Asset RTU 6-20-5 is a ready-to-use fertilizer solution that helps in improving tolerance to late season growing stresses. This 6-20-5 fertilizer contains added EDTA micronutrients and carboxylic acids that promote early season plant root development. Asset RTU 6-20-5 contains a proprietary fertilizer additive that is a plant nutrient solution. When used with sound fertility practices, Asset RTU improves quality and production for a wide range of ornamental, agricultural, and turf practices.
Applications of Asset RTU 6-20-5 with pesticides are possible provided that good agitation of the spray mix is maintained. Always check compatibility prior to mixing and apply the spray mix as soon as possible. Follow the mixing sequence below:
Asset RTU 6-20-5
Asset RTU 6-20-5 is compatible with most liquid fertilizer/pesticide spray mixes at manufacturers specified label rates. However, it is recommended that a "jar test" be performed prior to actual application. In the event of fertilizer/pesticide compatibility problems, the addition of a stabilizing/compatibility agent is recommended.
Asset RTU 6-20-5
Approved compatibility agent (if needed according to jar test)
For in-furrow, banded, side dressed and broadcast applications through conventional equipment, uses Asset RTU 6-20-5 at the rate of 16 - 96 oz. (1-6 pints) per acre. Best results are obtained when Asset RTU is incorporated, injected, or applied alone in a zone or band in the soil or with fertilizer at a minimum depth of two (2) to four (4) inches. The recommendations for use of this product are based upon the best current information available.
USE WITH DRY GRANULAR FERTILIZER:
Asset RTU 6-20-5 may be impregnated on most dry nitrogen fertilizers and/or blends that are composed of at least 50% of a combination of urea, nitrate, or ammonium phosphate. Uniform application of the material is necessary to ensure optimum results.
Would Asset RTU 6-20-5 be a good starter fertilizer for newly overseeded yards?
Asset RTU 6-20-5 is a great fertilizer for boosting the root growth of the new seed and giving a well balanced mix of micro nutrients to the soil as well. In the spring/summer once the new seeds are established you can move to a fertilizer containing a higher amount of Nitrogen to boost upward growth as the soil warms up.