VitalVit Mo is a fertilizer based on hydrolyzed proteins and Sodium molybdate to prevent or correct nutrient deficiencies that may limit crop growth, yield and/or quality. Suitable for use on all organic and conventionally produced plants including row crops, broad acre crops, vegetables, tree fruit, vines and tree nuts.
VitalVit Mo can be applied by ground or aerial application as a spray or through a drench, drip, micro emitter or other irrigation application. It is nontoxic to most plants when applied as directed. For best results apply VitalVit Mo as part of a nutrient management program based on plant tissue or soil analysis for a given crop. Nutrient deficiencies need to be documented by testing.
Mix well in the desired amount of water for a single application. VitalVit Mo is compatible with most other fertilizers and plant nutrients. It is recommended that a physical and plant compatibility test be conducted before use. A physical mixing test using small quantities in proportion to field application rates is recommended.
CAUTION: The application of fertilizing materials containing molybdenum (Mo) may result in forage crops containing levels of molybdenum (Mo) which are toxic to ruminant animals. Check for crop compatibility in a small area before wide scale use. To lower the risk of phytotoxicity, applications should be made early morning or late evening.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Apply in sufficient water to uniformly cover the desired area. Use of a wetting agent is not normally needed. The application rate and timing will depend on the crop, stage of growth, environmental conditions and severity of deficiency. Higher use rates are needed for larger plants and more severe deficiencies. Multiple applications can be made as needed based on tissue and soil analysis for a given crop.
FOLIAR APPLICATIONS: Apply 1/2 to 1 pound per acre. Apply to plant foliage to the point of runoff throughout the growing season as needed. On vegetables, field and row crops, apply when plants are 8-12 inches in height, continue applications every 14 to 28 days as needed.