• oxide
  • elemental
Nitrogen Total (N) 24%
Nitrate nitrogen (N-NO3) 1.9%
Ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH4) 3.0%
Urea nitrogen (Ur-N) 18.1%
Phosphorus Pentoxide (P205) 5%
Water soluble (P205) 3.7%
Potassium Oxide (K20) 13%
Water soluble (K20) 13.0%
Nitrogen Total (N) 24%
Nitrate nitrogen (N03-N) 1.9%
Ammoniacal nitrogen (NH4-N) 3.0%
Urea nitrogen (Ur-N) 18.1%
Phosphorus (P) 2.2%
Water soluble 1.6%
Potassium (K) 10.8%
Water soluble 10.8%

Characteristics

Longevity

3 Months

Granule size

1.0-2.5mm

Avg Recommended Rate

30 g/m²

Product Dispersal

7 days (visually dispersed from surface)

Recommended Rate

25.00 - 35.00 g/m²

Turf Response

7 days

Sierrablen Plus Spring starter

Spring starter

24-5-13

  • Advantages
  • Description
  • Directions for Use
  • Spreader Settings
Advantages
  • Ideal first CRF application of the season
  • Delivers quick reaction in low temperatures
  • Promotes a healthy, balanced growth at start of the season
  • High Nitrogen levels for quick initial effect
Description

SierrablenPlus Spring Starter 24-5-13 is ideal for quick response in cooler conditions. It pushes the turf to begin the season with a healthy, balanced growth. Its high Nitrogen content also delivers a fast initial effect. 

Directions for Use

Apply to dry foliage. Watering-in after application helps with product dispersion and gives a faster initial effect. Avoid doing applications during frosty or drought conditions.

Applications should be made after aeration programs like: hollow tining, sliting a/o scarification in order to prevent granule damage.

Spreader Settings
Spreader type

Application method

Cone setting

Spreader width (m)

Application rate g/m2

20

Application rate g/m2

25

Application rate g/m2

35

Rotary spreader

1x pass

 4

4,8

O

P

R

SR-2000 or Accupro 2000

 2x pass

 4

 4,8

L

M

M 1/2

SierrablenPlus Spring Starter 24-5-13 is perfect to use as the first controlled release fertilizer of the season. It is equipped with Everris’ patented Poly-S and PACE coating technologies.

Suggested period of use

  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec