Liquid Copper Sulphate
Directions for Use
Copper can be applied as a soil surface spray where if sufficiently cultivated in would expect to last 5 years. Whilst only needed in small amounts, as an addition to a multi Trace element blend is can be very effective in meeting a crops demands. Soil applied copper can become unavailable in low pH soils, with metals such as Iron, Manganese and Aluminium effecting availability.
|Soil Injection||Rate (l/ha)||Water Rate (l/ha)||Comments|
|Soil Surface Spray||6-8 litres/ha||-||Adequate soil incorporation|
|Furrow Injection||1-3 litres/ha||40-100 litres/ha||Under the seed|
Foliar sprays are the most effective way of correcting copper deficiencies. These can be applied in a multi nutrient blends at early to mid tillering on broad acre crops or if required right up to head emergence and flowering in cereals.
|Foliar Spray||Rate (l/ha)||Water rate (l/ha)||Comments|
|Cereals||1-1.5 litres/ha||70-100 litres/ha||Early tillering through to flowering|
|Canola||1-1.5 litres/ha||70-100 litres/ha||Adequate leaf area|
|Beans + Legumes||1-1.5 litres/ha||70-100 litres/ha||Adequate leaf area|
|Medic Pastures||1-1.5 litres/ha||70-100 litres/ha||Adequate leaf area|