pH Range: <1.0
MG Delivers Nutrients and Lowers Spray Tank pH
- Increase yield
- Improves quality of produce
- pH <1.0
MG Lowers pH of Spray Tank Mixtures
The actual pH obtained in a spray mixture will vary depending on the initial pH of the water used, its hardness (the amount and nature of dissolved salts contained in the water), and the other ingredients in the spray solution (wettable powders, emulsifiable concentrates, etc.)
As a general rule, 1 pint of MG per 100 gallons will buffer most spray mixtures into the pH range 4 – 6.
Use caution in adding acidic buffers to spray mixtures containing soluble nitrates or chlorides, particularly potassium nitrate or calcium chloride. These may result in phytotoxicity due to excessive free acidity. Such combinations can be safened using one of the products at the rate of 1 quart per 100 gallons.
Derived from: Phosphoric Acid, Magnesium Sulfate, and Zinc Sulfate