Fish Ease 5-1-1 Application Rates

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Fish Ease 5-1-1 Hydrolysed Fish, Application Rates

Field Crop Application Rates


  • fish_ease_nb200.jpg Beans:  1-3 gallons per acre mixed with sufficient water for uniform soil coverage at planting. Repeat application 1-2 weeks prior to first bloom.
  • Bedding Plants: Mix a 1% solution and apply to the soil or leaves. Apply every two weeks for best results.
  • Berries Root Applications: Apply 2-3 gallons per acre once a month during the growing season.
  • Berries Foliar Applications: Mix a 1-2% solution and apply as a mistto the leaves after they open and again after first bloom.
  • Cotton:  Apply 2-3 gallons per acre as a starter at planting. Apply 1 gallon per acre at 4-6 inch height. Apply another 1 gallon per acre pre-bloom.
  • Corn:  Apply 2-3 gallons per acre at planting as a starter fertilizer. Follow with 1 gallon per acre when the corn is 18-24 inches tall.
  • Garlic: Apply 2-3 gallons per acre banded near the row when planting.
  • Potatoes: Apply 3-5 gallons per acre at planting with the seed. Apply 1 gallon per acre at 4 weeks after emergence and again at 8 weeks.
  • Tobacco: Apply a 1-3% solution to the starts when they reach 3-5 inches in height. Repeat in 10 days if needed.
  • Tomatoes: Apply as s 2% dip solution at planting. Apply a 1-2% solution to the leaves twice a month until mid fruit fill period.
  • Wetland Rice Root Applications: Apply 2-3 gallons per acre during transplanting. Apply an additional 2-3 gallons per acre between tilling and panicle if the field is drained.
  • Wetland Rice Soil Applications: Apply 3-5 gallons per acre to the soil prior to planting.
  • Other Field Crop Soil Applications: Apply 2 to 3 gallons at planting as a starter in conjunction with a sound fertility program.
  • Other Field Crop Foliar Applications: Apply at a 1 to 2% spray solution when
  • plants are at the 4 to 8 inch stage and again at 30 to 40 days after planting.

Orchard Application Rate

    Apples: Apply 3 gallons per acre when the leaves open. Apply an additional 3 gallons per acre after thinning and again 4 weeks later.

  • Young trees Soil Applications: Apply 1 to 3 gallons per acre every 2 to 4 weeks during the growth cycle.
  • Young trees Foliar Applications: Apply 1 to 2 gallons every 4 to 6 weeks for best results during the growth cycle. Apply with sufficient water to ensure complete coverage.
  • Mature Trees Soil Applications: Apply 3 to 5 gallons per acre every 2 to 4 weeks during the growth cycle.
  • Mature Trees Foliar Applications: Apply 3 to 5 gallons per acre during normal spray cycles (prebloom, summer, fall). Apply with sufficient water to ensure complete coverage.

    Citrus: Apply 2-3 gallons per acre pre-bloom. Apply an additional 2 gallons per acre post bloom and another application with regular summer sprays.

  • Young Trees Soil Applications: Apply 1 to 3 gallons per acre every 2 to 4 weeks during the growth cycle.
  • Young Trees Foliar Applications: Apply 1 to 2 gallons every 4 to 6 weeks for best results during the growth cycle. Apply with sufficient water to ensure complete coverage.
  • Mature Trees Soil Applications: Apply 3 to 5 gallons per acre every 2 to 4 weeks during the growth cycle.
  • Mature Trees Foliar Applications: Apply 3 to 5 gallons per acre during normal spray cycles (prebloom, summer, fall). Apply with sufficient water to ensure complete coverage.

             Peaches etc:

  • Young trees Soil Applications: Apply 1 to 3 gallons per acre every 2 to 4 weeks during the growth cycle.
  • Young trees Foliar Applications: Apply 1 to 2 gallons every 4 to 6 weeks for best results during the growth cycle. Apply with sufficient water to ensure complete coverage.
  • Mature trees Soil Applications: Apply 3 to 5 gallons per acre every 2 to 4 weeks during the growth cycle.
  • Mature trees Foliar Applications: Apply 3 to 5 gallons per acre during normal spray cycles (prebloom, summer, fall). Apply with sufficient water to ensure complete coverage.

NOTE: Applications with orchard sprayers are to be mixed with adequate water to provide uniform coverage.