• óxido
Nitrógeno Total (N) 19%
Nitrógeno nítrico (N-NO3) 5,7%
Nitrógeno amoniacal (N-NH4) 6,6%
Nitrógeno ureico (N-Ur) 6,7%
Pentóxido de fósforo (P205) 5%
Óxido de potasio (K20) 8%
Hierro (Fe) 1,00%
Soluble en agua 0,00%
Quelatado por EDTA 0,00%
Quelatado por DTPA 0,00%
Quelatado por EDDHA 0,00%
Manganeso (Mn) 0,39%
Soluble en agua 0,26%
Quelatado por EDTA 0,00%
Boro (B) 0,00%
Soluble en agua 0,00%
Cobre (Cu) 0,060%
Soluble en agua 0,001%
Quelatado por EDTA 0,000%
Molibdeno (Mo) 0,000%
Soluble en agua 0,000%
Zinc (Zn) 0,130%
Soluble en agua 0,001%
Quelatado por EDTA 0,000%

Características

Longevidad

8-9 meses

Product Code

A901316

Osmocote Blend 19-5-8 8-9M

19-5-8 8-9M

19-5-8

  • Advantages
  • Suggested Application Rates
  • Directions for use
Advantages
  • Featuring 100% coated, homogeneous N-P-K prills blended with a proven micronutrient package (equivalent to Micromax®) provides plants elements essential for high quality growth in a form they can easily utilize
  • For use on nursery stock, foliage and landscapes
  • For general purpose outdoor nursery production
  • This product contains coated urea and micronutrients in sulfate/oxide form.
Suggested Application Rates

The following application rates are intended for general container greenhouse production and nursery stock growing conditions.  Product and rate selection should always be based on individual grower practices and environmental conditions.  Some factors that influence selection include:

  • Climate
  • Specific Crop
  • Type of Growing Media
  • Other Nutrient Sources
  • Irrigation Type
  • Rainfall Amount

 

Incorporation Rates for Container Nursery Stock

  Low Medium High
Lb. per cubic yard 7.0 10.5 14.0
Kg. per cubic meter 4.2 6.2 8.3
Grams per liter 4.2 6.2 8.3


Landscape Rates*

  Low Medium High
Lb. per 1000 sq. ft. 10.5 18.5 26.5
Kg. per 100 sq. m. 5.1 9.0 12.9
Lb. of N per 1000 sq. ft. 2.0 3.5 5.0

*Use low rate on heavy or clay soils, high rate on light or sandy soils depending on soil test.

For surface application rates on various container sizes, please refer to the Product Information Sheet.

For greenhouse applications, ICL recommends using low to medium rates. Contact your local ICL-SF Territory Manager for more information and/or detailed advice.

As circumstances can differ and as the application of our products is beyond our control, ICL Specialty Fertilizers cannot be made responsible for any negative results.

Directions for use
  • Verify your product analysis, longevity and rate for your plants in your production system. For further guidance contact your local ICL-SF Territory Manager or call ICL-SF Customer Service @ 800-492-8255.
  • Rate tables are printed on bag labels and can be found on product information sheets as well as on www.icl-sf.com.
  • For incorporation, blend into growing media to ensure uniform distribution of fertilizer prills. Do not over-mix to avoid damaging fertilizer coating.  Growing media should be used within two to four weeks after incorporating fertilizer.
  • For top-dress applications, refer to suggested rate tables on bag labels and product sheets. Uniformly spread fertilizer on container surface; avoid piling fertilizer dose directly against plant stem.
  • Irrigate after application. Irrigation frequency and volume should be adjusted during the crop production cycle according to crop type, environmental conditions and desired soluble salt levels.
  • A product trial is recommended before adopting a new fertilizer program or making full-scale changes to standard cultural practices. Test several rates on representative plant types.
  • Use caution when applying to plants being over-wintered under cover. If you cannot monitor soluble salts and/or adjust irrigation practices, avoid Fall and Winter application.
  • Product storage: Store in a clean, cool, dry place.  Re-seal opened bags by folding top down and securing.
For use on nursery stock, foliage and landscapes.