Break free from unavailable Phosphorus
MOD is NutriAg’s proprietary chelation technology used in a wide variety of products.
The majority of high phosphate fertilizers cannot include additional micronutrients because this results in insoluble precipitates and ultimately, a useless foliar fertilizer.
This isn’t the case with MOD technology.
High-phosphorus foliar fertilizers with other nutrients
Products containing MOD technology are True Solutions
Benefits of MOD:
Foliar orthophosphate is a powerful method to deliver P at critical times in development
P is readily transported throughout the plant from source leaves to sink tissues.
High crop safety and tank-mix compatibility.
Ortho VS Polyphosphate
Foliar P fertilizers must be 100% orthophosphate.
Large, plant unavailable molecule
Zone of Depletion
Small, plant available molecule
The zone of depletion.
20-80% of soil phosphorus (P) is in the organic (immobile) form.
Plants create an area around the roots that is depleted of available P because the roots absorb the P faster than it can move into the root zone.
Crops can deplete the P supply in their rooting zone and become deficient.
Results from the field
TruPhos products including TruPhos Magnesium, TruPhos Calcium and TruPhos Platinum have shown improved fruit colour outcomes for difficult-to-colour varieties like Honeycrisp and Pink Lady.
2 applications of TruPhos Platinum at 1 L/ac during early fruit set and bulking.
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