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Yates Copper Chelate is an easy-to-use liquid trace element. It corrects copper deficiency. Copper deficiency is indicated by yellowing of younger leaves and die-back of tips in young shoots. This deficiency is more common in sandy or acidic soils than in clay soils. Recommended as a foliar application, this delivers copper directly to the deficient leaves for faster results. Foliar applications also result in much lower copper additions into the soil when compared to traditional soil drench applications, resulting in less wastage and lower risk of soil toxicity.
For optimum results reassess plant symptoms every few weeks to decide if further applications are necessary. Begin treatment as soon as symptoms become visible or early in the growing season if a deficiency is known to exist. It is best to apply many smaller amounts rather than a single large amount.
NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED
Copper (Cu) as copper lignosulfonate chelate 1.25% w/v
|Alleviate copper deficiency symptoms||
Foilar spray: Recommended
Spray to lightly wet the leaves, before runoff. NOT for stone fruit.
|Mix 10 - 15 mL in 1 L water. Apply with garden sprayer.||Every 2 -4 weeks||Apply when symptoms appear. Reapply as necessary.||1 L / 15 m² depending on size of plant canopy|
|Alleviate copper deficiency symptoms||Soil drench: Only recommended for stone fruit||Mix 15 - 30 mL in 5 L water. Apply with watering can.||Every 2 - 4 weeks||Apply when symptoms appear. Reapply as necessary.||5 L / 5m²: Apply to moist soil around plant|
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