ICL Sportsmaster WSF 4-0-15 SeaMax
Supplied in a 1kg bag SportsMaster WSF SeaMax is formulated to compliment the little and often, controlled approach to turf management, contains a high density of premium Atlantic Ascophyllum Nodosum seaweed extract, sustainably harvested from renewable resources and a compliment of trace elements, including nitrogen enhancing Molybdenum.
With an active Seaweed content of 75%, this soluble fertiliser with SeaMax technology is designed to enhance the foliar and root nutrient uptake is. Whilst also improving the plants general health it promotes good colour and a thriving soil environment.
Designed as an addition to wetting agents, liquid, soluble and granular fertilisers the nutrition in the tank as it is 100% soluble.
Ideal for Greens, Tees, Fairways and Sports Pitches at low input rates, with an advised application rate of 1kg per Hectare, this fertiliser provides effective and efficient results.
Benefits of using Sportsmaster SeaMax:
- Designed, developed and tested to enhance turf quality, colour and root growth.
- A perfect complement for low nutrient input programmes.
- Feeds soil microbes, providing healthy soil environment for root development.
- 100% water soluble and ideal tank mix partner for wetting agents and plant nutrition.
- Independent tests show low input rates provide most effective results.
4% TOTAL NITROGEN (N)
4.0% Ammoniacal nitrogen
0% PHOSPHORUS PENTOXIDE (P2O5)
15% POTASSIUM OXIDE (k2O)
15% Potassium (K) Water Soluble
0.02% Boron (B) Water soluble
0.016% Copper (Cu) Water soluble
0.13% Iron total (Fe) chelated by (DTPA)
0.06% Manganese (Mn) Water soluble
0.010% Molybdenum (Mo) Water soluble
0.016% Zinc (Zn) Water soluble (EDTA)
|Bag Sizes (kg)||Application rate (Kg/Ha)||Bag Coverage (m²)||Nutrient Levels Applied kg/ha|
|To be applied within 300-800 (L/ha) of water according to the requirement as a foliar feed or root drench|
Periods of Use:
For further information regarding ICL Sportsmaster WSF 04-0-15 SeaMax, please contact our technical sales team on 01902 440250