• oxide
  • elemental
Nitrogen Total (N) 6%
Urea nitrogen (Ur-N) 6.0%
Phosphorus Pentoxide (P205) 0%
Potassium Oxide (K20) 12%
Water soluble (K20) 12.0%
Magnesium Oxide (MgO) 5.0%
Water soluble 5.0%
Calcium oxide (CaO) 4.0%
Water soluble 4.0%
Nitrogen Total (N) 6%
Urea nitrogen (Ur-N) 6.0%
Phosphorus (P) 0%
Potassium (K) 10.0%
Water soluble 10.0%
Magnesium (Mg) 3.0%
Water soluble 3.0%
Calcium (Ca) 2.9%
Water soluble 2.9%

Characteristics

Granule size

1-2.5mm

Longevity

6 weeks

Product Dispersal

7 - 10 days

Recommended Rate

35.00 - 50.00 g/m²

Turf Response

7 days

Sportsmaster Base Pre-Stress Double K

Pre-Stress Double K

6-0-12+4CaO+5MgO

  • Advantages
  • Description
  • Directions for Use
  • Spreader Settings
Advantages
  • For pre-stress conditioning turf especially coming into autumn/winter
  • High Potassium content for ensuring optimum carbohydrate storage
  • High Calcium content for stronger plant cells and harder wearing turf.
  • High Magnesium content for enhanced photosynthesis and improved colour response.
Description

The multi-nutrient compound fertilizer component contains four macro-nutrients (K, MgO, CaO & S) all in one granule.

Directions for Use
  • Apply to dry foliage and irrigate after 1-2 days if no rain has fallen.
  • Irrigation will aid dispersion and minimize any risk of mower pick-up on close mown surfaces.
  • Avoid applications during frosty or drought conditions.
  • Delay verti-cutting and/or grooming for 3 days after application to allow the granules to disperse.
Spreader Settings
Spreader type

Application method

Cone setting

Spreader width (m)

Application rate g/m2

35

Application rate g/m2

40

Application rate g/m2

45

Application rate g/m2

50

Rotary spreader

1x pass

 6

3

M

M 1/2

N

N 1/2

SR-2000 or Accupro 2000

 2x pass

6

3

J 1/2

K

K 1/2

L

Sportsmaster Base contains a combination of readily available urea nitrogen and a unique multi-nutrient compound fertilizer. The conventional nitrogen portion of this fertilizer allows an immediate response of the turf, even in cooler conditions.

Suggested period of use

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