YaraVita MAGTRAC

YaraVita Magtrac is a highly concentrated flowable formulation contains almost 3 times more magnesium than epsom salts. It contains 8-10 times more magnesium than a liquid chelate and 3-4 times more than liquid sulphate or nitrate products.

The fluid formulation makes it easy to measure, pour and mix the product in the spray tank, while giving the highest nutrient content.

The purity of raw materials selected for this product makes it safe for application to the crop and helps ensure that the harvested produce will not be rejected at any point in the supply chain.

A controlled particle size gives quick uptake and long lasting effect. This reduces the need for repeat applications saving both time and money.

A broad tankmixability makes it easy to co-apply the products with agrochemicals, saving both time and money. Just as important, free access to Tankmix information online or via smart phones makes it quick and easy to check whether products can be co-applied.



Product application advice

Cranberries:2 quarts/acre applied at hook stage or early bloom. Water rate: 50 gallons/acre.

Alfalfa / Lucerne

Alfalfa: 1-2 pints/acre applied 10 to 14 days after regrowth commences post-cutting (when there is enough regrowth to take a spray). Water rate: 5 to 20 gallons/acre.

Apricot

Apricots: 1-2 quarts/acre at fruit set. If necessary a second application may be made 10 to 14 days later. Also, 2 quarts/acre after harvest but before leaf senescence. Water rate: 20 to 100 gallons/acre.

Asparagus

Asparagus: 4-5 applications of 1-2 quarts/acre during vegetative growth, with repeat applicationsat 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 5 to 20 gallons/acre.

Beans

Beans: 1-2 quarts/acre when crop is 4 to 6" tall. For moderate to severe deficiency repeat applications at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Blackcurrants

Blackcurrant: 1-2 quarts/acre. 2 applications a) Full flower, b) First fruit set. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre.

Blueberries

Blueberries: 1-2 quarts/acre applied 10 days after petal fall has finished. Bushes being grown for a second cropping year should receive the fruiting year programme again. Water rate: 100 gallons/acre.

Broccoli

Broccoli: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 to 6 leaf stage, with repeat applications at the above rate at 10 to 14 day intervals for moderate to severe deficiency. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Brussels sprouts

Brussels Sprouts: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 to 6 leaf stage, with repeat applications at the above rate at 10 to 14 day intervals for moderate to severe deficiency. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Cabbage

Cabbage: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 to 6 leaf stage, with repeat applications at the above rate at 10 to 14 day intervals for moderate to severe deficiency. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Calabrese

Calabrese: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 to 6 leaf stage, with repeat applications at the above rate at 10 to 14 day intervals for moderate to severe deficiency. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Carrots

Carrots: 1-2 quarts/acre when crop is 5 inches tall. For moderate to severe deficiency repeat applications at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 5 to 20 gallons/acre.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 to 6 leaf stage, with repeat applications at the above rate at 10 to 14 day intervals for moderate to severe deficiency. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Celery

Celery: 1-2 quarts/acre at the 4 to 6 leaf stage. Repeat 10 to 14 days later if necessary. Water rate: 20 gallon/acre.

Cereals

Cereals: 1-2 quarts/acre from 2 leaf stage to first node detectable (Zadok's G.S. 12 to 31). For moderate to severe deficiency repeat applications at 10 to 14 day intervals. A further application at up to 4 pints/acre at flag leaf ligule just visible to anthesis complete (Zadok's G.S. 39 to 69) for milling quality wheats. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Cherries

Cherries: 1-2 quarts/acre at fruit set. If necessary a second application may be made 10 to 14 days later. Also, 1-2 quarts/acre after harvest but before leaf senescence. Water rate: 20 to 100 gallons/acre.

Cranberry

Cranberries: 1-2 quarts/acre applied at hook stage or early bloom. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre.

Cucumber

Cucumber (field grown): 1-2 quarts at 4 leaf stage. Repeat if necessary 10 to 14 days later. Water rate: 20 gallons per acre.

Cucurbits

Cucurbits (field grown): 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 leaf stage. Repeat if necessary 10 to 14 days later. Water rate: 20 gallons/acre.

Conifers

Conifers/Fir Trees: 1-2 applications of 1-2 quarts/acre when there is new season leaf production, and again in early autumn. Water rate: 50 to 100 gallons/acre.

Ginseng

Ginseng: 1-2 quarts/acre applied once the new season growth is well underway. Repeat applications at 10 to 14 day intervals may be necessary for moderate to severe deficiency. Water rate: 50 gallons/acre

Grapes (table)

Grapes (Table): 1-2 Quarts/Acre at 6-10 inch extension shoot growth, flower buds visible, flower buds separated and after fruit set during berry sizing. For grape stalk necrosis (BSN): 1 - 4 Quarts/Acre at pea sized berries, start of veraison and possibly 1 month before harvest. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons per Acre N.B. Late applications may leave a deposit on berries which may be of significance for table grapes.

Grapes (wine)

Grapes (Wine): 2 Quarts/Acre at 6-10 inch extension shoot growth, flower buds visible, flower buds separated and after berry set. For grape stalk necrosis (BSN): 1 - 4 Quarts/Acre at pea sized berries, start of veraison and 1 month before harvest. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons per Acre N.B. Late applications may leave a deposit on berries which may be of significance for wine grapes.

Wine Grape

Vines: 1-2 quarts/acre at flower bud visible, flower buds separated after fruit set during berry sizing. For grape stalk necrosis (BSN): 2-4 quarts/acre at pea sized berries, start of veraison and 1 month before harvest. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre. N.B. Late applications may leave a deposit on berries.

Amenity Grass

Turf: 1.5 fl.oz./1000 sq.ft. as soon as growth commences in spring. Repeat sprays at 10 to 14 day intervals as necessary. Water rate: 0.5 gallons/1000 sq.ft.

Groundnuts / peanuts

Groundnuts/peanuts: 1-2 quarts/acre from 4 leaves to the start of flowering. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Leek

Leek: 1-2 quarts/acre. 2 weeks after transplanting or, in the case of direct sown crops, when the crop is 6 inches tall. For moderate to severe deficiency, 1-2 repeat applications maybe necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Nectarines

Nectarines: 1-2 quarts/acre at fruit set. If necessary a second application may be made 10 to 14 days later. Also, 1-2 quarts/acre after harvest but before leaf senescence. Water rate: 20 to 100 gallons/acre

Nursery Stock / Ornamentals

Nursery/Ornamentals: Two and a half gallons in 100 gallons water (2.5% v/v) as soon as there is sufficient leaf area to intercept a spray. Repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals as necessary. Avoid applications during flowering. Spray a maximum of three applications per crop per annum. Note: Do not apply within one month of picking/marketing. Maximum water rate: 20 gallons/acre.

Nuts (Deciduous)

Nuts (deciduous): 1-2 quarts per acre at spring bud burst, first emergent leaves and again during nut development. Water rate: 50 to 100 gallons per acre. Alternatively: 1-2 quarts per acre at bud break and after harvest before leaf senescence. Water rate: 50 to 100 gallons per acre.

Canola

Canola: For a single application, 1-2 quarts/acre at onset of stem extension. For moderate deficiency, 2 quarts/acre at 4 to 6 leaf stage and 2 quarts/acre at onset of stem extension. An extra application can be made 10 to 14 days later for severe deficiency. Avoid flowering. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Olives

Olive: 1 to 2 quarts per acre. Apply at the start of the season. Repeat applications at 10 day intervals if necessary. Avoid flowering. Also, 1 to 2 quarts per acre applied post-harvest. Water rate: 50 to 100 gallons per acre.

Peach

Peaches: 1-2 quarts/acre at fruit set. If necessary a second application may be made 10 to 14 days later. Also, 1-2 quarts/acre after harvest but before leaf senescence. Water rate: 20 to 100 gallons/acre

Pears

Pears: 1-2 quarts/acre after petal fall. Repeat if necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. In cases of severe deficiency apply also before flowering (around pink bud stage). On russet sensitive varieties delay applications until 6 weeks after petal fall. Water rate: 20 to 100 gallons/acre.

Peas

Peas: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 to 6" stage. For moderate to severe deficiency repeat applications at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Pepper

Peppers (field grown): 1-2 quarts/acre applied from the 4 to 6 leaf stage onwards. Repeat applications may be necessary. Water rate: 50 gallons/acre.

Plums

Plums: 1-2 quarts/acre at fruit set. If necessary a second application may be made 10 to 14 days later. Also, 1-2 quarts/acre after harvest but before leaf senescence. Water rate: 20 to 100 gallons/acre.

Raspberries

Raspberries: 1-2 quarts/acre at start of flowering and at 10 to 14 day intervals as necessary, up to 14 days before harvest. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre.

Rice

Rice: 1-2 quarts/acre applied at start of tillering. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Soil application

Soil application: All Crops: 2 to 3 gallons per acre. Apply throughout the season. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals as required. Water rate: Use a sufficient water volume to ensure even application (20 gallons per acre).

Sorghum

Sorghum: 1-2 quarts/acre at the 4 to 8 leaf stage. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Soybean

Soybeans: 1-2 quarts/acre when crop is 2 to 6 inches tall, repeated at 10 to 14 day intervals if necessary. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Spinach

Spinach: 1-2 quarts/acre at the 4 to 6 leaf stage. Repeat if necessary 10 to 14 days later. Water rate: 20 gallons/acre.

Sugar Beet

Sugar Beet: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 to 6 leaf stage. For moderate to severe deficiency repeat applications at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 5 to 20 gallons/acre.

Sunflower

Sunflower: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4 to 8 pairs of leaves. For moderate to severe deficiency repeat application 10 to 14 days later. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Tobacco

Tobacco: 2 applications of 1-2 quarts/acre two to three weeks after transplanting (3 to 4 leaf stage) with 10 days between applications. Water rate: 3 to 50 gallons/acre.