Micrel Total is a true solution containing eight chelated micronutrients used to correct deficiencies (chlorosis) in turf, trees, ornamentals and bedding plants. Micrel Total is completely miscible in water. The unique citrate / nitrogen chelate bond eliminates any flush growth or budding. All nutrients are available either by foliar or root feeding, and can be applied throughout the growing season with no concern of phytotoxicity. Micrel Total aids in resistance to disease, winter desiccation and tolerance to stress. Chlorotic plants will respond within 48 hours with a deeper healthier green. Bentgrass turf will respond within 24 hours and maintain a residual green for 2 to 3 weeks. Micrel Total can be sprayed along with herbicide applications to reduce yellowing. Micrel Total is compatible with other technical materials.
Tees & Greens / Fairways & Lawns: Micrel Total is best applied it early spring when turf is actively growing. Continue to apply 4 a more applications annually. Late fall application will improve winter hardiness and help prevent winter desiccation. Apply at Bent, Bermuda and Ryegrasses 2 to 3 ounces of Micrel Total per 1,000 sq. ft. of turf. For USGA spec tees and greens, apply 4 to 6 ounces per 1,000 square feet every 21 days during the growing season to improve stress tolerance and maintain color.
Trees & Ornamentals:
Proper maintenance of trees and orna- mentals in high stress urban areas requires regular application of micronutrients. Nutrient deficient foliage can be corrected by foliar spraying; however, soil application should also be part of a regular maintenance program. Acid-Loving Plants: Chlorosis is a common ailment of acid-loving plants, especially when soil pH is above 7 or below 5. Micrel Total can be used for foliar spray or root application and will supply all essential minor elements in their soluble forms for immediate uptake. Mix 1 - 2 ounces in one gallon for foliar spray or for soil drench. Use one gallon of Micrel Total in 200 gallons of water for foliar feeding of Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Camellias, Evergreens, Pin Oaks and White Pines. Thoroughly drench the leaves.