500||3.8 - 7.6 mL/ 1 gal 12.8 - 25.6 oz/ 100 gal||0.3 – 0.5 oz/ 1,000 ft213.8 – 20.8 oz/ Acre33.3 – 50.0 oz/ Ha||Make 1 - 2 applications at the time of flowering|
|Fruits, peppers, tomatoes, etc.||1:1,000 - 1:500||3.8 - 7.6 mL/ 1 gal 12.8 - 25.6 oz/ 100 gal||Make 1 - 2 applications at the time of flowering|
|Cultivation in general||1:1,000 - 1:500||3.8 - 7.6 mL/ 1 gal 12.8 - 25.6 oz/ 100 gal||Make 1 - 2 applications at the time of flowering|
The mix rate for Copper Boost is 9.5 mL (2 tsp.) per 1 gallon of water that can be applied directly to the plants or to the soil.